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THE DATA DOWNLOAD

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Datasource Consulting to Provide Insight on Why Business Intelligence Projects Fail

Jul 18, 2016 9:22:00 AM   Jeff Hensiek

Topics: Press Releases

To support the Enterprise Information Management and Data Warehousing industry while delivering Lean, innovative, end-to-end solutions that leverage and express the full value of data.

July 10, 2014; Denver, CO - Datasource Consulting, a leading Enterprise Information Management and Data Warehouse consultancy, serving large enterprise customers throughout North America, was recently featured in The Data Warehouse Institute’s (TDWI.ORG) Flashpoint newsletter sent exclusively to TDWI Premium Members. TDWI’s Flashpoint provides tips, techniques and critical research to paid subscribers in the Business Intelligence and Data Warehouse industry.

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Don’t Treat Data Like An Asset

Jul 7, 2016 7:00:00 AM   Datasource

Topics: Program Management, Data Governance, Blog

It has been ringing in our ears for years – incessant voices of the data pundits, professionals and practitioners encouraging us to treat data as an asset. With the recent big hype around big data, the voices only grow louder and well, bigger. As someone with a peculiar enthusiasm for business data who has spent nearly 30 years helping organizations optimize the value of their information, I have been one of those voices. We think this asset-oriented thinking will encourage organizations to treat data better, wring more value from it and place a financial value on it. We have been mistaken and it’s time to change our tune. We do data a disservice when we encourage others to treat it like an asset – it is so very much more than that.

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Data Delivery Dysfunction - The Diagnosis

Jul 1, 2016 2:48:00 PM   Datasource

Topics: Data Governance, Blog

The following came out of some corner of my oddball brain where characters like Hector Bison, a corporate Business Intelligence Director and Doctor Data carry on somewhat amusing conversations about Data Delivery Dysfunction. The following takes place in an exclusive, remote Data Crisis Clinic (DCC) clinic where business and IT leaders are treated with the utmost discretion and tell the truth about their actual experience and results working with their organizations to deliver the right data, to the right people, at the right time to enable the right decisions. Any similarity to real persons or organizations living, dead, or in some zombie-like state is purely coincidental.

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