Implementing Real-Time Business Intelligence Using Dynamic Warehouse

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Year:
2013
Type of Publication:
Article
Keywords:
Business Intelligence, Active Data Warehouse, ETL Process, Data Integration
Authors:
Darshan M. Tank
Journal:
IJAIM
Volume:
1
Number:
4
Pages:
78-81
Month:
February
ISSN:
2320-5121
Abstract:
In today’s competitive environment with high consumer expectation, it is decisions that are based on the most current data available that will improve customer relationships, increase revenue, and maximize operational efficiencies. The speed of today’s processing systems has moved classical data warehousing into the realm of real time. The result is real-time business intelligence. Business transactions are fed as they occur to a real-time business-intelligence system that maintains the current state of the enterprise. The RTBI system not only supports the classical strategic functions of data warehousing for deriving information and knowledge from past enterprise activity, but it also provides real-time tactical support to drive enterprise actions that react to immediate events. As such, it replaces both the classical data warehouse and the enterprise application integration (EAI) functions. Real-time business intelligence is also known as event-driven business intelligence. In order to react in real time, a business intelligence system must react to events as they occur– not minutes or hours later. This paper introduces an approach to implement real-time business intelligence using dynamic warehouse.

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