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NOV 5, 2012 9:38am ET

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In the face of rising data volume and complexity and increased need for self-service, enterprises need an effective business intelligence (BI) reference architecture to utilize BI as a key corporate asset for competitive differentiation.

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Comments (1)
Not entirely sure I agree with the openning of this article: surely a DBA, developers and project managers are not the stakeholders - the end users and the business are the stakeholders of the solution - they drive the requirements and acceptance criteria (or at least should).
Posted by richard a | Thursday, November 08 2012 at 9:09AM ET
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