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I get the following question very often. What are the best practices for creating an enterprise reporting policy as to when to use what reporting tool/application?

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Comments (7)
Nice article. Another important dimension should be related to "Tool Availability", which would include: - Already part of the existing/supported enterprise tools? - License and/or hardware costs?
Posted by Jeffrey G | Tuesday, July 03 2012 at 12:02PM ET
Another dimension to consider adding to the matrix: "Report Lifespan, as in how long do we need to keep this report?" Answers might include: 1) A few days 2) a few weeks or 3) a few months) 4) Destroy after Date == ddmmyyyy 5) Forever (depending on whether this report is actually needed as input for future analysis of decision-strategies or effectiveness of analytics on decision-making)
Posted by Michael E | Tuesday, July 03 2012 at 12:46PM ET
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