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Why Business Executives Should Care about a High-Level Data Model

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The average businessperson typically is not involved in the physical design of database systems. However, the smart businessperson does need to be involved with high-level data models that define database systems. This article (part one of a five-part series) will take a look at the definition of a data model, the importance of a high-level data model for the business executive and how to begin the process of building a high-level data model.

What is a Data Model?

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