Anderson Clayton Corporation (ACC) is a diversified agricultural company, offering cotton farmers all services related to the processing of cotton, including ginning, financial services, warehousing, brokerage, planting seed and wholesale seed supply. The company, owned by Queensland Cotton of Brisbane, Australia, knew it needed to resolve a common problem in the ginning industry: getting vital information into the hands of its customers in a timely manner.

The solution ACC has now, in the form of a SQL Server data warehouse and arcplan's business intelligence platform dynaSight, has come as the company phases out its legacy COBOL systems. The 98-year-old cotton services company now has the capability to quickly produce relational and OLAP reports with filtering and drill down. Internal and external reports that once took hours to complete are now done in minutes.

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