Editor's note: This column was contributed by Kim Stanick, a managing consultant with Baseline Consulting. She may be reached at email@example.com.
By the time a company decides to bring in data warehouse (DW) expertise, it may have lived with a problem for a long time and wants it solved as soon as possible. Three different clients recently shared this dilemma and approached us for advice. Notwithstanding the fact that their data warehouse technologies and designs were different, as were their data warehousing experience levels, they were all frustrated with their lack of progress.
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