The challenges of building and managing Data Warehousing projects using traditional methods include many factors.
For instance, you must be able to predict the business needs from your Data Warehouse solution at least six months in advance. With just that point alone, you have to accept that modifying a Data Warehouse project is a long, tiring, and expensive process. You must also base your business decisions on assumptions rather than facts. This creates an obsolete solution stakeholders despise.
The good news is that there’s a plausible solution with Data Warehouse Automation (DWA). The advantages of a business solution built on a DWA platform are plentiful. Following are just three examples of business benefits derived from using DWA:
- Results can be delivered to stakeholders on day one
- It is easy to maintain and modify as the business evolves
- It provides real-time figures that are accurate every time
Business Intelligence with Data Warehouse Automation equates to less risk, lower cost, and faster implementation.