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Agile BI to the rescue: Can your organization keep up with ever-changing business and regulatory requirements?

A special guest, Boris Evelson of Forrester, will speak about what is the key to lead Efficient and Effective Business Process, Best Practices for BI and predictions about what Next-Gen of BI Technologies will be. Join the Webinar on Thursday, 16.

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News Highlights

Don't Miss TDWI's World Conference in San Diego

Last year's TDWI World Conference in San Diego helped hundreds of BI professionals begin to develop the agile environment. This year, we're focusing on the evolution of agile. We'll showcase the latest thinking on agile project management, methodologies, and modeling, along with a look at the lingering controversy: Does agile really work for BI and data warehousing?

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TDWI Seminar Series in Vancouver: July 18-21, 2011

Data that is organized and optimally stored in the warehouse needs thoughtful design to fulfill business needs. Business analysts taking courses at TDWI's Vancouver Seminar will be better prepared to work with their technical counterparts, and developers taking these courses will be able to ask the right questions to determine how to design and implement the best data structures.

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Events Calendar


Silotech Saves Customer over $200K for Data Integration Project Using Data Modeling

Acquisition drives integration of disparate data sources

Go, Set, Ready, Repeat: Lessons Learned for Successful Data Integration

Data profiling, MDM, and data modeling help analysts and developers focus

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