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TDWI Best Practices Report Q1 2008

TDWI Best Practices Report | Strategies for Managing Spreadmarts: Migrating to a Managed BI Environment: TDWI 2008 Q1 Best Practices Report

In organizations all over the world, business people bypass their IT groups to get data from spreadmarts. Spreadmarts are data shadow systems in which individuals collect and massage data on an ongoing basis to support their information requirements or those of their immediate workgroup. These shadow systems, which are usually built on spreadsheets, exist outside of approved, IT-managed corporate data repositories, such as data warehouses, data marts, or ERP systems, and contain data and logic that often conflict with corporate data. Once created, these systems spread throughout an organization like pernicious vines, strangling any chance for information consistency and reliability. You’ll find them in all industries, supporting all business functions. According to TDWI Research, more than 90% of all organizations have spreadmarts.

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TDWI Analytics Maturity Model Assessment Guide

TDWI Analytics Maturity Model Assessment Guide: Asset

This TDWI Assessment Guide is designed to help you understand the phases of maturity in analytics as well as help you interpret your benchmarking scores.