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I've heard some discussion about capitalizing our data warehouse rather than expensing it. This means the data warehouse would appear on our company's books as an asset and we would amortize it. Is this legitimate? Do you have any recommendations on how we should go about it?
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Would you interview top executives (CEO, COO, CFO), vice presidents and directors of functional areas separately or as a group for the collection of business requirements via interviews?
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We are involved with a DW strategy and planning a CRM strategy. The company needs information now, and we can't wait for the CRM implementation. What can we do to integrate the two strategies? Finally, we have to consider the actual information requirements that we must satisfy with the actual operational systems and the CRM strategy to be implemented in 2004.
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We would like to create a corporate information management policy that will underpin future BI and data quality efforts and act as a executive-level "statement of intent" for how we deal with information and information reporting. Can you provide any guidance or examples of organizations which have done this?
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My duties as a business intelligence analyst are to implement a standard reporting process in the company, develop standards for best practices for reporting (using Oracle tools) and market and educate the company on available reporting tools in the company. Due to circumstances, the term "BI" has been tarnished in the company, it also means very little to the business. I am looking for a more suitable job title.
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I am trying to prove a business case to demonstrate the quantifiable business benefits of implementing data standards to support our heterogeneous ERP environment.Any helpful thoughts and advice would be appreciated.
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The ROI for data warehousing is an interesting approach. Anyway it is only focusing on monetary aspects. Do you know about methods used for profitability analysis (including all the benefits and costs) in warehousing?
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Can you tell me where to find a good, comprehensive "template" for a data requirements document?
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Management wants me to predict an ROI from a data warehouse. What kind of ROI should I be committing to?
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