Monthly Archives: May 2012

What does a bank need in order to run, and run well at that?

A recent running event inspired me to think about why people run and what makes people run. Extrapolating the question to corporations eventually brought me to the question of what banks need in order to run, and run well at … Continue reading

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Dynamic Aggregator

In Data Integration, we continuously work on dynamic and adaptive frameworks using Informatica and other technologies. We architect framework components keeping the following simple objectives (questions) in mind: How much impact it will have on development time How flexible will … Continue reading

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The perennial Data Warehousing / BI procurement question – Should I build or should I buy?

As a sales person who has interacted with customers in emerging markets for a decade, one of the most frequent technology procurement decision paradigms that I have seen customers face is – should I build or should I buy? The … Continue reading

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Data Mart or Data Warehouse? It’s all about better data management

While enough has been said and written about the benefits of an enterprise-wide BI implementation, banks today are still grappling with the complexities of executing this strategy.

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