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Data Warehouse Design and Management: Theory and Practice


  • Crescenzio Gallo


  • Michele Perilli
  • Michelangelo De Bonis


The need to store data and information permanently, for their reuse in later stages, is a very relevant problem in the modern world and now affects a large number of people and economic agents. The storage and subsequent use of data can indeed be a valuable source for decision making or to increase commercial activity. The next step to data storage is the efficient and effective use of information, particularly through the Business Intelligence, at whose base is just the implementation of a Data Warehouse. In the present paper we will analyze Data Warehouses with their theoretical models, and illustrate a practical implementation in a specific case study on a pharmaceutical distribution company

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  • Crescenzio Gallo & Michele Perilli & Michelangelo De Bonis, 2010. "Data Warehouse Design and Management: Theory and Practice," Quaderni DSEMS 07-2010, Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche, Matematiche e Statistiche, Universita' di Foggia.
  • Handle: RePEc:ufg:qdsems:07-2010

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