Retailers and wholesalers are laying the groundwork for a new breed of large-scale data bases designed to feed a vast array of decision-support initiatives. Called data warehouses, these repositories contain historical information drawn from multiple, disparate sources and make it accessible to all levels of an organization to conduct analyses on an ad hoc basis. As category managers and company presidents grow more adept with decision-support systems, however, their hunger for better ...
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