Corporate Information Model Catalog for Self Service Using (Online Analytical Processing) OLAP Methodology

  • Farhana Sethi Global Data & Analytics Business Intelligence - Quality & Governance Manager with Schlumberger Oilfield, Texas, Houston
Keywords: Application packages, Design Concept, Turnkey Solution, Intranet Portal

Abstract

Corporate Information Models(CIM) are Online Analytical Processing (OLAP) Cubes is a data structure that enables simple and rapid analysis of data by the multiple dimensions that define a business challenge. A multidimensional cube for reporting composed of multiple Dimension e.g. Customers, Product Lines and business units. By storing data using OLAP cubes, data is pre-calculated and ready-to-use in the form of pre-defined analytic reports, eliminating long-running data queries and enabling self-service for business intelligence users.

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Published
2020-10-10
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