Data warehousing is the process of collating data from multiple sources in an organization and storing it in one place for analysis, reporting, and business decision making. The measure of an effective data warehouse is the degree to which key business stakeholders trust the data that is stored within. TechRepublic brought this interesting information to our attention in their article, “Best practices for data quality in data warehouses.”

With so much data available for businesses to compile and review, it can be difficult to keep valuable digital information organized for easy retrieval. To aid in this endeavor, organizations often turn to data warehouses.

A data warehouse functions as a large virtual storage space for digital information—in essence, a massive database. But beyond simple data storage, data warehouses are designed to be able to actively filter, analyze, and retrieve massive amounts of data, making data warehouses a necessity for organizations interested in performing almost any form of business analytics or search.

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