Data Warehousing
By Gemma Morris
30th June 2017

We are very proud to announce the third issue of Information Matters!

As recruiters in the information management and data analytics industry we consider it vital to be in the know about issues and events facing our industry and your business. Information Matters is our series of e-magazines, sharing knowledge from industry experts and getting a different perspective on a range of topics from around the data world. Previous issues have included SSBI and GDPR.

In our third edition, we take a look at the topic of data warehousing and if it will survive in the rapidly changing industry. We spoke to 2 leading experts:
  • Phil Bailey, Data Warehouse & BI Consultant
  • Mark Madsen, President at Third Nature

We hope you enjoy reading Information Matters! We’d love to hear your feedback and thoughts on this issue in the comments below.

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If you’d like to guest blog in our next issue or if there is a topic you would like to see us cover please get in touch today – enquiries@kdrrecruitment.com

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