Incorta Direct Data Platform

The unified data analytics platform that provides everyone with the means to acquire, enrich, analyze, and act on business data with unmatched speed, simplicity, and insight.

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The fastest way to transform, connect, and prepare data from multiple data sources for complex analytics.

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How to know your customer using data

With more customer data available than ever before, teams can finally identify critical trends quickly and make smart pivots for faster growth. Learn how to apply these strategies during COVID in this blog.

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Death of A Star Schema (Redux): Moving Beyond Inmon and Kimball

A New Non-dimensional Approach to Data Modeling and 3 Ways It Can Transform Your Organization

Picking the right data model is one of the most important decisions that senior IT leaders can make. Historically, there were two models to choose from: Ralph Kimball’s “bottom-up” approach to mapping atomic data or Bill Inmon’s “top-down” model. In recent years, however, the technology that supports BI and data warehousing has evolved rapidly. Now, there is a third option for data warehousing and BI in a post-star-schema, post-ETL world: Non-dimensional data modeling.

Download this eBook to learn how non-dimensional data modeling:

  • Opens the door to disruptive innovation
  • Lays a foundation for data curiosity
  • Changes the role of IT leaders and their teams

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