Building Corporate Portals with XML by Peter AikenBuilding Corporate Portals with XML by Peter Aiken

Building Corporate Portals with XML

byPeter Aiken

Other Format | October 15, 1999

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Explains how to solve one of the most common and vexing business problems: I know the data is there but I can't get the information I need! Presents corporate portal technology from planning and modeling stages to implementation. Special emphasis on converting legacy system data to modern data warehouses. For business managers who will use corporate portals, as well as the information technology staff developing them.
Peter Aiken (Richmond, VA) has been employed in information technology/management related positions since 1980. His publications have appeared in the Communications of the ACM, the IBM Systems Journal, Hypermedia, Information Week and a number of others. His achievements have resulted in recognition in The Dictionary of International B...
Title:Building Corporate Portals with XMLFormat:Other FormatDimensions:512 pages, 9.2 × 7.1 × 1.47 inPublished:October 15, 1999Publisher:McGraw-Hill Osborne MediaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0079137059

ISBN - 13:9780079137050

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Table of Contents

Part I: Corporate Portal Concepts.

Data, Warehouse, and Engineering Concepts.

Strategic Business Planning.

Data Mapping: A Window Into the Enterprise.

Strategic Modeling: A Map for the Future.

Decision Early Warning: A Common Need.

Part II: Data Quality and Legacy Systems.

The Importance of Legacy System Metadata.

Defining Required Legacy System Metadata Requirements.

Deriving Legacy System Metadata.

Determining Relevant Data Quality Attributes.

Data Quality Engineering.

Part III: Engineering the Corporate Portal.

Moving the Past Into the Future.

Data Warehousing as a Reengineering Technology.

Implementing Organizational Data Quality Initiatives.

Continuous Data Quality Engineering.

Future Data Warehouse Directions.

From Our Editors

It’s common for many businesses to have trouble accessing the data they need. This complete manual takes away the frustration by explaining corporate portal technology from planning to implementation. Building Corporate Portals with XML focusses on converting legacy system data to modern data warehouses. This guide is ideal for both business managers and IT staff.