Data Warehouse

Organizations are still fighting the data management battle. Their data may not be organized in a usable way, and large amounts of data may be stored in spreadsheets or disparate databases. The result is inconsistent reporting, lack of actionable information and limited analytics for business decision making.

Many companies are cautious about adopting Data Warehouse solutions, as the vast majority of them fail before they can exit the first iteration of construction.  Ciber understands the challenges of establishing a flexible data model which allows change, both business and technical, but allows enough structure to move forward with positive, deployable results.

Ciber’s Data Warehouse solutions have helped clients move forward with improved data management strategy and better business insight for decades.  Ciber focuses on structuring and organizing a client’s data to allow for business critical reporting and self-service business intelligence. Clients are able to achieve:

  • Self-service Business Intelligence – enables the business to produce their own reports and analysis, minus the long lead time traditionally experience with internal IT
  • Reporting and Analytics – enterprise reporting and predictive analytics for better business decisions
  • Data Marts – focused on business-subject specific datasets, allowing for the business to tailor data storage and results
  • Data Quality – reporting of cleansed and consistent data across the enterprise

Manage data for a digital business future

Ciber understand that data management best practices are evolving to support digital transformation. That’s why Ciber recommends an Information Management Assessment to support a business strategy approach for your digital future. An emerging approach such as a Logical Data Warehouse or Data Lake may be the best recommendation for your organization.

The Ciber difference – right sized and the right attitude

Ciber manages the whole information management transformation lifecycle from assessment, to build, to manage and plan. By working with information management professionals who average more than ten years of data management architecture expertise, you benefit from tailored approaches that reduce timelines and costs.