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DOI: 10.4018/978-1-931777-02-5.ch012
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Jung, Reinhard and Robert Winter. "Justification of Data Warehousing Projects." Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. IGI Global, 2002. 219-228. Web. 23 Oct. 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-931777-02-5.ch012

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Jung, R., & Winter, R. (2002). Justification of Data Warehousing Projects. In S. Becker (Ed.), Data Warehousing and Web Engineering (pp. 219-228). Hershey, PA: IRM Press. doi:10.4018/978-1-931777-02-5.ch012

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Jung, Reinhard and Robert Winter. "Justification of Data Warehousing Projects." In Data Warehousing and Web Engineering, ed. Shirley Becker, 219-228 (2002), accessed October 23, 2014. doi:10.4018/978-1-931777-02-5.ch012

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Abstract

Project justification is regarded as one of the major methodological deficits in Data Warehousing practice. As reasons for applying inappropriate methods, performing incomplete evaluations, or even entirely omitting justifications, the special nature of Data Warehousing benefits and the large portion of infrastructure-related activities are stated. In this chapter, the economic justification of Data Warehousing projects is analyzed, and first results from a large academia-industry collaboration project in the field of non-technical issues of Data Warehousing are presented. As conceptual foundations, the role of the Data Warehouse system in corporate application architectures is analyzed, and the specific properties of Data Warehousing projects are discussed. Based on an applicability analysis of traditional approaches to economic IT project justification, basic steps and responsibilities for the justification of Data Warehousing projects are derived.
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Foreword
Shirley Becker
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Stephan Kudyba, Richard Hoptroff
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