An IBM Industry Data Model is a set of business and technical data models that are pre-designed to meet the needs of a particular industry. It acts as a blueprint. IBM® Banking and Financial Markets Data Warehouse is an industry blueprint that provides business vocabularies, data warehouse design models, and. IBM Data Model for Energy and Utilities. IBM Retail Data Warehouse. IBM Telecommunications Data Warehouse. IBM Banking Data Warehouse. IBM Financial.
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Value of IBM Industry Data Models Learn about a model driven approach to solution vata capturing business requirements to mapping to implementation. IBM Data Model for Energy and Utilities Pre-defined energy-and-utilities-specific vocabularies, KPIs and data structures, which can help accelerate enterprise governance and analytics projects.
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Within the schematics of an IBM Industry Data Model are data warehouse design models, business terminology and business intelligence templates. Overview Details Pricing Resources. See how IBM accelerates design of data warehouse solutions, driven by financial-services business requirements. Other resources Learn more about how this product can help your business. Business-user-focused vocabularies for IBM Industry Models Learn the guidelines that organizations are using for IBM Industry Models, which help build vocabulary assets that are effective in accurately reflecting the meaning and full context of the key business terms required to support the specific needs of the various business-focused users.
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