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The Project Control Data Warehouse

 

Introduction

In March 2009, ASA simultaneously released an Open Data Warehouse Model (ODWM) and an instance of that model for project control (PCDW). This was a first time a commercial data warehouse was released using an ‘Open’ model. The ODWM and PCDW were released to solve a specific data warehouse problem and to generate revenue.  

Making a data warehouse an ‘open’ product reduces a consumer’s initial construction cost and mitigates risk through rapid deployment. This approach allows data warehouse and other co-dependent technologies (Business Intelligence, Analytics, etc.) to be more attractive to a new and largely untouched midmarket.

This frontier opportunity has low barriers to entry which will make the proposition attractive to entrepreneurs interested in ‘owning’ an industry ‘slice’ (e.g. heath care - clinical records, small box retail – marketing, banking – loan evaluation, etc.).

Commercial ecologies designed to support and enhance each of these industry slices offer additional new market opportunities to developers. Availability of talent that can take advantage of this perishable opportunity is high due to current market conditions and will be very attractive to current technology providers who understand the economic benefit of becoming technology owners. Said another way; this approach could create a lot of new financial winners.

There are technical, social, and economic reasons that will move data warehousing and, perhaps all data models toward ‘open’ solutions. This move toward Open solutions will create new product and service markets and will have the effect of making data warehouse and business intelligence technology available to a broader audience.

Developers

   There are a number of development opportunities presented by the PCDW.  developers

The PCDW Model

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PCDW Install Instructions

PCDW MS-SQL v0.00  PCDW MS Access v0.00  PCDW MySQL v0.00

PCDW MS-SQL v0.01  PCDW MS Access v0.01  PCDW MySQL v0.01

PCDW MS-SQL v1.02