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An IBM Systems Journal article published in 1988, , coined the term “business data warehouse,” although a future progenitor of the practice, Bill Inmon, used a similar term in the 1970s.
The abstract for the IBM article perfectly describes the problem and ultimate solution that spawned today’s modern data warehousing industry: “The transaction-processing environment in which companies maintain their operational databases was the original target for computerization and is now well understood.
End-user access to this warehouse is simplified by a consistent set of tools provided by an end-user interface and supported by a business data directory that describes the information available in user terms.”In addition to Big Blue’s innovations, the onset of the 1990s saw two industry pundits gear up for further advances in the nascent world of Data Warehousing.
Bill Inmon, the Father of Data Warehousing Considered by many to be the Father of Data Warehousing, Bill Inmon first began to discuss the principles around the Data Warehouse and even coined the term in the 1970s, as mentioned earlier.
Market research and television ratings magnate, ACNielsen provided clients with something called a “data mart” in the early 1970s to enhance their sales efforts.