IBI-036-DW Development Methodology


Hello and welcome to our latest blog post.

I would like to say thank you very much for dropping by!

I really appreciate you!

This week I was talking to another linkedin member who is working to start up a BI Consulting Practice.

The conversation turned around to “Methodology” and what methodology did he propose to use for his clients.

He said he didn’t have one so far and did not know how he might get one.

So I gave him a copy of the one we re-wrote in 2012.

After I browsed over it again I realized this is something else that is very valuable that I could easily give away to anyone who wanted to use it to be more successful in their data warehousing projects.

We never used to sell the methodology, it was part of our competitive advantage.

I have done three prior blog posts on our methodology and I would really suggest you take a look at them:

  1. IBI BI/DW Methodology
  2. Four Key Questions About Your DW Methodology
  3. Setting the Vision for Outstanding Success

So, if you are implementing Data Warehouses or BI Solutions and you would like our Methodology “as-is”?

You are welcome to it by clicking this button. It is in our drop box.

Get DW Methodology

If you are a BI Consulting company and you would like to adopt our methodology and brand it as your own methodology with your company Logo and your company story?

Get in touch with me and make me an offer of how much you think that is worth! LOL!

Best Regards


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Peter Nolan is one of the worlds leading thought leaders in Business Intelligence. Across his 29+ years in BI Peter has consistently invented new and innovative ways of designing and building data warehouses. SeETL now stands alone as the worlds most cost effective data warehouse development tool.


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