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From data warehouses to transformation hubs - A conceptual architecture

@inproceedings{Kemper2009FromDW,
  title={From data warehouses to transformation hubs - A conceptual architecture},
  author={H.-G. Kemper and Henning Baars},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2009}
}
Originally, Data Warehouses (DWH) were conceived to be components for the data support of controlling and management. From early on, this brought along the need to cope with extensive data preparation, integration, and distribution requirements. In the growing infrastructures for managerial support (“Business Intelligence”), the DWH turned into a central data hub for decision support. As the business environment and the underlying technical infrastructures are fostering an ever increasing… 

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