Forbes | Rethinking Next-Generation Data Marts

When it comes to analyzing data, pulling the information from a data mart as opposed to a data warehouse or external data sources can save companies time and produce more targeted results.

The idea of data marts isn’t a new concept — they’ve been around for at least a decade — and traditionally these data marts have been built inside a company, acting as a bridge between data warehouses and analysts. But as organizations collect more and more data, being able to access smaller data sets to pull out insights becomes more important, and it’s time to start looking at how data marts can be better utilized, and, importantly, what the next generation of data marts can bring.

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