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  • Q&A: Big data challenges in the modern enterprise

    By: Sam Pudwell

    An interview with Michael Whitehead, CEO & founder of WhereScape, about big data, BI and the importance of analytics.

  • When Is the Risk of New Methods Worth the Reward?

    News Articles | By: Steve Swoyer, Upside

    Two years on, Vodafone's big risk is a rip-roaring success, Driessen points out. "I can now present the customers with data that's one hour old. We've accelerated the delivery [of applications]. The time it takes to add or change things [that are missing, not quite what the business wanted, etc.] to an application has gone from months to days."

  • Lessons From The 80s - Why The Humble VCR Is Still Relevant Today

    News Articles | 17 October 2016 | By: Rob Mellor, General Manager, Mainland Europe, WhereScape

    All too often business applications are designed with masses of functionality that are created to justify an expensive upgrade path but result in users only exploiting small percentages of the available functionality. Perhaps though, the tide is starting to turn.

  • C-Suite Talk Fav Tech: Michael Whitehead, WhereScape

    News Articles | 06 October 2016 | By: IDG Connect

    WhereScape CEO and Founder Michael Whitehead on his favourite gadgets and technology.

  • How Wherescape has helped Renold integrate SAP

    News Articles | 07 October 2016 | By: Cliff Saran, Computer Weekly

    Renold, a global manufacturer of industrial chains and power transmission products, has used Wherescape to integrate more than 13 enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems across its global business.

  • The big data revolution is the key to unlocking increased sales

    News Articles | By: Alison Coleman, Raconteur

    Big data on customer behaviour and buying patterns can deliver business insights and a competitive edge. Read about how Hall Hunter are using WhereScape Data Warehouse automation.

  • Is Data Management Broken? Can It Be Fixed?

    News Articles | By: Steve Swoyer | Upside

    Last month, industry luminary Claudia Imhoff kicked off the 15th annual Pacific Northwest BI Summit with a tendentious topic: what's going on -- or going wrong -- with data management? Imhoff described a context in which self-service tools abound, governance is downplayed, and metadata standards are anything but standardized.

  • Coping with the big data management challenge – it’s all in the mind

    News Articles

    If you think we’re in the age of big data, think again. As the phrase has it, “you ain’t seen nothing yet”, because, as we usher in the dawn of the Internet of Things, data volumes are set to truly explode.

  • The Worries That Keep Successful Entrepreneurs Awake At Night

    News Articles | 12 May 2016 | By: Alison Coleman, Contributor | Forbes / Entrepreneurs

    Learn how these successful entrepreneurs have all discovered, no matter how well you think things are going there’s always something gnawing away at your consciousness and keeping you awake at night.

  • Smith & Williamson starts legacy renewal with WhereScape Red

    News Articles | 11 April 2016 | By: Cliff Saran, Managing Editor | Computer Weekly

    Financial services company Smith & Williamson migrates Cobol data into SQL Server data warehouse in a bid to recreate and cleanse legacy data.

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