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The Problem with Enterprise Resource Systems (ERP) and What to Do about It. Today, every large company uses an enterprise resource system (ERP) to manage a variety of business data, such as product planning, product cost, manufacturing or service delivery, marketing, sales and more. The intent of these systems is to help host and manage…

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The Teldware Method: Removing One of the Biggest Obstacles for Any Organization One of the things all organizations – whether they are for-profit businesses, government agencies, or similar – struggle with the most is also one of their simplest, most essential components: data. In plain terms, getting the right data efficiently is always problematic and…

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There is a discrepancy between the large amounts of data that exist in your organization’s databases and the information you can see on your screen. In traditional management information systems, you are forced to accept an uncomfortable compromise. Either you have only aggregated data, which gives you a reasonable response time, or you have detailed…

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Teldware’s Method for Improving Performance in a Data Warehousing Environment Receives a Patent March 18, 2014 Teldware Sp/f announced today the issuance by the US Patent Office of a patent that recognizes the company’s method for improving performance in a data warehousing environment. The patent (#8,676,772) involves storing and maintaining a query-optimized representation of a…

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As the creators of Teldware, we think everyone should demand more from their data retrieval processes. If you are in an organization that utilizes business information systems, you should demand a data retrieval process that: Is inexpensive to operate, provides a quick overview of everything, and gives you fast access the specific details you require…