I see data warehouses getting more tightly coupled with the actions that are taken as a result of deciding what do to once a discovery is found. Is see the data warehouse architecture becoming the triggering engine for making changes in the company's day-to-day tactical activities and strategic directions. I see them getting smart, by recording and remembering the actions taken as a result of some data correlation presenting itself the second time.
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