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From a tools context: Information Builders, Informatica, SAS, Business Objects, Cognos, Brio, Ascential, Abinitio, Embarcadero to name a few.
From a database context: Oracle, Sql/Server, Sybase, TeraData, Redbrick to name a few.
From an association/Institute context: The Data Warehouse Institute, local DAMA chapters.
From a consulting context: All of the Big X offer data warehouse consulting services, but are having marginal success delivering solid solutions. There is a huge network of small firms and independent consultants that specialize and focus on the data warehouse space and are having great success. You'll see these companies represented at TDWI conferences. These are the folks that provide the training and mentoring sessions.
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