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I have been asked to write a proposal as to why our business needs a data warehouse. i am struggling with the document structure. Has anybody written a similar document thay could pass to me to use as a template?

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hi this is good stuff, would you have any examples questions as to how we choose the warehouse, how do i qualify the our business requirements?
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excellent
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Glad to help.
I'll see if I can find anything else
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