Kristl Smith Tyler

Kristl
Smith Tyler

Kristl Smith Tyler is the national business intelligence practice director for NWN’s NVision Software Solutions Consulting Division.

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SSIS Novices’ Guide to Data Warehouses: Flattening While Staging the Data 1
When building a data warehouse, you often need to flatten the data when you move it from the Raw tables to the Stage tables. Flattening data can be a difficult concept for new warehouse designers to grasp, so here are two detailed examples.
SSIS Novices’ Guide to Data Warehouses: Moving Data into the Data Warehouse 7
If you're inexperienced with using SSIS, creating a data warehouse might seem like an impossible task—but it's not if you use some different strategies. For example, you can use a wizard to initially create an SSIS package that will move data from the source system into the data warehouse.
Build a Cube to Perform Scenario-Based Risk Analysis
Find out how to design and build a cube that can be used to simulate changing conditions for risk analysis.

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