TDWI conference highlights data warehouse basics

August 18, 2003


How to get information to end users at lightning speed is what Gary Moore of Baltimore-based Aegon USA Inc. is hoping to learn at this week's Teradata Warehousing Institute World (TDWI) conference in Boston.

Moore, a team leader for data warehouse investments at Aegon, a parent company of the Trans America Insurance Co., said he is hoping to discover ways to shift his company's focus onto the end user.

Monday's conference keynote speaker was Ralph Kimball, author of several data warehouse books and co-inventor of Xerox STAR Workstation. He has served as the lead architect for 20 data warehouse systems.

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