Recognizing Women at Clarity

on Mar 8, 2019 12:05:06 PM | By Crystal Kosebutzki | Women in Technology Leadership
Happy International Women’s Day to all our women in Tech and personal Shero’s! We want to take advantage of this opportunity to recognize all the strong women we get to work alongside everyday at Clarity, and we’re proud to toot our own horn and say that women represent 40% of our executive team, and 41% of our LDP hires are women. We value an open, supportive environment and we believe that diversity and inclusion result in better business outcomes and cultivate diversity of thought. To celebrate these ideas, we’d love to introduce Clarity:WE!
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The Data Model in The Era of Snowflake Computing’s Data Warehouse: SMP and MPP

on Mar 5, 2019 5:48:00 AM | By Don Gooldy | Data Warehouse Modernization
Three-Part Series: Article 3 In the first article of this series I questioned whether the continued comparison of Relational Models to Star Schema models is still relevant with the entrance of Snowflake Computing’s data warehouse/data lake service into the market place. And we began by exploring the origins of the relational model.
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The Data Model in The Era of Snowflake Computing’s Data Warehouse: Business Architecture and Star Schema

on Feb 28, 2019 5:48:00 AM | By Don Gooldy | Data Warehouse Modernization
Three-Part Series: Article 2 In the prior article I questioned whether the continued comparison of Relational models to Star Schema models is still relevant with the advent of Snowflake Computing’s cloud-built data warehouse. We began to explore the origins of the relational model, based on Codd’s recognition that database change anomalies would be eliminated if database tables mirrored individual business functions that data describe.
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The Data Model in The Era of Snowflake Computing’s Data Warehouse: 3NF vs Star Schema

on Feb 27, 2019 6:53:34 AM | By Don Gooldy | Data Warehouse Modernization
Three-Part Series: Article 1 A colleague recently asked me to author an article on the differences between a “3NF” model and a star schema model on Snowflake Computing’s cloud-built data warehouse . We should instead examine whether this comparison is still relevant, with Snowflake’s entry into the data warehouse and analytics market.
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Why you should be using customer data and predictive analytics to prevent churn

on Feb 21, 2019 8:47:24 AM | By Callie Wheeler | customer experience Predictive Analytics
Customer data is the key to practically everything—from personalization to product development to world peace (ok, maybe not that). And coupled with predictive analytics, customer data can help you prevent churn. 
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For Healthcare Organizations, a Modern Data Architecture Is a Necessity

on Dec 12, 2018 6:06:52 AM | By Robert Fuller | Healthcare Data Warehouse Modernization
Healthcare Partner Bob Fuller and Healthcare Chief Technology Officer Ramu Kalvakuntla make a compelling argument for modern data architectures for healthcare organizations. Not sure what those are? They explain that, too, on the AHIMA Data Revolution blog.
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Key Steps to Success with Self-Service Analytics

Caitlin Willich knows a thing or two about self-service analytics, having helped Fortune 500 clients across the nation implement successful projects. In this piece featured in Information Management, she shares the keys to success.
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Disruption is the Wake-Up Call Healthcare Needs

Health Innovation Lead Max Schlather sees Silicon Valley giving the healthcare industry a needed wake-up call. He shared his thoughts in an editorial on Healthcare Analytics News. Check it out below.
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Preparing for 2019: Create a Data-Driven Culture

on Dec 3, 2018 9:15:00 AM | By Neetu Shaw | Financial Services Data Culture
Financial Services Partner Neetu Shaw has a bold proposition for financial institutions: if you don't have a data-driven culture in 2019, you're not only not going to see the success and growth market leaders will, you'll be setting yourself up for failure. 
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