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In the continued exploration of Data Vault concepts in our Data Vault Friday series, our CEO, Michael Olschimke, addresses a pertinent question from the audience concerning the integration of timesheet information into an internal Data Warehouse that already encompasses a Raw Vault for Resources, Projects, and Allocations.

“We are working on our internal Data Warehouse. We already have a Raw Vault for Resources (people in the organization), Projects, and Allocations (plans), but now we need to add the “timesheet” information. How should we model this, including the need to track changes?”

He provides actionable insights into structuring the Data Vault to accommodate timesheet data seamlessly, ensuring that historical changes are captured and enabling a robust system for tracking and managing timesheet-related information.

If you’re grappling with similar considerations in enhancing your internal Data Warehouse, Michael’s expertise in this Data Vault Friday session sheds light on best practices for modeling timesheet data within the broader Data Vault 2.0 architecture.

Meet the Speaker

Michael Olschimke

Michael has more than 15 years of experience in Information Technology. During the last eight years he has specialized in Business Intelligence topics such as OLAP, Dimensional Modelling, and Data Mining. Challenge him with your questions!

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