What is OLAP?

OLAP stands for

OnLine Analytical Processing” 

It is the most powerful and exciting business technology available for real-time decision making. Spend time on OLAP.com and learn about OLAP.

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Boost Your Business Intelligence Career With Data Science

According to research by LinkedIn, data science and machine learning jobs are the hottest and most in-demand career paths in the world. Data scientists hold some of the most sought-after positions in the world, and if you want to boost your business intelligence or graduate career, it’s important that you boost your resume with big data.

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EPM in the Cloud—Overcoming the Resistance

In the far distant past (OK, just a few years ago) prospects would balk at the idea of EPM in the Cloud. Things sure have changed: the Cloud, as a means to do everything—from data storage, to playing music, to business application hosting—is as much a part of our technology ecosystem as the phones in our hands and the laptops on our desks.

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How Data Management Platforms Can Help Marketers Promote Business Growth

Businesses are looking to create personalized messages to retain clients and attract new customers – all of which requires concerted data management. With 78% of marketers saying that data management platforms (DMP) are embedded in the overall success of a business marketing campaign, there is no denying that this concept is gaining more attention.

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OLAP 101: Download FREE eBook

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This book offers context for newbies to OLAP technology. Learn where OLAP came from and how it developed into the Business Intelligence technology we know today.

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OLAP Tutorials

Learn Business Intelligence and OLAP basics with our free hands-on exercises.

Dive deep into OLAP and try creating your own data models using a Free OLAP and Business Intelligence software provided by our sponsors at PARIS Technologies

Learn everything – from creating an OLAP database, defining dimensions, members, and hierarchies to creating cube models and formulas.