Data Warehouses provide an enterprise with the foundations for Business Intelligence. Business users across the enterprise can access the data in a way that is easy for them to understand and use. The design of a robust data model based on business processes, and the development of effective ETL (Extraction, Transformation & Loading processes) are keys to this.
What we do?
Texuna have a rich history when it comes to data warehousing dating back to the company’s foundation in 2000. Since then, we have worked with numerous major clients across the UK and Ireland. Our primary area of expertise is the delivery of data warehouses and management applications for non-profit (Education) and corporate sectors. As a vendor neutral systems integrator, we continually search for the “best of breed”, offering value for money so you “achieve more for less” with a dedicated solution precisely tailored to your needs.
Our history shows our commitment to the big data, warehousing and Business Intelligence space while ensuring solutions are low risk, fit for purpose and reuse existing tools and expertise.
Our agile methods and cloud-linked data pipeline design have been deployed and thoroughly tested on an industrial scale with huge amounts of sensitive data in secure environments.
Data Warehousing and OLAP
Patrick Lynch, CEO and Founder of Texuna
What we offer and why we are different
We place business needs and benefits at the heart of any data warehouse:
The foundations for all of our solutions are business drivers, governance and data quality improvements. This promotes the long term success of a warehouse project, and allows for the delivery of an early and valuable Minimum Viable Products (MVP).
Agile methods and user engagement ensures projects "keep it real" with continually meaningful increments to a warehouse over the life of the project.
Huge savings are created through infrastructure as software, just-in-time resources, and the elimination of capital expenditure in favour of operating expenses.
We work with customers to standardise their data pipelines and cleanse sources. This in turn drastically reduces troubleshooting time, while also speeding up productivity.
Self-service facilities reduce the time to value for users, with a conformed warehouse providing a single accurate version of the truth, eliminating any debates over the meaning or location of data.
Cloud flexibility and Texuna metadata driven frameworks give simple support to changing business needs and changes in data pipelines.
Software as a Service (SaaS) infrastructure provides ease of configuration, maintenance and scalability for changing demands.