Mero - business intelligence blog

Welcome to the official blog for Mero. We are a New Zealand based Business Intelligence company with offices in Wellington and Auckland with consultants in Christchurch this enables us to provide Microsoft business intelligence/data warehousing solutions throughout all of New Zealand. This is where you can learn about what Mero is currently working on, share ideas with us and learn about new developments within the Business Intelligence industry. If there is anything you would like us to write about get in touch we would love to hear from you.

Agile data warehousing

The Business Analytics industry is facing a new level of maturity borne out of a need to improve the ability to complete projects that deliver real value to the business off the back of a global recession. 3-2-1 Data Warehousing (3 million dollars, 2 years and 1 delivery) is now well and truly dead and […]

Data enablement platforms

Are the Kimball and Inmon Data Warehouse models dead? Some industry advisors are saying they are no longer relevant in today’s work. I think they still have a place. In the drive to provide better business value from Data Analytics projects and meet the changing needs and tools the business have (Power pivot for example) […]

Important business requirements and seeing the full picture

Often the importance of following due process when designing Business Intelligence systems is overlooked, the most critical step being the requirements gathering process. This may sound obvious but it is frequently overlooked or given too little attention. It really is the old proverb “failing to plan is the same as planning to fail”. There is […]

Introducing the new Mero website

I’m Rich McNabb a freelance Web Designer/Developer based in Wellington, New Zealand. I’m the one person responsible for designing and building the new Mero Consulting website. New Zealand trip planner New Zealand map I thought it would make a great first blog post (while providing the opportunity to put the website through its paces) by […]

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