Also e-statements of utility bills are also not acceptable.After a few weeks of submitting the documents, the status on the Mumbai police website will show an Outward Date, which means that the documents have been sent to central office of Mumbai police.The abstract for the IBM article perfectly describes the problem and ultimate solution that spawned today’s modern data warehousing industry: “The transaction-processing environment in which companies maintain their operational databases was the original target for computerization and is now well understood.On the other hand, access to company information on a large scale by an end user for reporting and data analysis is relatively new.Bill Inmon, the Father of Data Warehousing Considered by many to be the Father of Data Warehousing, Bill Inmon first began to discuss the principles around the Data Warehouse and even coined the term in the 1970s, as mentioned earlier.In 2007, Inmon was named by Computerworld as one of the “Ten IT People Who Mattered in the Last 40 Years.” Throughout the latter 1970s into the 1980s, Inmon worked extensively as a data professional, honing his expertise in all manners of relational Data Modeling.
One of Prism’s main products was the Prism Warehouse Manager, one of the first industry tools for creating and managing a Data Warehouse.
Later in the 1990s, Inmon developed the concept of the Corporate Information Factory, an enterprise level view of an organization’s data of which Data Warehousing plays one part.
His website dedicated to the CIF serves as a repository for Inmon’s writing and white papers on all aspects of the data profession.
If all documents are in order, the verification is updated with the passport office.
by Paul Williams The relational database revolution in the early 1980s ushered in an era of improved access to the valuable information contained deep within data. It was soon discovered that databases modeled to be efficient at transactional processing were not always optimized for complex reporting or analytical needs.