William Inmon
William Inmon
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William H. Inmon (born 1945) is an American computer scientist, recognized by many as the father of the data warehouse. Bill Inmon wrote the first book, held the first conference (with Arnie Barnett), wrote the first column in a magazine and was the first to offer classes in data warehousing. Bill Inmon created the accepted definition of what a data warehouse is – a subject oriented, nonvolatile, integrated, time variant collection of data in support of management’s decisions.

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