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This is an introduction to the content of the page that highlights the value we bring to the operation in terms of costs saving & risk mitigation. In addition it should also highlight the outcomes that can be achieved by the client.

The colour should be the colour of the service line

I am an introductor heading if needed, otherwise just get stuck straight in
I am text content, I can optionally be started by a bolded tagline - that is then followed up by normal text. Only use the bolded intro line if there is no heading.
Always do a double space between paragraphs.
If it is a new sub-section - then make sure you do a bolded introduction, either as a stand-alone heading or as a continuous line like this one.

MAP YOUR RELATED AREA BUSINESS CHALLENGES

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RELATED AREA BLOGS

January 19, 2020

Oracle’s Java SE is the largest commercially supported distribution of Java due to the extensive use of Java within the Oracle product set. The version of Java will determine the extent Oracle will support it – and to whom it will support. Since the changes from Oracle’s Java SE from freeware (with exceptions) to requiring a commercial subscription, there are two aspects that you need to be aware of if you are considering usin...

November 26, 2019

The traditional terminology is ETL – Extract, Transform, Load. Whilst that is the terminology we use, we don’t subscribe to that approach, we prefer ELT, Extract, Load, Transform. That is primarily explained in our next post, “When to Transform Data”.

This post focuses on the “E” – Extract  -- with some meaningful approaches to get the data from your source systems to a destination system typically used for reporting and analys...

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