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  • n. Plural form of spreadmart.

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  • "This policy didn't work with 'spreadmarts' [out-of-control spreadsheets], and it won't work with these emerging technologies," he says.

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  • Along with rapid time to information, a good case for eliminating spreadmarts rested on making data persistent and accessible at any time.

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  • The most obvious of these was a proliferation of spreadmarts, one-off, manually entered Excel builds for ad hoc queries.

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  • Formal, repeatable reports are also part of PharmSci team resources, but were inevitably backed up by spreadmarts.

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  • "Getting away from spreadmarts is difficult," he explains.

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  • One of Linhares 'customers who already recognized the pitfalls of spreadmarts is Dr. Karl Bratin, a research fellow at Pfizer who leads a PharmSci team in the areas of commercial process development and manufacturing.

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  • At Pfizer, efficiency was hobbled by the fact that updated research data was isolated in spreadmarts, tables of Excel data on individual computers that were inaccessible for sharing.

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  • It is a world of data dumps, locally created data, manualytics and spreadmarts.

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  • Organizations spend a lot of time and resources tracking down analytical applications in the form of spreadmarts to bring them back into the "regulation" of IT under the direction of data governance, yet there always seems to be a market for the things that users think they can't have.

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  • IT departments and data governance organizations have spent a lot of time and resources tracking down the use of analytical applications in the form of spreadmarts with the goal of bringing them back into the "regulation" of IT under the direction of data governance.

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