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Unformatted text preview: Data Mining and Warehousing Unit 4 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow June 28, 2011 American InterContinental University What trade-offs need to be made for a fast data entry system to track shipments? When deploying a fast data entry system the primary software that is responsible for inputting said data throughout the necessary tables is responsible for first providing the essential info so to create relationships between the data in the tables as quickly as possible when the user is inputting delivery information. In order for a fast data entry system to be fast at tracking orders, an outline intended particularly for fast data admission will need to be devised so that the personnel doing the entry can rapidly place in the necessary data into the database itself. In order for this to work effectively the interface must be straightforward and instinctive. Such a system needs to permit that any and all data being entered can be done so simply and singularly from the users keyboard without having to direct their...
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