Wouldn’t it be great if data teams had access to data manipulation superpowers? There is a real-world corollary for matter manipulation in the data world. It’s an emerging concept, and it’s called “data atomization.”
In the retail industry, atomic data stores and warehouses can be used to manage a wide range of data, including sales, customer, inventory, and marketing data. Eric Best, CEO and Co-Founder at SoundCommerce deep dives into the topic of data atomization and shares five examples of how atomic data structures can be applied in the retail industry.
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