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Data in industry verticals

We always talk about data warehouse, mining and data store in relational or some other form. I just wonder we used to store these data for many years. But, How do we classify business data in different industries?

I got a surprise answer, when the data goes to different industry vertical, it automatically changes it’s nature of storage. I intend to say that the manufacturing industry uses raw material information and the product detail as soon as the product ready for shipping to retail business. Here we use product and raw material but the most stress goes to raw material data analysis then the product. But, both are coupled and some data plays similar role in different industry for instance employee.

Some of the industry verticals that I would like to share in this post are:

Industry vertical

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Manufacturing
  • Chemicals
  • Retail
  • Engineering and Construction
  • Life Science
  • Natural Resources
  • Financial Services
  • Insurance
  • Health care
  • Educational and Research Services
  • Postal services
  • Transportation Services
  • Entertainment
  • Accommodation and Food  Services
  • Government
  • Real Estate
  • Telecommunication
  • Media
  • Energy-> Oil and Gas
Updated on Aug-26-2011
I wish readers could add some more industry vertical in the comment section. 
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  1. October 6, 2011 at 10:43 pm

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