Nihad Aytaman

Nihad
Aytaman

Nihad H. Aytaman, director of application development, Elie Tahari, Ltd.

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Do-It-Yourself Data Warehousing 
A data warehouse can be a valuable business tool that you can build yourself. Here's how.
Do-It-Yourself Data Warehousing 
A data warehouse can be a valuable business tool that you can build yourself. Here's how.
Anatomy of a Warehouse Management System Implementation 
WM systems are not well suited for the logistical chaos of the high-fashion end of the apparel business. This story of a WM system implementation life cycle provides a glimpse into this wild sector of the business world.
Anatomy of a Warehouse Management System Implementation 
WM systems are not well suited for the logistical chaos of the high-fashion end of the apparel business. This story of a WM system implementation life cycle provides a glimpse into this wild sector of the business world.
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