The Web is the most dominant computing phenomenon of the 1990s and its technology and data warehousing are converging to produce dramatic results.
A Web-enabled data warehouse adapts the Web for information delivery and collaboration among the users.
Adapting the data warehouse to the Web means including features such as the information "push" technique, ease of usage, speedy response, no downtime, multimedia output, and scalability.
Web-based information delivery expands the data warehouse usage and opens up new information strategies.
The combination of OLAP and Web technologies produces great benefits for users.
Because of the open nature of the Web, adapting the data warehouse to the Web calls for serious implementation considerations.