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  1. Aaron Couron

    I think you are absolutely correct here, especially in that you don’t always know that the one-off business rule will be applied elsewhere.

    It is always best to build in the architecture as much as possible up-front. Not only does it lay the groundwork for these situations, but it represents an optimistic approach in that you believe Qlik will expand throughout the organization.

    There is always pain in getting this done early in project, but down the road, you look like a rock star because you saw the evolution.

    Good post.

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