Data manipulation is often considered a serious problem in industrial applications as data tampering can lead to inaccurate financial reporting or even a corporate security crisis. A correct representation of company data is essential for the companies’ core business processes and is requested by governments and investors. However, the current solution, third-party auditing, is expensive and cannot be fully trusted. In this paper, we present the Data Warehouse Decentralized Integrity Model (DWH-DIM) to validate the integrity of the data warehouse and replace the current process. To address the challenge that the existing distributed integrity verification models cannot handle GDPR and are limited by scalability, our model uses a distributed file system to store attributes that can be used for the integrity verification task. The blockchain further confirms the authenticity of the files. Based on the proposed model, we present a detailed implementation of the DWH-DIM tool. The implementation is tested with a use case and several benchmarks. Experimental results demonstrate that our proposed model is feasible and meets the requirement for certificate warehouse data.