Tuesday, September 11, 2012

WebFOCUS Newsletter for 2012 September/October

Information Builders, the software vendor of the enterprise BI product WebFOCUS, just released their 2012 September/October newsletter of WebFOCUS topics.

In this issue, they cover:
  • Best Practices for Business Intelligence and Predictive Analytics
  • GIS: All About Symbols
  • Troubleshooting Mobile Faves Connections
  • WebFOCUS 8.0: Managed Reporting Migration
  • WebFOCUS Timeout Parameters
  • Windows IE Browser Mode, Compatibility View, and WebFOCUS IE Browser Support


For more information, see their website.

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I am a project-based software consultant, specializing in automating transitions from legacy reporting applications into modern BI/Analytics to leverage Social, Cloud, Mobile, Big Data, Visualizations, and Predictive Analytics using Information Builders' WebFOCUS. Based on scores of successful engagements, I have assembled proven Best Practice methodologies, software tools, and templates.

I have been blessed to work with innovators from firms such as: Ford, FedEx, Procter & Gamble, Nationwide, The Wendy's Company, The Kroger Co., JPMorgan Chase, MasterCard, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Siemens, American Express, and others.

I was educated at Valparaiso University and the University of Cincinnati, where I graduated summa cum laude. In 1990, I joined Information Builders and for over a dozen years served in regional pre- and post-sales technical leadership roles. Also, for several years I led the US technical services teams within Cincom Systems' ERP software product group and the Midwest custom software services arm of Xerox.

Since 2007, I have provided enterprise BI services such as: strategic advice; architecture, design, and software application development of intelligence systems (interactive dashboards and mobile); data warehousing; and automated modernization of legacy reporting. My experience with BI products include WebFOCUS (vendor certified expert), R, SAP Business Objects (WebI, Crystal Reports), Tableau, and others.