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Business Intelligence Analyst

Business Intelligence Analyst

Mondy Holten SAP / Business Intelligence Consultant since 2008. Currently he works as a SAP BW / BO freelancer in the financial industry.
He has experience in various sectors such as:

– Insurance and investment management
– Manufacturing Industry
– Retail industry
– HR shared service centre

• More than 8 years experience with SAP ERP software implementations
• More than 8 years experience with Business Intelligence software implementations
• More than 8 years experience with outsourcing IT projects to India

• Experience with kanban methodology & kanban board software
• Experience with Agile SCRUM methodology

Available as:

• Trainer SAP BW | Dashboards | Web Intelligence | SAP Lumira | SAP BO CMC
• SAP BW Business Intelligence Analyst
• SAP BO Business Intelligence Analyst
• BI Project Manager
• Dashboard (SAP Web Intelligence & xcelsius)
• BI Tester / Support
• SAP HCM / HR Reporting Analyst
• Reporting Support SAP Web Intelligence
• Excel Reporting KPI specialist
• SAP BI, WEBI, Web intelligence
• SAP BI Analyst
• BW Query Design and Analysis BW305
• Data Services:
• Web Intelligence: BOW310, BOW310,
• BI Business requirements

• BI Project Management
• Data Management
• SAP BI BO experience
KPI, financial reporting)

www.mmobilesolutions.com | +31629446309 – mondyholten@hotmail.com |

Technical skils:

XML. ABAP, SQL, Business intelligence basis training, UK Datawarehouse, project management, Data migration project, business intelligence data analyst, business intelligence reporting analyst, etl developer, Risk Reporting, Brussel, London business intelligence tools, big data, data mining, enterprise data integration, customer data integration, recruitment agencies, project manager, Business Intelligence Manager, data integration software, data integrator, data integration tools, data integration, erp, customer relationship management, risk management, business analytics, project plan, it project manager, it project manager

 

Business Intelligence Self Service

Why use Business Intelligence Self Service?

 

Business Intelligence Self Service Solutions at M Mobile Solutions

M Mobile Solutions helps companies design, develop and build business intelligence service portals. After implementing the reports, Business Departments, such as HR, Sales and Marketing are able to design and run daily or monthly reports, without any IT support.
The self service reports can run on a mobile device and PC. Also the user can easily share his reports with his or her colleagues. We have experience in Business Intelligence Self Service Solutions since 2008. Our clients are based in London, New York, Johnsburg and Amsterdam.

M Mobile Solutions use Agile SCRUM methodology to develop the aforementioned reports. Click here to download our free training.

What is Business Intelligence Self Service?

When it comes to IT terms, there are two definitions of what business intelligence self service is. The bad thing is that most people mix them up which in turn creates a lot of confusion. So the first definition is the “business need”. This means business people accessing data they require for the making of a certain decision. But how is that different from regular BI? Well they access the data without the help of technology experts. Thus the “self service” part. The second definition is the technology used to fulfill the aforementioned business requirement. These tools can be used for:

  • Gathering information from multiple sources
  • Analyzing large amounts of data
  • Sharing the report with other people

And all this without having to go to the trouble of learning the technical protocols required to access the information. If you are looking for a job, click here.

What can people misunderstand about Business Intelligence Self Service?

The business need creates requirements for the business intelligence self service is a very broad concept that covers a wide range of technologies and data stores. The very thin line between “reports”, “dashboards”, “data recovery”, etc is very blurry. So there is no truly business intelligence self service solution. Someone has done some work in advance thus the above statement. All this information that is gathered by non-professionals, at some point, has to come together. And if this is to be done the right way, a technology expert has to come into play. Click here to find available candidates.

What are the benefits of Business Intelligence Self Service?

In 1991, BusinessObjects was explicitly a business intelligence self service tool. What is interesting is that business needs do not change that much over time. What changes though, is the technology used, the amount of data stored, and the level of information use. Click here to sign up for a Business Intelligence event.

What about visual analytics?

Of course, we are talking in the context of business intelligence self service here. So visual analytics means that instead of having users ask a question, then get a result and then from that result make a chart, there is much more to be done from the chart itself. A human being learns way faster by images and data presented in a visual fashion, than through conversation.

How does Business Intelligence Self Service improve the use of BI tools?

Business intelligence self service builds on “traditional” BI, in a sense, i.e. the trusted data sources, that are available through the data warehouse are a crucial part of the data analysis done in the business intelligence self service tools. Click here for free Web Intelligence training material.

 

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