Redesigned the ETL to handle the new region and territory dimensions using Business Objects Data Services XI 3.2 Environment: Business Objects Data Services XI 3.2, MS SQL Server 2008, BOXI 3.1 and Windows XP, Universe Designer, Web Intelligence.
Client: Confidential Houston, TX May 2010 – Nov 2011 Role: SAP Data Services Consultant Champion is a global supplier of complete line of proprietary specialty chemicals, offering technical solutions to problems in the oil and gas industries.
Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, ability to learn quickly, good analytical reasoning and high compliance to new environment and tools.
Golden Source Corporation, India/ New York, USA Jan 04 – Sep 05 Software Engineer Golden Source provides Enterprise Data Management ("EDM") software and services to financial institutions globally.
EDM allows its clients to collect, standardize, consolidate, and manage information about their securities and products, customers, transactions, and other operations, to better manage the distribution of critical data to business applications.
Their major challenge was to gain greater visibility into financial, physician performance, educational and research data.
This project is aimed at developing a research oriented DWH for fast, accurate decision making.
Experience in resolving on-going maintenance issues and bug fixes, and performance tuning of reports.
Ability to understand the business environment and translate business requirements into technical solutions.
Objectives include, consolidating information from multiple data sources, establishment of an integrated business intelligence reporting and analysis solution etc.
Environment: Data Integrator 11.7.2, Oracle 10g, MS SQL Server 2005, Windows XP/NT.
Champion has expanded its expertise in research and development, manufacturing and servicing of its products for oilfield and related applications.
Our team was liable for ETL process flow designs and walkthroughs, and data validation/analysis of required source systems.
Though software and tools have become easier to use in recent years, navigating through all the technology that’s needed to remain competitive can prove overwhelming.