Many SQL developers want to create richer, more advanced data-driven applications, but they need to go beyond the limitations of SSRS, Excel, or writing custom queries.
Microsoft is often the default choice for a dashboards and reporting solution. However, many developers have found that stitching together Microsoft's patchwork of SharePoint, SQL Server, SSAS, MSRS, and MS Office creates administrative headaches and requires stime spent integrating and writing custom code.
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Scot Reagin is a respected Business Intelligence Architect specializing in real-world solutions for organizations of many sizes and in diverse industries. As a Director of RevGen Partner’s Business Intelligence Practice, Scot provides hands-on expertise across the BI spectrum backed by his more than twenty-five years of technology experience.
Prior to joining RevGen Partners in August of 2012, Scot had founded and grown his own firm after holding the title of National General Manager and Senior BI Solutions Architect for Aspirity LLC then Senior Architect for Hitachi Consulting’s National Business Intelligence team.
In addition to creating and delivering public and private courseware on a wide range of BI topics, Scot’s ability to connect the detailed technical aspects of a solution to the business value derived from that solution make him a popular speaker at business and technical conferences including TDWI, SQL Connections, Tech-Ed, and PASS.
David Abramson is the director of product management at LogiXML where he shapes the delivery of leading-edge business intelligence software products. David joined LogiXML in 2003 when he oversaw LogiXML's technical support, services, and training programs. Prior to joining LogiXML, he led database application development teams for federal government agencies including Department of Transportation, Department of Defense, and the U.S. Postal Service. His expertise includes Business Intelligence system design, data modeling and web application software development, and he has been the featured speaker at several industry events. David earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan.