The technology industry is built on more than products; it changes lives and the world we live in. Cutting-edge business intelligence professionals are critical in informing business managers who make critical business decisions on a daily basis. We go the extra mile to ensure we find top talent to create and deliver this important information.
It said that the duties included developing new BI services offerings, content creation, value propositions, revenue/expense projections and technology approach. The candidate will be responsible for consulting with clients on business needs, translating business needs into analytics/reporting requirements, and interfacing with company and client to ensure successful delivery of client reporting. Duties and functions of the position included developing, packaging and delivering new service offerings related to business intelligence. These offerings were said to encompass clearly defined value propositions and creating defensible profitability models.
Technologies: Hadoop, DB2, Sharepoint, Sisense, Dundas BI, Grow, Board, SAP, Birst, Halo, Targit, iDashboards, Inetsoft, Silvon, Domo, Salesforce, Looker, Chartio, MITS, Pentaho, Exago, Yellowfin
SQL Server Business Intelligence
First and foremost, a SQL Server business intelligence developer is creating software and should follow acceptable software development practices. These practices include gathering requirements, designing and creating the objects, writing any needed logic, testing, documenting, utilizing source code management and deployment procedures.
Technologies: SQL, SSMS, SSDT, ApexSQL, Idera, SentryOne, ScaleSQL
Business Intelligence Developer
Business intelligence developers must be data experts, as they work primarily with databases and different types of software. Often abbreviated as BI developer, this job involves developing and fine tuning IT solutions. That can include anything from coding to testing to debugging to designing to implementing newly developed tools. A BI developer spends a lot of time researching and planning solutions for existing problems within the company. BI developers also are responsible for building OLAP, or online analytical processing. They also work with databases, both relational and multidimensional. BI developers are often responsible for managing others in the IT department or in the company.
Technologies: DB2, Oracle BI, Power BI, NPM, BIDS, Oracle JDeveloper, OEPE, NetBeans, Cronos, Tableau, InsightSquared, Looker, Domo. Phocas, Exago, MicroStrategy, Pentaho
A computer systems analyst works to solve problems related to computer technology. Many analysts set up new computer systems, both the hardware and software, add new software applications to increase computer productivity.
Technologies: SQL, MYSQL, Oracle, Tableau, Hadoop, IBM Cognos, MS Power BI, ETL, OLAP, SSRS, SSIS, Qlikview, BusinessObjects, R, SAS, SPSS, SSAS, Kimball, PostgreSQL, TIBCO Spotfire, Crystal Reports, EPIC, DOMO, DB2
Business Intelligence Engineer
Develops, deploys and customizes business intelligence (BI) tools. Applies analytical techniques and processes to support reporting and decision support systems.
Technologies: Oracle SQL, PL/SQL, T-SQL, EiS Reporting, SSRS, SSIS, SSAS, OBIEE, Hyperion, SQL Server, MicroStrategy, BusinessObjects, Tableau, Power BI, C++, Visual Basic, CrystalReports, PowerPivot,
Cognos, SAP, RESTful, OLAP, PerformancePoint, PowerView, SQL, R, DAX, Microsoft Power BI, Azure, AWS, DB2, NoSQL, C#, .NET, Cognos, MongoDB
Business Intelligence Manager
Manager and director of BI positions are responsible for the quality, structure and management of data and information within the organization. This included, for example, the movement and cleansing of data moving in and out of the company, the appropriate structuring and enrichment of data in the transaction and decision support environments, and the presentation of quality data for use by data consumers.
Technologies: Hadoop, big data, ETL, DB2, VISIO, SQL, SSIS, SSAS, SSRS, MS SQL Server, Oracle, Explorer, Xcelsius, Crystal Reports, EPM, Data Services, Webi, Dashboards, Salesforce, SAP Business Warehouse, ERWIN, T-SQL, OLAP, OLTP