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- MSBI Developer with 10 years experience and a keen interest in Biml based deployment. - Capable across the entire development life cycle, from requirements gathering to designing, developing and maintaining. - Experienced with creating and managing entire solutions and ensuring stakeholder engagement. - Comfortable presenting insights found and delivering training across the organisation.
• B.I. Development Team and IT Support Manager – 4 Staff: • Managing IT and BI Support • Software Portfolio Management • C-Level Stakeholder Management
• Managing IT Software Development for Transport Management Systems • Software Testing • Account Development • SQL Architecture & DB optimization • Service desk triage and prioritization and associated reporting • Project Managing BI developments • Recruitment & Supplier Management • Managing direct staff and contractors • IT Project Management • QlikView Architecture & Development • Mentoring Junior staff in QV & SQL • SQL Microsoft BI Development • Problem Diagnostics and Analysis more
Senior SQL Server Consultant involved in designing , developing and documenting projects based around SQL Server and related technologies for 11 years using Agile/ Scrum and waterfall techniques. Experience encompasses Transaction processing systems as well as Data warehouse projects. Soft skills include planning, estimation of work, maintaining customer relationships and coordination within team and with customers, providing technical leadership in small teams and organizing resources, risk management and timely product delivery, configuration management and change control, source code version control, evaluating product usability and quality assurance. more
· Both degrees (BSc and MSc) in Information Systems. Therefore, formally trained with the matters involving modelling, designing and in all stages of SDLC (System Development Life Cycle).
· Experience in working both as a developer and an analyst.
· Technological expertise in SQL Server (2005 – 2014), Microsoft BI stack (SSRS, SSIS, SSAS), OLTP database, OLAP data warehouse, data modelling, creating ad-hoc, user-specific reports, KPIs (Key Point Indicators) and Dashboards. Able to use Microsoft Power BI.
· Worked for varieties of industries and liaised with all levels of ordinates from very top level management to operation consultants.
· Led multiple projects and teams. Took initiatives to gather requirements and agree on deliverables. Also, took critical decisions (e.g. the next course of action when a deployment has gone wrong).
· Acted as key point of contact in different teams/business areas. Acted as analyst, developer, tester etc.
· Carried out complex data analysis and written scripts to – unveil insights into data and bring into light meaningful trends and patterns, troubleshoot and find the root cause of issues, optimise processes or come up with working/improved solution.
· Produced documentations like data dictionaries, manuals, specifications, walkthroughs, Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERD) etc.
· Provided trainings and presentations to upskill technical abilities, explaining business processes, demonstrating applications built. more
First, let's define Business Intelligence. It's simply trying to make sense of the data a business already has. A business Intelligence Developer is someone who makes transforms data to make it understandable and usable to a business.
What does a business intelligence developer do?
They provide an in-depth investigation into problems within a business and find the data and information that will help solve these issues.
What is the average rate for a business intelligence developer?
Around the £425 mark for most of the UK.
What is the difference between business intelligence vs data analytics?
Data Analytics focuses on the algorithms to solve problems and has the ability to predict outcomes, whereas BI looks at past occurrences and information to make a solution.