The authors of »Creating Documents and Queries in SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence«
Jim Brogden has been a business intelligence developer and designer for over 10 years and specializes in data visualization. He is an award-winning technical author and dashboard designer, and a Senior Data Warehouse Developer for Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) in Atlanta, Georgia. He combines a master’s degree in Information Technology with nearly ten years of business intelligence consulting experience and a proven track record for delivering BI solutions in a variety of industries. He’s the lead author of all three official textbooks dedicated to Web Intelligence, and is an active contributor to SAP’s Idea Place (http://ideas.sap.com). A happily married father of sons Jamie and Hunter, in his off time Jim proclaims himself an avid (beginner) cricket player on the ICE Storm cricket team, a passionate hacker of the golf ball, and a runner (jogger/walker) of frequent (annual) 10Ks in Atlanta.
Heather Sinkwitz is a certified SAP BusinessObjects instructor with over 10 years of business intelligence consulting experience. She gained her expertise while working as a business intelligence consultant, specializing as a certified SAP BusinessObjects instructor and solution provider. She currently dedicates herself to building innovative Business Intelligence solutions using a variety of technologies. A data junkie, she enjoys presenting meaningful information in new and unique ways to aid customers in making informed decisions. She remains actively involved in the BI community through participation in user groups and speaking engagements, both locally in her home state of Arizona or nationally. Currently, Heather is the Analytics and Reporting Product Manager for Trax Technologies (www.traxtech.com).
Dallas Marks is a certified SAP BusinessObjects instructor with over a decade of experience, and is a frequent presenter at SAPPHIRE NOW, ASUG’s SAP BusinessObjects User Conference, and ASUG chapter meetings. He is a principal technical architect and trainer for EV Technologies and an SAP Certified Application Associate for SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence and the Business Intelligence platform. Dallas has worked with SAP BusinessObjects BI tools since 2003 and has implemented solutions for a number of industries, including retail, energy, health care, and manufacturing. He is a frequent speaker at local ASUG chapters, national ASUG, and SAPinsider conferences, and independent SAP BusinessObjects user groups. Dallas holds a master’s degree in computer engineering from the University of Cincinnati. Dallas blogs about various business intelligence topics at http://www.dallasmarks.com/. You can follow him on Twitter at @dallasmarks
Gabriel Orthous is an expert on the SAP BusinessObjects tool suite and has over 10 years of business intelligence experience. He is a population health management and healthcare analytics expert, and a senior consultant for Wellcentive. Gabe has more than 15 years of business analytics managerial and software engineering experience with extensive expertise around business intelligence, financial reporting, and decision analytics. Gabe graduated from Mercer University with a master’s degree in Business Administration and was inducted to the International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma in 2008. In addition, Gabe is chair for the Dashboarding and Visualization Special Interest Group for ASUG, co-chair for ASUG’s Business Objects’ Strategic SIG, and an active member of the Customer Advisory Council, as well as a renowned international speaker.
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Bring your data presentations into focus with this comprehensive guide to SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence. Updated for Webi 4.2, this book will teach you to create, design, and share your reports, while exploring the fundamentals of Webi and its extended
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