SAPexperts Explains “Ultimate 2013 BI Developer Survival Skillset Guide”
Dedham, Massachusetts – January 14, 2014
Dedham, MA – SAPexperts posted a new video to its BI hub, “Ultimate 2013 BI Developer Survival Skillset Guide”.
BI adoption rates continue to decline -- but this doesn't have to be the case for your team. Explore the new skills your BI team must have: Developer superior communication. This video focuses on how to learn to think mobile first -- and develop apps with that mindset. Deploy rapidly -- or not at all. Consider user adoption as your only KPI for success.
The video is located at:
Ultimate 2013 BI Developer Survival Skillset Guide (BI 2013)
About the Author:
Mico Yuk is best known as the founder of EverythingXcelsius.com and the Xcelsius Gurus Network. She’s also the co-founder of the consulting firm Benchmarkers Business Intelligence, which specializes in SAP BusinessObjects implementations and training. Following her real passion, she launched the BI Dashboard Formula in June 2012, an online training series that focuses on how to manage the shift of BI from an IT to a business function. She also spends her time as a BI influencer traveling around the world keynoting and speaking at some of the biggest BI conferences and meeting SAP and customer executives to discuss the trends and evolution of BI. She has implemented executive dashboards for SAP BusinessObjects Global Services clients such as Allstate, Pfizer, Aviva Canada, McKesson, Ryder Logistics, the U.S. Air Force, Medtronics, and Schering Plough. Other accomplishments include being named as one of the Top 50 Analytics Bloggers to follow by SAP and being a featured panelist at the Miami Chamber Commerce Technology Seminar. She is also a technical advisor to SAPexperts’ sister site, BusinessObjects Expert. To find out more about Mico, please visit http://micoyuk.com.
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