Understand the Reporting, Planning, and Analysis Options within the Central Finance Function

  • by David Dixon, Partner Principal, TruQua Enterprises
  • June 29, 2015

Learn about the new architecture options that come with SAP Central Finance.  

David Dixon

David Dixon is a partner principal at TruQua Enterprises. He is part of a high-powered team with SAP product development roots saving projects and delivering unmatched enterprise-scale solutions to SAP problems through product insight, expertise and innovation. He is a featured worldwide speaker at ASUG and SAPinsider conferences (including SAPinsider's Business Planning and Consolidation [BPC] seminar). He was also the only third-party expert featured at SAP's "BPC MEGA Elite" training his competitors on EPM 10.0 and the 2012 SAPPHIRE deep dive on SAP BPC and HANA.

He was an FI/CO platinum consultant before he left SAP in 1999 to help form an SAP Business Warehouse consultancy start-up that was acquired in 2004, which in turn, was acquired in 2007 for the SAP practice and culture that David built. Thereafter, David built overnight SAP BPC practices at other companies.

David is not only an executive and practicing consultant but a hands-on developer since his earliest days with SAP. His skills cross functional and technical domains as well as SAP and non-SAP. He has worked with SAP's development team in Walldorf and Palo Alto on numerous occasions in support of applications and initiatives in the Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence space. He continues to have active and personal ties with SAP's product and solution organizations. He has extensive project experience in implementing complicated global solutions for Fortune 100 companies and is an internationally recognized speaker at various SAP forums and conferences.


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