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This portfolio illustrates my exprience in the Business Intelligence arena.

This portfolio illustrates my exprience in the Business Intelligence arena.

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  • Business Intelligence Professional
  • A model of a relational staging area for an OLAP database
  • T-SQL to create a Date Calendar
  • An example of a Pie Chart
  • An example of a Pie Chart
  • An example of a Pie Chart
  • An example of a Pie Chart
  • A KPI that shows the Total Overhead for each Job as a Percent and Status
  • An example of a Pie Chart
  • An example of a Pie Chart
  • An example of a Pie Chart

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    • Business Intelligence
    • Portfolio
    • Marlboro, NJ
    • [email_address]
    • Ph: 732.598.2703
    Lenny Finkel Business Intelligence Professional
    • Data Modeling
    • T-SQL Programming
    • SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)
    • SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS)
    • MDX Programming and KPIs
    • SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)
    • SharePoint and Performance Point Server
    • Introduction: This portfolio illustrates my experience in the Microsoft business intelligence suite of products.
    • Audience: Recruiters, Hiring Managers, Technical and non-Technical professionals.
    • Project Goals: Increase revenue growth, boost sales, optimize performance.
  • A model of a relational staging area for an OLAP database
    • use BookSalesStagingDB
    • declare @startDate DateTime, @EndDate datetime
    • set @StartDate = '1-1-2006'
    • set @EndDate = '12-31-2008'
    • while @StartDate <= @EndDate
    • begin
    • insert into DimDates
    • (ActualDate, WeekEndDate, MonthDescr, QuarterDescr, Year, MonthKey, QuarterKey, ShortWeekEnd, ShortActualDate )
    • values
    • (@StartDate,
    • @StartDate + (7 - datepart(dw,@StartDate)) , -- assumes a Sunday to Saturday business week
    • datename(m,@StartDate) + ' ' + cast(year(@StartDate) as varchar(4)) , -- this will create &quot;March 2006&quot;
    • 'Q' + cast(datepart(qq,@StartDate) as varchar(1)) + ' ' + cast(year(@StartDate) as varchar(4)) , -- this will create &quot;Q3 2006&quot;
    • Year(@StartDate) , -- 2006
    • cast(year(@StartDate) as varchar(4)) + '-' +
    • case when datepart(m,@StartDate) < 10 then '0' else '' end +
    • cast(datepart(m,@StartDate) as varchar(2)) , -- &quot;2006-12&quot; or &quot;2006-01&quot;
    • cast(year(@StartDate) as varchar(4)) + '-' + cast(datepart(qq,@StartDate) as varchar(1)),
    • '',''
    • T-SQL to create a Date Calendar
    • An ETL process that converts Excel spreadsheets, performs Client Lookups, using Conditional Splits, Updates the Database.
    • An ETL process that handles Database maintenance tasks, executes a Master package, and Sends Emails upon Success or Failure.
    • This MDX query retrieves and calculates the total costs, the total profit, and total profit %, for each individual job.
    • With member [TotalCosts] as
    • Sum( {[Total Labor Cost], [Total Material Cost], [Total Overhead]} )
    • member [TotalProfit] as
    • Sum( { [Total Labor Profit], [Total Material Profit], [Additional Labor Profit] } )
    • member [ProfitPct] as
    • ([TotalProfit] / ([TotalCosts] + [TotalProfit] ) ), format_string = 'percent'
    • Select { [TotalCosts], [TotalProfit], [ProfitPct]} on columns,
    • nonempty ( {[Job Master].[Description],
    • [Job Master].[Description].children } ) on Rows
    • From [All Works Cube]
    MDX code to retrieve and calculate the total costs, the total profit, and total profit %, for each individual job.
  • A KPI that shows the Total Overhead for each Job as a Percent, and Status.
    • An example of a Sales Pie Chart
    • An example of a Trend Chart using KPIs
    • Performance Point Server – Employee Labor Analysis Chart