Conquering Supply Chain Data Disparity

Conquering Supply Chain Data Disparity

Many manufacturing and distribution companies are trying to leverage data in order to solve a variety of business problems. Some companies are focused on improving delays or inaccuracies in order fulfillment. Some are trying to consolidate logistics spend or improve forecast accuracy; while others look to streamline inventory levels and more efficiently store product.…

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New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 2: Investing in the Already Mature Multidimensional Model

New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 2: Investing in the Already Mature Multidimensional Model

I recently attended Microsoft’s quarterly Minnesota BI User Group Meeting, and I particularly enjoyed learning from Will Weber (a Data Platform Solution Architect at Microsoft) about their upcoming release of SQL Server 2016. This is the second installment in a blog series that will summarize the various additions and enhancements that Microsoft is introducing to their BI stack from the...

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New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 1: A Much Needed Facelift for the Tabular Model

New in SQL Server 2016 – Part 1: A Much Needed Facelift for the Tabular Model

I recently attended Microsoft’s quarterly Minnesota BI User Group Meeting, and I particularly enjoyed learning from Will Weber (a Data Platform Solution Architect at Microsoft) about their upcoming release of SQL Server 2016. This blog series will summarize the various additions and enhancements that Microsoft is introducing to their BI stack from the perspective of a BI developer.…

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From the Windy City to the Twin Cities – Transferring within West Monroe

Since starting my career at West Monroe Partners in June 2013, I always imagined I might transfer to another office – I just didn’t think it would happen this soon. On April 1st, I officially joined the Minneapolis office. After 21 months at our corporate headquarters in Chicago, it was time for me to start the next chapter of my personal and professional journey.…

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Technology Case Competitions: How to Evaluate the Ideal Technology Consultant

Many universities and companies sponsor case competitions on campuses nationwide.  These competitions typically range from business strategy case competitions to ‘hackathons’ (a pure coding competition).  While both of these competitions evaluate a contestant’s problem solving abilities, neither of them evaluates a candidate’s technological prowess and business skills simultaneously.  It is...

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