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Business Intelligence Book Review (part 1)

, 23 Nov 2012 CPOL
For a bit of variety, I am going to start posting the occasional blog based on the most common questions I receive from readers.  This first blog in the (potential) series is in response to the repeated question I get … Continue reading →

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JasonDove
Scry Business Intelligence
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Jason Dove is a senior consultant at Scry Business Intelligence and instructor who has specialised in Crystal Reports and Business Intelligence his entire career, utilising it for everything, from selling paint to counter-terrorism. He has provided Business Intelligence consultancy for some of the world’s leading companies and is currently making the same service available to smaller businesses. He is also the author of 'Crystal Reports Formulas Explained', a step by step guide to creating and using formulas for the industry leading BI reporting software.

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