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Qonnections 2019

Greg Anderson

Senior Architect, Analytic Data Services, PayPal

Speaker Bio

Greg Anderson is a noted Business Intelligence Architect with 20 years of experience developing enterprise data models in healthcare, finance, and education. He has designed and studied transactional data stores, dimensional data models, unstructured data stores that defy classification, and the analytical processes required to generate insights from each.

Greg has worked with Fortune 500 companies, independent software vendors, consulting groups, and cross-industry standards development associations. He leverages his experience as a software designer to improve Business Intelligence strategies through a strong emphasis on requirements analysis and a stubborn insistence on managing BI solution development as a complete software product management lifecycle.

Greg is currently at PayPal as a Senior BI Architect. He designs and maintains the architecture for Global Business Intelligence. Greg develops and promotes best practice standards for BI solution architecture, insight modeling, and data literacy guidelines to bridge the divide between analysts and experts.

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