Neil Raden

Neil Raden is the founder of Hired Brains, a research and advisory firm in the BI industry. In the past, he’s been a mathematician, an actuary, a software developer, a DSS consultant, and a founder of a SI doing DSS/Data warehousing/BI. He has almost 30 years experience, is a widely published writer, well-known speaker, and consultant.

He has personally designed over 100 data warehouses and implemented dozens of large analytical applications in finance, marketing, distribution, logistics, actuarial, scientific, statistical, consumer products and more.  He has written and/or contributed to three books:

“Smart (Enough) Systems,” Prentice Hall, 2007
“2008 BPM and Workflow Handbook,” Future Strategies, 2008 (contrib.)
“Planning and Designing the Data Warehouse,” Prentice Hall, 1996

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