Developer - MicroStrategy - BI

Company Name:
Verity Professionals

This industry leader in Retail Analytics was also voted one of Atlanta's Best Places to Work.
Seeking a strong MicroStrategy Developer for a contract or contract-to-perm
MicroStrategy Developer - Advanced MSTR Development - 6+ months
Skills: MSTR / MicroStrategy Developer, SQL, SQL Scripts, report writing, database concepts, software implementation OR business intelligence/data warehouse,
This is a great opportunity to advance your skills while contributing to MicroStrategy Development projects for this leading analytics software company. Recently voted as Best in Atlanta, this organization is positioned as one of the leading MicroStrategy teams in the city. You'll work on a variety of projects - key responsibilities will be report writing and dashboard development using the latest and greatest MicroStrategy tools and technology.
Bring your MicroStrategy leadership to the table and hit the ground running. Will consider candidates with preference for contract or contract-to-perm - fit into the position that works best for you.
Required Skills:
2+ years of MicroStrategy Development experience - including reports and dashboards
Experience in database technology and SQL - strong SQL and SQL Scripts is ideal
Experience working with external customers/clients
Experience with either package software implementation OR business intelligence/data warehouse
Debugging and troubleshooting skills
Database Concepts - Performance Tuning is a plus
Knowledge of data warehousing and business intelligence applications (MicroStrategy, Pentaho preferred)
Experience with Netezza, Teradata, Oracle and SQL Server is a plus
Knowledge of retail business would be a ideal!

Keyword Skills: Business Intelligence (BI), database technology, SQL development, MicroStrategy, Netezza, Teradata, Oracle and SQL Server

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