Data Warehouse Expert in Extract, Transfer, and Load
A data warehouse expert with extensive extract, transfer, and load experience was needed for a patent infringement case involving data warehousing software solutions, which allow the exchange and storage of information from different databases and enterprise software applications. The extract, transfer, and load process, known as ETL, is a vital part of data warehousing, controlling how data is formatted and loaded into the warehouse.
IMS ExpertServices was asked to locate an expert in data warehousing with knowledge of extract, transfer, and load functions.
This data warehouse expert has been engineering enterprise software, databases, and data management programs for over 40 years. He is considered an industry expert in enterprise software development and data architecture. His broad skills encompass engineering, designing, programming, and implementing business information systems and their databases. He holds advanced degrees in mathematics, has written over 20 books, and has taught at universities around the country. IMS Reference #5030008
This data warehouse expert is a practicing data manager and author of several books on data migration and database architecture. He works in programming languages including XML, Java, and C++ to create metadata definitions for manipulating data. This expert has prior testifying experience as an expert witness in similar matters. He holds a Ph.D. in Information Technology and a Master's degree in Business Information Systems. IMS Reference #5021977
This data warehousing expert has had a long career in data warehousing software and, specifically, Software as a Service packages, or SaaS. Working primarily in theelectronic trading and online lending industry, he has developed data warehousing software for two decades. He holds a Master's degree in Computer Information Systems and an M.B.A. This expert has served as an expert consultant preparing reports and testifying in a prior patent infringement case in electronic trading. IMS Reference #5023888