Antech Diagnostics - Success in Essbase with 2 Billion Record Lab Data
Collaborate14 Webinar Series: Did you miss the session Antech Diagnostics - Success in Essbase™ with 2 Billion Record Lab Database?
Join us as we present the Collaborate14 Webinar Series featuring conference sessions held in Las Vegas and now aired virtually, in the convenience of your office. If your organization produces high-volume transactional data, web, or call activity and needs to better analyze this operational data, this webinar is for you!
On April 8 at Collaborate, Antech’s David Decker and Key Performance Ideas’ Daniel Poon shared how Antech, a diagnostic services provider for more than 19,000 animal hospitals throughout North America, built a robust platform that consolidates and enhances data required for Lab Results Analysis to complement their Oracle® Data warehouse. This session reviewed how Antech designed a multidimensional database that accommodates the aggregation and analysis of Lab Results by various dimensions including Species, Breed, Profile, Clinic, Geo, Unit and Test Code.
Register today for the live webinar and hear the session you missed in Las Vegas. Learn how Essbase can solve reference range calculations and how to leverage dimensional members and ASO calculation scripts.
Time: 2pmET, 1pmCT, 11amPT
Location: Convenience of your office
David Decker, Antech Diagnostics
David is the Director of Information Systems at Antech and started the initiative showcased on this webinar with Dr. David Aucoin, CTO of Antech. David has more than 10 years of experience in business intelligence with an emphasis on Oracle databases, software, and integration.
Daniel Poon, Key Performance Ideas
Daniel is an Oracle Hyperion certified consultant with more than 20 years of experience in successfully implementing and optimizing Oracle EPM solutions for domestic and international organizations. He has an Australian CPA and MBA from the University of Technology-Sydney, and worked as a Financial Analyst, Finance Management and IT Director.
Posted on Mon, April 28, 2014
by Anne Stein