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John Shields started working for InfoSol in the summer of 2012 after graduating from Arizona State University with his bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems. He is passionate about web development and data visualization and has taken over the reigns as InfoSol's Champion of Web Presence. Outside of work he enjoys the outdoors and is an avid mountain biker and snowboarder.

BusinessObjects Web Intelligence vs. PowerBI – The Truth from the Trenches Part 3

BusinessObjects vs PowerBI Part 3

Well, this was supposed to only be a 2-part blog (Part 1 and Part 2 ) but there has been such an overwhelming interest and fantastic feedback on the first two parts, that I feel compelled to keep going since the topic is obviously of great interest to many. One of …

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Virtual Speak BO Experience: July 11th-13th

The Virtual Speak BO Experience Running July 11-13

Registering for the Speak BO Experience will give you live access to 3 full live access to 3 days of sessions. You will also get access to the recordings of the available sessions for 120 days after the conference. You will also be able to get BusinesObjects Certified in up …

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IBIS 2022: The Best BusinessObjects Conference of the Year

IBIS 2022 Beyond What is Visible Feature Image

The BEST Dedicated, SAP BusinessObjects Conference on the Planet! If you LOVE BusinessObjects, you will want to attend this conference! A main conference registration will include: 3 Full Days of Everything BO: June 27th-29th at the Five Star, Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain Resort in Tucson, AZ. BO Expert Certification: Get Certified in Webi, …

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Highlighted Session: How Dashboards are Helping International Trade in Renewable Fuel that Replaces Coal in Power Generation

IBIS 2022 Highlighted Session Infosol.com

This presentation will discuss a well-proven and already deployed strategy for decarbonizing part of the power generation sector.  International trade in wood pellet fuel produced from sustainable sources that is used for power generation was almost 23 million metric tonnes in 2021.  This presentation will be complimented by an interactive …

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