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Jim Gallo

Hello, again! Hopefully, this blog will be where the rubber meets the road. This is our opportunity to create an interactive dialogue about the subject of Agile BI and to learn from each other's experiences. The focus is on Agile methods as they relate to delivering BI solutions. If you would like to suggest a discussion topic, an article or link, feel free to send me an email at jgallo@iccohio.com.

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Jim isá National Director, Vice President, Business Analytics at Information Control Corporation (ICC), a firm focused on reducing the cost of developing BI solutions. Jim and the ICC team have enabled companies to increase the velocity of their development by adopting Agile methods for BI, with a particular focus on turning theory into reality.

Jim is a recognized expert and has published a number of articles on the practical realities of business intelligence and data warehousing. He is a regular speaker at conferences and industry-related events. He has led a number of large, complex BI projects for Fortune 1000 companies in addition to delivering value to federal and state governments and international clients. For two years in a row, Jim has been named IBM Champion for Information Integration and Federation. He can be reached at jgallo@iccohio.com.

Editor's Note:áMore articles and resources are available ináJim's BeyeNETWORK Expert Channel and blog. Be sure to visit today!

I hope you don't mind, but I've opted to create articles rather than blog posts about the 12 myths.  As I began writing about the first two myths I finally had to admit to myself that the word "terse" in no way reflects my writing style.

My goal is to address each myth in a bi-weekly article starting with today's edition - Myth 1:  Agile BI is radical and new.  Whether you're interested in operational business intelligence, business intelligence for banking, business intelligence for retail, or any other type of business intelligence reporting, I remain convinced that Agile BI is the way to deliver the solution.  Let me know what you think.


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