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Paul te Braak

 

Paul te Braak is the principle consultant of abaX Data and has over a decade of experience in delivering reporting and business intelligence solutions across a variety of verticals.  This experience includes systems auditing, planning and business simulation models that predict activity through heuristic rules imbedded into the model.  He holds several qualifications including MCT, CA, MIT, MComm.

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Brisbane SQL Saturday 08 Jul 2014
SQL Saturday in Brisbane is Back!! Im happy to announce that we are concreting arrangements for a Brisbane SQL Saturday .. its simply the best way to get SQL Server and BI training from some of Australia’s (and perhaps some international) best trainers and consultants.  Of course, the great thing ...

Flawless Excel in Business Intelligence 02 Jul 2014
Somewhat prompted by some recent posts about the inherent error associated with Excel as a BI tool (and more importantly how some magical tool solves this problem) I thought I’d discuss Excel as a BI tool. In-fact, it’s one of my favourite pondering points “what role should Excel ...

Packt’s 10 Year Celebration 01 Jul 2014
Usually, the cost of IT & reference books is … well pricey to say the least.  Unfortunately, if you wait for a sale, you save some cash but end up with old tech books. Well luckily Packt Publishing is having a 10 year celebration.  No e-book over $10.  If you are in the market, it might be ...

Extracting Connection Information from Pivot Tables 25 Jun 2014
Extracting Connection Information from Pivot Tables It’s pretty easy to add pivot tables to worksheets – even easier to add them when the source is a cube. However there are a couple of ways to go about adding them which could make your life easier – that’s one of the things we look at ...

SQL Saturday Lisbon Portugal 15 Apr 2014
Originally posted on Paul Turley's SQL Server BI Blog:We’re on our way home from Lisbon, Portugal after speaking at SQL Saturday #267.? Having had the pleasure to attend and speak at quite a few SQL Saturday events over the years, I’ve never seen a group of event organizers work so tirelessly ...