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IBM Global Business Services (GBS) is a vibrant group of Business, Strategy and Technology professionals, designed specifically to be the source of market-leading Industry consulting, Application and Business process management, supported by the industry's most sophisticated outcome based delivery model,
IBM Global Business Services (GBS) is a vibrant group of Business, Strategy and Technology professionals, designed specifically to be the source of market-leading Industry consulting, Application and Business process management, supported by the industry's most sophisticated outcome based delivery model.
Who You Are:
Responsible for the ETL data integration process, which is accomplished through the use of Informatica PowerCenter and PowerAnalyzer
Perform data object analysis by defining, analyzing, and validating data objects and relationship through the use of advanced SQL/Linux scripting and Informatica toolset.
What you'll do:
Manages and maintains interfaces built with Informatica between operational and external environments to the business intelligence environment.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise:
Data warehousing experienceInformatica PowerCenter design and coding experience
Relational Database concept knowledge (Informatica PowerAnalyzer / SAS design and coding experience an asset
General knowledge of object oriented tools is an asset
Skills include designing and developing extract, transform and load (ETL) processes.
Should have experience in full lifecycle implementation of the technical components of a business intelligence solution.
Experience on application support of a business intelligence solution.
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