I am dedicated to achieve professional excellence, career progression and personal development by working in a learning environment that encourages growth and enriches my experiences.
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ETL-Tools, Data Warehouse, Talend, Informatica BI, Business Objects, SQL, HTML
As an SE my role is to build Re-useable solutions and learn new tools and technologies, I work as an ETL Resource and Involved in development, execution and automation of mappings/workflows.
Taken initiative to perform tech arch in warranty support so I am also...
Sep 20, 2012|Other IT & Programming|$0|Completed
Jul 19, 2012|Other IT & Programming|$0|Completed
Project: Pfizer ESI
Description: Pfizer, as a part of its Engine for Sustainable Innovation (ESI) program to dramatically increase R&D productivity, is moving to a multi-Clinical Research Organization (CRO) strategic partner operating model for much of its clinical trial operations, and intends to allow partners to use their own clinical applications to conduct studies on Pfizers behalf. This approach will significantly reduce the transactional computing footprint within Pfizers Development Operations organization.
The Clinical Aggregation Layer (CAL) program will:
Develop, implement and maintain an aggregated, integrated computing environment made up of clinical, operational and unstructured data content, and external data housed in an industry-standard clinical hosted environment.
Provide capability of offering timely and accurate responses to corporate, partner, regulatory and legal requests for information within the clinical, scientific and operational domains.
Deliver using a phased approach to quickly establish the most critical functionality to support the initial goals of the ESI program.
Prepare Detailed Designs to Develop Informatica Mappings based on functional requirements for a release in the Life Science frame work.
Migration of Informatica Code from Development Environment to Test.
Testing the code developed from the development perspective.
Insuring high quality code for self and as...
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