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Bryan C. Smith is an architect with Hitachi Consulting, where he implements data warehouse solutions with SQL Server. He also leads Analysis Services and MDX training courses, participates in the Analysis Services forums on MSDN, and is coauthor of Professional SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services.
C. Ryan Clay is a solution architect for Hitachi Consulting, where he develops business solutions based on Microsoft technologies, including OLAP and MDX-based applications. Active in supporting the Microsoft business intelligence community, he’s presented at Microsoft Tech*Ed, SQL PASS, and MSDN events.
Hitachi Consulting, a division of Hitachi Ltd., is a global business and IT consulting firm serving Fortune 2000 companies. It is a leader in developing corporate training and custom solutions for Reporting Services
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