Mark McDanielSenior Solutions Architect

Mr. McDaniel brings to Perficient clients the expertise and experience acquired during his 15 year tenure as Sr. Business Analytics leader at The Boeing Company, where he demonstrated a string of successful Enterprise Business Analytics implementations that delivered tens of millions of ROI $ and garnered wide recognition from industry thought leaders. He led the first global implementation of Cognos 10 in 2010. From 2011-2015 he was one of only 69 people worldwide recognized by IBM as IBM Business Analytics Champions. His area of specialization in the Perficient practice is Business Analytics for Large Enterprise Health Care Providers where he spends most of his time.

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COGNOS IS BACK!

Setup: This article is for those of you who like me, have lamented and long suffered the downturn that Cognos endured beginning with the introduction of Cognos 11.0.2 in May 2016. To set the stage, I led the first global implementation of Cognos 10 in 2010.  I was a Cognos evangelist.  I appeared with then […]

Why You Need to Upgrade to Cognos Analytics 11.1.7

Resource constraints require Enterprise software customers to pick appropriate upgrade candidates from the stream of new versions that software vendors generate.  We advise our clients to select upgrade candidates carefully, and only when a version contains either significant new features with business impact or a substantial body of fixes that improves user productivity and rationalizes […]

What’s New in Cognos Analytics 11.1.4?

New Features The new features that we have judged to have the greatest potential impact to our customers are covered below. As with any new version, there are too many new features to cover here.  If you see something that interests you and would like to explore how it might help you please contact us […]

Why You Need to Upgrade to Cognos Analytics Version 11.1.3

Resource constraints require Enterprise software customers to pick appropriate upgrade candidates from the stream of new versions that software vendors generate.  We advise our clients to select upgrade candidates carefully, and only when a version contains either significant new features with business impact or a substantial body of fixes that improves user productivity and rationalizes […]

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