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Monday, April 6, 2015

Armanino’s Rob Wunderlich Named to Qlik Luminaries for 2015

Posted by Armanino Dynamics Team

Rob Wunderlich - Qlik Luminaries 2015

Each year QlikView announces their list of the top influencers (Qlik luminaries) in the Qlik business intelligence community. We are excited to share that the Qlik Luminary Class of 2015 included Armanino’s Rob Wunderlich!

The Luminary Program brings together the crème of the crop of Qlik partners, customers, and enthusiasts. Qlik notes “With deep drive, passion and expertise, Qlik Luminaries champion our vision for self-service BI and its potential to make transformative discoveries.”

To be selected to the list of the top 50 influential Qlik luminaries, one must be an innovator and expert, must be an active, regular member of the Qlik community, and demonstrate a willingness to share best practices and knowledge throughout industry events.

Rob embodies this spirit of a Qlik Luminary with his consistent dedication to engaging with the Qlik community in a multitude of ways. Through his Qlik Cookbook blog, Rob shares tips and tricks for utilizing QlikView to enhance your business processes. Coming up in May, Rob will be one of the featured presenters at the Qlik Masters Summit in San Francisco, where he will present business intelligence best practices through hands-on sessions.

Armanino is very proud to count Rob on our Dynamic Insights team combining QlikView alongside Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems and PrecisionPoint’s data warehouse for a robust reporting and analytics package.

Congratulations, Rob, on this tremendous honor to be named a Class of 2015 Qlik Luminary!


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