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Nancy Hensley

Nancy Hensley has been in the data warehousing and BI industry for over 19 years. Nancy worked in the early days of enterprise data warehousing, spatial warehousing and executive reporting as a customer in a Fortune 50 company and joined IBM in 1999. In 2004, Nancy lead the team that brought the first IBM data warehouse appliance to market. From her position leading the data warehouse architect team in the field, Nancy moved into the development organization focusing on data warehouse solutions and database technology. Today Nancy works in product marketing and strategy for IBM data warehouse solutions. You can follow Nancy on Twitter @nancykoppdw.

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Warm Sun and a Hot Agenda

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A match made in heaven

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