Yoram Levin

Yoram
Levin

Yoram Levin is the principal of Decision Systems, an Israeli OLAP consulting organization, and leads the OLAP track of the Israeli SQL Server Users Group. He has more than 20 years of experience with decision support systems, Business Intelligence, OLAP, and data warehousing.

Articles
Financial Reporting with Analysis Services 3
Analysis Services lets you create financial reports, but not always in the format your users need. Fortunately, you can learn from other developers. Here’s how one OLAP development team created detailed financial reports for a large banking group.
Customize Time Dimension Member Names 1
Here's how to customize the Time dimension names that the Dimension Wizard generates.
What Time Is It? 1
Use Analysis Services' and OLAP Services' Time dimension and MDX time-aware functions to slice and dice your data by time periods.
The Right Place for Calculated Members 1
Add a special dimension to your cube to hold calculations.

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