Did you know we have an amazing group of local people on the ground in Seattle anxiously awaiting your arrival in the Emerald City? The Seattle Street Team is here to help you experience the best of what Seattle has to offer from an insider’s perspective. Team members have been diligently updating us with facts about the area and places we need to check out, as well as spreading the word that ODTUG is descending upon the area June 22-26. Meet the crew, hear what they are looking forward to at Kscope14, and find out why you need to attend this year.
Amy is a Hyperion Planning/Essbase consulting specialist with over sixteen years of experience in the areas of accounting, finance, and information technology. She has provided both internal and external Hyperion support to companies for the last eleven-plus years and spends her time preaching the Hyperion gospel to pretty much anyone who will listen.
Janice is a seasoned professional with twenty-five years of experience in the areas of application software, consulting services, and business intelligence. She has broad experience with packaged ERP applications and business intelligence solutions. Janice is vice president at Mo'mix Solutions and is responsible for strategic business strategies, alliances, and business development. Mo'mix Solutions' mission is to serve clients who need enhanced insight into their organizations to improve performance and transparency. Technology is used to increase access to information, strengthen workforce and financial management, and achieve efficient reporting.
Prior to Mo’mix Solutions, Janice held the position of vice president of the Oracle practice at Ciber. During her seven-year tenure in that position, she was responsible for all aspects of operations, service delivery, and business development. The practice delivered services across all product lines for government and commercial business.
Janice has worked with many government, higher education, and commercial clients helping them to solve their strategic business challenges. Her primary focus at Mo’mix is to facilitate innovation and change within government, working in partnership with her clients.
Debbie Gollnick, Gollnick, Inc.
Debbie has been doing Oracle development for twenty-two years with the last fourteen as an independent consultant. She has worked across many industries in both private and public sectors, certified in using traditional Oracle development tools. She is on the Kscope14 Conference Committee representing the Seattle Street Team. She is a Kscope14 abstract reviewer on the Building Better Software tract and is a recent graduate of ODTUG’s Leadership Program.
Outside of her career, Debbie coached women’s basketball at the high school, college, and pro levels and is a certified standup paddleboard instructor. She is an avid runner and hiker with a trek to Mount Everest Base Camp and has summited Mount Rainier twice. She currently resides in Seattle.
Jon serves as an EPM practice lead at eCapital Advisors, a Minneapolis-based consulting firm specializing in EPM/BI solutions and managed services. Jon is both a functional and technical expert holding a BS in management of information systems from Iowa State University and an MBA in finance from Carlson School of Management. He has been working with Hyperion and Oracle database products for nine years and is an Oracle Certified Expert in both Hyperion Planning and Essbase.
Jon has successfully delivered several Hyperion implementation and development projects for a variety of industries including health care, consumer products, retail, and gaming. In addition to project delivery, Jon is also passionate about educating and teaching clients and team members about how to apply technology to drive business value within organizations.
Jason Jones is a pretty hardcore Essbase and Hyperion nerd. He worked for years in the grocery industry in all positions, including working nights for several years. As fate would have it, one day he went from stacking cans on shelves to stacking data in cubes and has never looked back. He particularly enjoys the intersection of Essbase, programming, and mobile devices.
Cameron McClurg, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Cameron was born and raised in Seattle. As a lifelong Seattle sports fan, he’s felt the thrill of a Seahawks Super Bowl victory only to come crashing down to the agony of a renewed Mariners season. He has fifteen years of experience implementing ERP and EPM solutions for companies in Seattle and around the world. He is currently serving as Hyperion lead at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.
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