Data Warehousing Industry Expert
Larissa Moss is president of Method Focus Inc., a company specializing in improving the quality of business information systems. She has 26 years of IT experience, with a focus on data warehousing for the past 18 years. She frequently speaks at conferences worldwide on the topics of data warehousing, business intelligence, project management, development methodologies, and other information asset management topics, such as enterprise architecture, data integration, and information quality.
In 1991 she self-published her first methodology RSDM 2000, Relational System Development Methodology, Volumes I & II. Since then, she co-authored the books Data Warehouse Project Management, Impossible Data Warehouse Situations, Business Intelligence Roadmap, and Data Strategy. Her articles are frequently published in DM Review, Teradata Magazine, TDWI Journal of Data Warehousing, TDWI Flash Point and the Cutter IT Journal. Her white papers include Organizational and Cultural Barriers to Business Intelligence, Developing BI Decision-Support Applications: Not Business As Usual, Data Quality is Not Optional, and The Importance of Data Modeling as a Foundation for Business Insight.
Her present and past associations include Friends of NCR-Teradata, the IBM Gold Group, the Cutter Consortium, DAMA Los Angeles University of California Polytechnic University Pomona, and has been lecturing for TDWI, DCI, PESG, MIS Training Institute, and the Cutter Consortium. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.