Tag Archives: Tony Tauro

What Does Revenue Recognition Really Mean?

May 31, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects What does the term “revenue recognition” actually mean? Companies sell things. The money that organizations get from selling things is called “revenue.” The question becomes at what point in the sales cycle does that money become revenue?  That’s when revenue is “recognized.”  Is it… When the customer sends the company…   Read More


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Three Big BI Market Drivers to Watch for The Rest of 2017 and Beyond

May 24, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects In 2017, we’ve seen an expansion of business intelligence’s (BI’s) scope, changes in consumption, and shifts in the roles of BI consumers and creators. Traditional and fundamental BI practices and processes, however, remain more important than ever. As a result, the three major market drivers of BI trends so far…   Read More


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Getting Started with The Oracle Node.js Connector

January 25, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects In an earlier blog post , we offered a brief introduction to Node.js and a few use cases. Now, let’s get our paws dirty and use Node.js to run SQL against an Oracle database. Setup Development Environment First, the prerequisites. The official github site has a complete list but here’s the gist (for a Windows machine): Install Python 2.7 (it needs to be…   Read More


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