Meet Omar Mertens, Consulting in Business Intelligence Data Mining and Decision Support Systems Geo-Area US Canada and Europe in Computer Software, Greater Salt Lake City Area.
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– Curriculum Vitae In Detail.doc
– Curriculum Vitae.doc
– Designed And Implemented Remote Dial Up Solution For Clients.doc
– Microsoft Azure (Infrastructure As A Service – Iaas E Platform As A Service – Paas).doc
– Microsoft E-learning.doc
– Microsoft Office 365.ppt
– Strategic Facilities Management.pdf
– U.s. Environmental Protection Agency Otop Technical Operations Procedures And Standards.pdf
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