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Book by Rensselaer Lally School Faculty Serves as Resource to Make Data More Efficient in Business

  Dr. Pindaro Demertzoglou
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Pindaro Demertzoglou, lecturer and senior systems administrator, Rensselaer Lally School of Management
 

As the demand for data in business and the ability to obtain, analyze, and share it grows, resources that showcase how a user can accomplish those tasks more efficiently are needed.

The book titled, Microsoft Access SQL Comprehensive Version 2010 (AlphaPress), by Pindaro Demertzoglou, lecturer and senior systems administrator at the Rensselaer Lally School of Management, was written with this purpose in mind.

The book is plentiful with case studies from real life projects and exercises and written for the student learning Microsoft Access SQL, based on Demertzoglou’s 14 years of experience of teaching information systems and operations management. The published work is conducive to a classroom environment, but applicable to interested individuals or businesses.

“This book is a reflection of a topic that I have enjoyed immensely during my years of teaching, and is a skill in demand by business students and the marketplace,” said Demertzoglou. “The ability to retrieve, analyze, and understand data can make businesses more efficient – ideally allowing them more time to focus on other value-added activities.” 

The book’s approach is very comprehensive as it takes the reader from the basics of Microsoft Access SQL and develops them to the level of a skilled professional who can use databases resourcefully for real business tasks.  The work can also be used by those who work with the exchange of data, conduct data mining, or do online analytical processing.

“I wanted to assist students in becoming SQL experts,” said Demertzoglou. “I included a multitude of case studies and exercises on real business scenarios so students can appreciate the strengths of SQL and be competitive in the job market.”

  Microsoft Access SQL Comprehensive Version 2010
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by Dr. Pindaro Demertzoglou

Pindaro has worked on hundreds of business databases and operational systems for the last 19 years, and continues to work with data information processing, integration, and dissemination. He has both practical and academic experience in technology management, and works with commercial and non-profit organizations. In his classes, students have the opportunity to work on real projects with small and big corporations to gain valuable experience and exposure in the business world.

Demertzoglou’s principal research efforts have been in the area of technology adoption in organizations. His ongoing research is focused on both stage and factor models in relation to commercial and open source databases.

Demertzoglou earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the American College of Thessaloniki, his master’s degree in management and MBA from Rensselaer, and his doctoral degree in information science from the State University of New York at Albany.  

 

Published: November 14, 2012

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