Granted the Microsoft® MVP Award for Microsoft Integration for the fifth consecutive year
West Monroe Partners, a North American business and technology consulting firm, today announced Dan Rosanova, a senior architect in the Technology practice, was granted the Microsoft® MVP Award for Microsoft Integration for the fifth consecutive year.
The Microsoft MVP Award in the Microsoft Integration category is given to exceptional technical leaders in the community who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. Dan is 1 of only 34 in the world recognized by Microsoft as one of the best and brightest in the Microsoft Integration category.
To receive the Microsoft MVP Award, nominees undergo a formal review process. A panel that includes members of the MVP team and Microsoft product groups evaluates each nominee's technical expertise and voluntary community contributions for the past 12 months. Dan provided many answers in community forums, ran a monthly Chicago BizTalk User Group (CBUG), contributed content to Microsoft’s MSDN site, and spoke at multiple conferences about BizTalk, Big Data, and Cloud Computing to receive the accolade.
In 2013 Dan spoke at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, Hadoop Summit Amsterdam, Great Lakes Symposium on Smart Grid and the New Energy Economy, and Big Data TechCon. He was also interviewed by Computer World, Baseline and Forrester Research. Additionally, Dan is speaking in March at BizTalk Summit in London and in April at Big Data Tech Con in Cambridge, MA as he continues to explore techniques for integrating advanced technologies into today’s businesses.
Dan has over fifteen years of experience delivering solutions on Microsoft platforms in the financial services, insurance, banking, utilities, telecommunications, and logistics industries, where he has specialized in high volume and low latency distributed applications and machine learning.