Ruben Quinonez enjoys all aspects of advanced analytics, big data, business intelligence, and data warehousing. He has experience defining data strategies and frameworks to integrate analytical platforms with traditional business intelligence environments, as well as over 15 years of experience architecting and supporting high-performance, highly available and scalable information systems. Quinonez has substantial experience architecting, implementing, and supporting business intelligence solutions. Major accomplishments include managing a data science track at AT&T’s 2017 Hackathon, developing a comprehensive business intelligence/data warehousing solution for a subsidiary of First Data Corporation, architecting and managing the business intelligence platform for, architecting the enterprise data warehouse platform for, and designing and implementing the enterprise data management program at Esri.

He has published several papers in the field and has taught at many universities in Southern California, including CGU for the last 20 years. Quinonez is also a founding faculty for CGU’s new Doctor of Technology Program. He holds graduate degrees in Business Administration and Information Systems and a PhD in Information Systems from Claremont Graduate University.

Quinonez, R., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2007) Designing CBT systems with errors in mind: Avoidance, seeding, and tolerance. Journal of Information Technology Education, Volume 6, pp. 65-80.

Quinonez, R. E. (2002). The AMCIS 2002 workshops and panels II: Implementing Java-Based Stored-Procedures in the Oracle Database. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 9, Technical Note 1(September 2002).

Quinonez, R. E. (2002). Evaluating Intranet Implementations. Paper presented at the Eighth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Dallas, TX.

Quinonez, R. E., & Guthrie, R. (2002). Computer Based Training, Computer Self-Efficacy, and Beginning Computing. Paper presented at the Eighth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Dallas, TX.

Quinonez, R. E. (2003). A Comparative Study of Computer Based Training Use. Paper presented at the ISOneWorld, Las Vegas, NV.