Ashish Adhikari, Developer in Kathmandu, Central Development Region, Nepal
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Ashish Adhikari

Verified Expert  in Engineering

Database Developer

Kathmandu, Central Development Region, Nepal
Toptal Member Since
June 29, 2021

Ashish is a database developer experienced in all stages of a project, from inception to post-live support. He excels with data warehousing, database design and implementation, and the use of data sources such as RMS and RA. He automated an inventory replenishment process with a Bash script that provided the client with an Oracle BIP report. Ashish has also created packages for ETL processes and assisted the implementation of data-level security and user-level security reports.



Preferred Environment

Windows 10, PyCharm, Databases, Batch Scripting

The most amazing...

...project I've worked on is an inventory/order management platform for a client, which reduced overstock and understock cases in the company.

Work Experience

Senior Software Engineer

2018 - PRESENT
LIS Nepal, Pvt.
  • Developed a custom inventory management system to prevent an overstock and understock situation in the client's inventory, saving a large amount of inventory space and capital.
  • Served as the technical consultant to provide optimal reporting solutions that assisted with inventory automation.
  • Performed tuning, script development, data validation, and report development to supports clients’ request of automating the replenishment process.
  • Provided feedback to the client about enhancing the usability of new and existing analytical reports.
  • Managed a team of four to develop batch scripts, database tables, and MicroStrategy reports. The task required ensuring proper communication and teamwork between ETL and reporting resources to ensure development of proper BI reports and the dashboard.
Technologies: Bash Script, Python, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g (OBIEE), Oracle BIP, Snowflake, Oracle SQL Developer, Data Marts, Data Modeling, Reporting, Data Analytics, Data Visualization, ETL, SQL, Data Warehousing, Dashboards, Reports, Business Intelligence (BI), Subversion (SVN), HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)


2016 - 2018
LIS Nepal, Pvt.
  • Designed and developed analytical decisions supporting dashboards for the upper management of the organization.
  • Designed and developed efficient Extract Transform Load (ETL) scripts.
  • Fixed and updated existing reports and dashboards that weren't being used due to previously improper development.
Technologies: Bash Script, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g (OBIEE), Oracle BIP, Subversion (SVN)

Simplification of ETL Architecture

A Python-based ETL architecture. I was the back-end developer tasked with simplifying the ETL process. The original process required creating a new Python script for new extracts or load procedures. Working with other team members, we modified the entire ETL procedure to work on the existing libraries while removing the requirement of having a separate script for each process. The entire ETL process was parameterized such that changing any existing procedure or creating new ones could be done based on parameters. By doing this, not only was the redundancy created by having similar scripts reduced, but it also gave an opportunity for people without any knowledge of Python to create new ETL scripts.

Automatic Inventory Replenishment

A Bash script along with an Oracle BIP report. Working alongside a business analyst and client representative, my task was to develop a Bash script to automate the inventory replenishment process. This project required us to develop a script based on client input parameters to scan the inventory, recent sales trends, and currently ordered quantity of any given product within the company to recommend whether a new order would need to be created in the next replenishment cycle and if so, how much should be ordered. Similarly, a report was generated to provide clients with information and suggest if any of their products would be a good fit for this replenishment model. We developed a mathematical formula that would help predict how the automatic product replenishment would behave for any particular item. Based on this prediction, we added further modules to recommend to the client if the given item would be a good fit for the new replenishment model or not. All this information would be provided to the client in an Oracle BIP report.
2011 - 2015

Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering

Kathmandu University - Dhulikhel, Kavre, Nepal


PyCharm, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g (OBIEE), Microsoft Power BI, Subversion (SVN), HP Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)


Bash Script, Snowflake, SQL, Python


ETL, Business Intelligence (BI)


Databases, Oracle SQL Developer


Windows 10, Scripting, Oracle BIP, Data Marts, Data Modeling, Reporting, Data Analytics, Data Visualization, Data Warehousing, Dashboards, Reports

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