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Posts Tagged ‘Power View’

AdventureWorks, User Adoption, and Self-Service BI Projects

User adoption is critical to the overall success of any IT project…but that goes double for self-service BI projects because at the end of the project the users will be expected to actually use the tools to generate their own BI (reports, dashboards, scorecards, analysis) and facilitate fact-based decision making […]

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Interacting With Live Data via Power View During a Presentation: Worth the Risk?

Over the past few months I’ve delivered a few presentations for current clients (and potential leads) covering the “Sharepoint BI Portal”. The presentation is very demo-heavy and focuses on the self-service capabilities of the Micrsoft 2012 BI stack when integrated with Sharepoint 2010 and built upon a well constructed BI […]

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Robert Frost and Pie Charts

Earlier this year, Microsoft released an incredible self-service reporting and presentation tool called Power View (with SQL Server 2012).  It’s highly interactive, has excellent visualizations, and I could go on and on about the value it adds to businesses currently leveraging the Microsoft BI stack.  Instead, I’d like to point out […]

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