Posted by: kurtsh | February 27, 2009

TRAINING: “Dashboard in a Day” utilizing Microsoft® Office SharePoint 2007 with PerformancePoint Services – Irvine, CA, March 16th

image Learn how MOSS 2007 with PerformancePoint Services supports a collaborative dashboarding environment while working in teams to utilize the Dashboard Designer to build out a scalable-interactive “Dashboard in a Day”.

By attending this FREE Hands-On Lab, you will:

  • Use what you own:  Learn how your investment in Microsoft SharePoint now also gives you PerformancePoint Services for free.
  • Learn how to build end-to-end dashboard and scorecards that are centrally defined and deployed for the organization to consume corporate data.
  • Become familiar with how PerformancePoint Services can bring together the power of the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack to your corporate portal
  • Leverage your experience and collaborate with your peers to build out an interactive corporate dashboard

Who Should Attend:
This is an hands-on lab provides both hands on learning lab and a team collaboration environment for business analysts, report authors, financial analysts, and financial controllers who are:

  • possess a basic understanding of dashboarding and scorecarding
  • are interested in creating scalable portals in a team environment
  • are considering or planning to deploy KPI’s for scorecarding with contextual analytical reports for an interactive dashboard experience

Prerequisites:
To get the most from this course, you will need an understanding of reporting, dashboarding and scorecarding.

Date/Time:
Monday, March 16, 2009 9:00 AM – Monday, March 16, 2009 3:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Welcome Time: 8:30 AM

Location:
Microsoft Office – Irvine
3 Park Plaza
Suite 1600 Irvine California 92614
United States

Registration: 
If you are interested in attending and are a customer of mine, please contact me for registration information – there is a password that is required.  Only registered individuals will be allowed into the lab:  NO WALK INS WILL BE ALLOWED.

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