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Posts Tagged ‘Power View’

Getting Started with Power BI, pt. 3

Last week, I posted part two of our Power BI Primer series discussing administration of Power BI Sites and user permissions.  Today, we’re bringing you Part Three. If you are an Office365 customer, then you have almost certainly heard about (if not seen) Power BI. The cloud-based analytics and collaboration platform from Microsoft has some […]

Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare with O365 & Power BI Webinar Recap

Last week, we had our Microsoft last business intelligence focused webinar of the year, “Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare: Leveraging Power BI and Office 365 to Make Smarter Business Decisions.”  Heidi Rozmiarek, Assistant Director of IT Development for UnityPoint Health, spoke, along with our Microsoft BI team, on implementing an analytics platform in a hybrid environment.  […]

Webinar Recap & Replay: Building a Better Healthcare Dashboard

Yesterday, Perficient and Microsoft teamed up for the webinar, “Building the Better Healthcare Dashboard.” Joseph Paranteau, Principal Platform Solution Specialist at Microsoft, and Martin Sizemore, Healthcare Principal at Perficient, joined together to take a look at the business side of key performance indicators, and show attendees how Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and Sharepoint 2013 deliver […]

SQL Server 2012 Provides New BI Capabilities

Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (Code Name Denali) was just released. It has a new Business Intelligence (BI) edition, a new licensing model, and some new BI features that business users as well as developers should find interesting. Users will be happy to find that Microsoft has moved a step closer to true self service BI […]

Ad-hoc reporting with SQL Server 2012

As the virtual launch of SQL Server 2012 draws near, I receive more and more requests for demos. This doesn’t really surprise me however considering the new enhancements really do show well. So in an effort to spread the mindshare here is a nice overview of the ad-hoc reporting capabilities of PowerPivot and Power View. […]

2012 Microsoft Self-Service BI

Expanding on “Microsoft BI –No More Excuses”, I recently updated Denali SQL 2012 (Community Technology Preview CTP3) on my demo machine to work with Microsoft’s latest Self-Service BI (SSBI) tools. The result is a MS 2012 Denali SSBI demo and presentation available now from Perficient’s National MS BI team. Below are the highlights of the full blog […]