Project circumstances change and so does the reporting requirements. Project Server 2013 not only provides reporting tools to create and distribute Traditional or Analytical reports but also empower users to generate ad-hoc reports based on unplanned requirements.
PowerView is an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience that encourages intuitive ad-hoc reporting. Data enthusiasts can build data models in PowerPivot for Excel 2013, which can then be used as the basis for Pivot Tables, PivotCharts and PowerView Reports.
By exploring the capabilities of PowerView & PowerPivot along with Excel, in this session we’ll learn how Project, Program and Portfolio managers can analyse, track and gain insights into their project or portfolio progress and forecast future performance. With no programming experience, users can uncover information hidden behind complex data models and can easily share their findings with rest of the organization.
To enable Project users to create and analyse reports using Excel Powerview 2013 based on evolving requirements.
Attendees will be equipped with better knowledge of user friendly reporting options available in the new Project Platform.
Hammad has been a technical consultant, trainer and pre-sales specialist for Microsoft SharePoint and Project Server for more than six years. During this time, he has had the chance to deliver many Enterprise Project Management and Collaboration solutions to medium/large organisations. Most of his customers were government and finance organisations.
Hammad is currently based in Canberra, working for EPM Partners, a Gold certified Microsoft Partner in Australia. EPM Partners specialises solely on the design, configuration, deployment, user-training and support of Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solutions based upon Microsoft's EPM product suite.
Along with his wealth of experience, Hammad holds all the credentials.
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