Microsoft Business Intelligence and Big Data User Group of New York City presents: Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2013: Empowering users to change their world
Monday, April 8, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2013: Empowering users to change their world
Starting in May 2010, with SQL Server 2008 R2, Microsoft began talking more and more about “Personal BI”. The focus of this discussion was a paradigm shift moving business intelligence from being something a few BI professionals do with a data warehouse to a practice done by Information Workers every day in familiar tools like Microsoft Excel and SharePoint. Over the course of this session we will show you the improvements that Microsoft has made in the 2013 stack to take this new focus from being a “nice idea” to a truly powerful reality. We will explore the improvements made to Excel, PowerPivot & Power View, & Reporting Services. We will explain the underlying technology that makes the new features possible and walk through demos of some of the shinier toys. At the end of the session you will walk away with a better understanding of what is new in 2013 for business intelligence and an extreme desire to build reusable data model that will undoubtedly bring real value to your business.
Presenter: Jason Himmelstein
Jason Himmelstein, MCTS, MCITP, is the SharePoint Practice Director for Sentri, Inc. and has been working with Microsoft Server technologies since 1998 when he was supporting Motorola in Austin, TX. He went to work for the University of Texas for 5 years where he developed expertise in Active Directory and Exchange. He left UT to go on the road doing work for Dell in a partnership with Microsoft doing architecture, design and implementation of Active Directory and Exchange. He started working with SharePoint in 2007 as an Enterprise Architect for Raytheon Company. Today he leads a team of dynamic SharePoint Consultants for Sentri, a four-time Microsoft Partner of the Year.
Jason is the co-author of the upcoming O’Reilly book “Developing Business Intelligence Apps for SharePoint“.
Outside of this crazy working world he is a happily married father of 2 boys and a die-hard Texas Longhorns and San Antonio Spurs fan.
4-8-2013 6:00 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.
Microsoft NYC offices, 1290 Avenue of the Americas, 6th Floor, New York, NY, 10104
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Microsoft Business Intelligence and Big Data User Group of New York City
A community dedicated to the development of expertise in Microsoft BI technologies and related third party products.