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TechFuse 2010 – May 6 Bloomington, MN

Posted by denglishbi on March 10, 2010

Are you ready for a full day of learning? Well you are in luck, coming up in a couple of months is the TechFuse 2010 event in Bloomington, MN.  Plus this year my application to speak at the event was accepted, so even better.  I have the only Business Intelligence related topic too, so I am anticipating a good turnout.  If you register before April 10 you get a $50 discount.  Take a look at the site and the information that is currently available online:

TechFuse Home

So getting back to my session now.  I will be talking about all of the components that are part of the Microsoft Business Intelligence toolset.  Have you ever had one of those days and you end up with something like this…imageimage

I know that this is a lot to take in and sometimes you just sit there scratching your head wondering how it all works together.  Well you are in luck.  My session will be focusing on all of these components and showing how you can leverage all of these together and utilize them to monitor your business’s performance.  Improve your organization’s information delivery and empower your end-users.  After all, it is all about bringing BI to the masses and leveraging the tools that you already own.

Here is my session information:

Leveraging the Microsoft BI Toolset to Monitor Performance
Session Level: 200–Intermediate
Audience: Someone that is looking at ways to implement business intelligence within their corporation and wondering how all the pieces can be leveraged

There are many different pieces in the Microsoft BI toolset. In this session, we will take a look at all of the different pieces and utilize each of them to create a unified dashboard, where each component is being leveraged. The tools that will be utilized during this session will include SQL Server 2008, SSRS 2008, SSAS 2008, Excel 2007, Excel Services, PPS 2007, Dashboard Designer, SharePoint Server 2007 and more.

Hope to see you there.


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