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Visualizing Data with Power View for Multidimensional Models

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Recent enhancements to Power View provides organizations with the capability to present data stored within multidimensional models. This session led by Cornell Emile examines the major drivers for using Power View with multidimensional models, provides attendees with a technical roadmap for implementing Power View and concludes with a demonstration of the Business Intelligence tool.

Come prepared!  See information on Power View at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/bi/Products/PowerView.aspx

Speaker: Cornell Emile, MBA, M.Sc. is a Senior Software Engineer with RDA Corporation. Since 2001, he has designed, developed, and maintained data-centric solutions within multiple industries such as Finance, Real Estate, Digital Marketing, State and Federal Government using Microsoft’s BI stack. His main interests include SQL Server performance tuning, ETL, and Business Intelligence solutions

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  • Auz

    I am looking forward to learning more about Visualizing Data.

    August 9, 2013

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