Spring MicroStrategy Meetup

Join other New England MicroStrategy users for customer presentations and socializing. 


3:00 - 3:30 Social, Introductions

3:30 - 4:45 Presentations 

4:45 - 5:00 Wrap-up and Housekeeping, Raffle(!)


• Visual Insights Workflow - Ippei Takahashi, MicroStrategy

Performance Analysis - Narayanan Palissery & Shanton Anderson, Convergys

Mobile Enablement - Ed Serpe, Alder Foods

Please join us afterwards at the nearby 99 Restaurant (110 South Street Waltham, MA 02453).



For directions to Brandeis University: http://www.brandeis.edu/about/visiting/directions.html 

You can also get to our campus by public-transportation. The MBTA Commuter rail line to Fitchburg/South-Acton stops at the bottom of our campus. For schedule info: http://www.mbta.com/schedules_and_maps/rail/lines/?route=FITCHBRG 

Parking: Parking is allowed in the “Tower lot”. When you get to our campus, you will see a steep road going uphill, this is the loop road. Go uphill and go past the castle, until you get to the top of the campus. 
You will have the Usdan Student Center and the Library on your left, and Kutz Hall and the Rabb Graduate Center (with steep steps) on your right. 
You will then see a small parking lot on your Left for the Heller School, you are NOT allowed to park here. 
But a little bit further, before you pass the Mandel Center and the road starts to go downhill again, you will see a big parking lot on your right. That is the Tower Lot. 
If that parking lot is full, you have to go to the “T” (Theater) lot. 
Get back on the loop-road and continue downhill. 
Once you basically get to the bottom you will pass the Rose Art Museum (on your right) and then get to a Stop sign. Take a right and you will drive into the Parking Lot. 
The meeting will be held in Rapaporte Treasure Hall, which is a meeting space inside the Goldfarb Library Building. You can find the location of this building on our interactive Campus map: http://www.brandeis.edu/about/visiting/map.html 

From the Tower parking-lot, you walk back along loop-road, passed the Heller School parking lot. 
Take the next walk-way on your right (going slightly down-hill) and you will have the Usdan Student Center on your left and the Goldfarb Library on your right. 
Walk passed the side-entrance of the library, until you get to the front and main entrance. 
There is a little plaza with a statue in front of it. 
When you enter the building, take an immediate right and you will walk into Treasure Hall. 

If you end up parking in T-lot, you will have to walk to the intersection with the Stop-sign, cross loop road and continue walking up-hill toward the green copper building (Shapiro Student Center). 
The walkway will take you passed the Student Center, through a cherry-tree garden. You will see a statue of Louis Brandeis on your left. 
Keep going up the hill until you are in front of the Goldfarb library. See the directions from Tower Lot to get to the right room. 

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  • Ryan D.

    Great to see everyone at the Meetup yesterday. For those of you who are interested in the World Cup, here is a link to a dashboard that MicroStrategy put together with some interesting insights and analysis: http://tinyurl.com/o3km2zp . Enjoy!

    1 · June 12

  • Jason H.

    Does anyone know that www.microstrategy.com is not working? Looks like the domain expired?

    June 12

    • Chael

      Looks like DNS issues with the service provider. Yikes.

      June 12

  • Rick G.

    Good meeting, my first. The presentation by Ed Serpe was particularly interesting. Great use of the technology and the transaction services piece is something I am interested in.

    1 · June 12

  • Shanton A.

    I had a wonderful time, and was nice seeing so many new attendees. I hope to meet everyone again, and more, in October.

    1 · June 11

    • Chael

      Thanks for presenting Shanton - great content and a great example of how to leverage MicroStrategy to consolidate the overall number of reports from your prior system.

      June 11

  • Rich R.

    Afraid I can't make it still at work!

    June 11

  • Jason H.

    Sorry all... can't make it - something has come up at home.

    June 11

    • Ramon V.

      Sorry Jason. I was able to attend after all.

      June 11

  • Rajiv P.

    Director of Reporting Services and Information Delivery at Convergys.

    June 9

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