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As you know, business scorecards are the latest BI craze. Nick Barclay was kind enough to send me a copy of his new book Monitoring and Analyzing with Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 by Rational Press which he co-authored with a co-worker and friend Adrian Downes. This is one of these relatively-small and very practical books which helps you hit the ground running quickly. As its name suggests, the book focuses only on the monitoring and analyzing piece of PerformancePoint which was previously known as Business Scorecard Manager. Nick and Adrian wrote another book, the Rational Guide to Planning with Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, which covers the Biz# portion of the product.

 

I liked the author style and the practical examples included in the book. The authors show you how to build scorecards from a variety of data sources and deploy them to SharePoint or Reporting Services reports. I didn't know that you can create a Visio strategy map and hook it to the scorecard. Too bad that the ProClarity stuff didn't get integrated into BSM. I guess we have to wait for another release to get the cool decomposition tree when you click on a KPI. Until then, Visio strategy maps J

 


Posted Sat, Dec 15 2007 10:59 PM by tlachev

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Prologika (Teo Lachev's Weblog) wrote The Rational Guide To Planning with Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007
on Sat, Mar 15 2008 6:46 PM

I have to admit that my preoccupation with Reporting Services and Analysis Services don't leave me