May’s PerformancePoint Blog Wrap Up

It’s been a super hectic month for the Office BI team this May. We are hard at work figuring out what’s next for the Office BI products, we had TechEd in Atlanta, and we put the finishing touches on Office 2010 Service Pack 1 with some special surprises for PerformancePoint users.

This month we talked about how to use PerformancePoint as a content aggregator and I also talked about that in Atlanta. If you didn’t get a chance to go to TechEd, you can watch a video of the session:

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For the other sessions related to Data and Business Intelligence, you can view this page, pre-filtered to DBI sessions only.

We got to meet with a lot of customers and hear quite a few interesting ways that people are using PerformancePoint in real situations. I’ll be working with a few of the customers over the next few months to create something we can publish to spotlight their creative implementations.

The Twitter front was somewhat quiet this month. I’d love for our readers to get more involved and use it as a way to get our team to help answer product questions and tell us what you’d like to see us build for the future.

With my month coming to a close, I’d like to hand the blog off to Kevin Donovan. Kevin is a Program Manager based in Boise Idaho. PerformancePoint is his specialty and he is going to spend the month of June telling you all about Office 2010 Service Pack 1 and what new and exciting features that we managed to sneak into PerformancePoint.

Thank you for reading and thank you for the comments!

Jason Burns
Program Manager
Office BI, Microsoft