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Chad Olson

About: Chad Olson

Director of Technical Services, Sensei Project Solutions Chad has been involved in the Microsoft Project Server platform and related products since 2001. He has focused on the technical aspects of installation, design, architecture, configuration, and customized reporting. Chad has completed over 35 different customer engagements utilizing Microsoft Project Server that has spanned across many different vertical industries. He is very involved in keeping up to date with the latest technical news of Project Server, is connected with the Microsoft Project product team, and has presented at the Microsoft Project Users Group (MPUG). He has conducted training classes for administrators, report authors, and project managers on the toolset with processes and procedures for several clients.

All Articles and Webinars by Chad Olson

How to Upgrade to the 2016 Version of Project Pro for Office 365

Written on January 26, 2016, by

Project Pro for Office 365 is the subscription-based edition of Microsoft Project. It’s paid as a monthly service and can also be combined with a Project Online license to give you full capabilities of the online project and portfolio management (PPM) solution. You can also use Project Pro for Office 365 as a standalone desktop…

Animated Reporting for Microsoft PPM

Written on August 20, 2013, by , and

Introduction One of the most common requests from we get from executives is for the ability to view the entire portfolio of projects and how these projects progress through a fiscal year.  The play axis feature in Power View solves this problem nicely with a time-phased, visual overview of the entire portfolio.  By animating the…

Tracking Non-Project Work Using Microsoft Project and Project Server

Written on July 9, 2013, by

Introduction Many clients have asked us how to best track their non-project work leveraging Microsoft Project and Project Server. Non-project work can be any type of sustaining work that isn’t planned at the project level. Common examples for an IT organization are help desk activities, break/fix operations, or any other Business As Usual (BAU) tasks….

Webinar: Business Intelligence – Get started on Project Server Reporting

Written on March 14, 2013, by

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs): This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Leadership Category of the Talent Triangle. Business Intelligence  – Get started on Project Server Reporting by Chad Olson, MCTS MCSE MCP “Project Server 2010 provides us with an abundance of data and SharePoint 2010 has all the Business…

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