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Webinar: Reporting with Project Online Demystified

 

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):

This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical Category of the Talent Triangle.

Description

With Project Online, provided as an Office 365 service, the reporting landscape has introduced a whole new way of Reporting. Because of the ‘shared’ nature of Project Online, the primary method of reporting is provided by Odata, PowerPivot, PowerView, Power BI and so on, in addition to the SSRS capabilities, that will be coming soon. This new ‘suite’ of reporting could be confusing to the traditional Report Authors, who are used to OLAP Cubes, Data Connections etc., in previous versions of Project Server.

This session will focus on reporting with Project Online, and its related technologies.

Note: Some familiarity with Reporting with Excel, Pivot tables, Data Connections recommended.

 

Speaker Profile:

Prasanna Adavi (PMP, MCTS, MCITP, MCT) is a Senior Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Consultant. He specializes in helping organizations meet their business needs in the areas of Project Management and Portfolio Management. His main focus is on building “business driven solutions” using, MS Project, Project Server and SharePoint Platforms.  He is a regular presenter at various Project Server, EPM and SharePoint events across the country.


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Prasanna Adavi
Written by Prasanna Adavi

Prasanna Adavi (Project MVP, PMP, MCTS, MCITP, MCT) is a Senior Project Portfolio Management (PPM) Consultant. specializing in helping organizations meet their business needs in the areas of Project Management and Portfolio Management. He is a regular presenter at various Project Server, EPM and SharePoint events across the country, and regularly blogs. He also runs a podcast dedicated to MS Project and Project Server. He has been awarded the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award by Microsoft since 2014, for his continued contributions to Microsoft Project Community. Connect with him on Twitter or LinkedIn.

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