We are excited to run the Microsoft Project Reporting – Certificate Program for MPUG (the Microsoft Project Users Group). This web series of three (3) powerful sessions will provide you with the knowledge you need to know around reporting and Business Intelligence. Come join us – pre-registration is required.
What you get:
1) Incredible reporting knowledge
2) MPUG Certificate (upon completing the three sessions)
3) Six (6) PDUs (Two PDUs for each session)
See you there.
Microsoft Project Reporting – Certificate Program Overview
Apr 24 Level 1, Basic Reporting
This basics session shows you how to select, create, and edit reports; configure print and page setup options; export report data; and create and modify visual reports; among other report topics.
Presented by integent’s Jacques Goupil and Daniel Bell.
May 8 Level 2, Intermediate Reporting
Learn how to generate your own reports and report templates, manage project and portfolio dashboards by creating key performance indicator (KPI) reports using PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint, generate and integrate dynamic visual reports using Visio Services, and use other new reporting features offered in Microsoft Project Server 2010. Presented by integent’s Jacques Goupil and Daniel Bell.
May 22 Level 3, Advanced Reporting
Microsoft Project Server 2010 integrates the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Center Web application, which provides a central place for hosting the reports, dashboards, and report connections that can be auto-created or manually authored to provide access to reporting data in Project Server for your users. This session demonstrates powerful Project Server 2010 Reporting options and helps you sort out which ones to use for your needs. Presented by integent’s Jacques Goupil and Daniel Bell.
Register for the Microsoft Project Reporting Series
This series of powerful training sessions is delivered via the web only for MPUG members.
Not a member of MPUG yet? Join today!
Level 1 – Basic Project reporting – Microsoft Project Reporting using Project Desktop and Office (Using Project desktop, Excel, PowerPoint, etc). Cover built in reports, getting data out of project, formatting reports – understanding what you can get out of the default tool. .
- Selecting, Editing, and Creating Basic Reports
- Configuring Print and Page Setup Options
- Setting Options to Correct Printing Issues
- Exporting Reporting Data
- Creating and Modifying Visual Reports
1. Viewing a Visual Report
2. Customizing a Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Visual Report
3. Customizing a Microsoft Office Visio 2007 Visual Report
4. Saving Local OLAP Cube Data
1. Creating Visual Report Templates
1. Editing Visual Report Templates
2. Managing Your Visual Report Templates
- Viewing basic information across multiple projects including resource allocation – understanding Project Standard’s limitations and when you need to leverage Project Server or another reporting tool.
Level 2 – Intermediate Project Reporting – Microsoft Project Reporting using Project Server and Excel Services in SharePoint
By using Excel Services in SharePoint, Project Server delivers a suite of pre-defined reports out of the box. This session will include explanations and demonstrations to cover the following topics:
· Outline your ability to generate your own reports and report templates
· Give an overview on how to manage projects and portfolio dashboards by creating key performance indicator (KPI) reports using PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint
· Show how organizations can visualize their project and portfolio management process by generating and integrating a dynamic visual report using Visio Services.
· Provide an overview of all new reporting features that Project Server 2010 has to offer
Level 3 – Advanced Project Reporting – Microsoft Project Reporting Using Project Server, SQL Reporting, Excel Services and SharePoint
Configure reporting for Project Server 2010
Microsoft Project Server 2010 integrates the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 Business Intelligence Center Web application, which provides a central point for hosting the reports, dashboards, and report connections that can be auto-created or manually authored to provide access to reporting data in Project Server for your users. The Business Intelligence Center can be used to host content created with Excel Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Visio Services in SharePoint, PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint, PowerPivot and SQL Server Reporting Services.
Come see the powerful Project Server 2010 Reporting options:
· Understand which reporting tool can be leverage for your needs.
· Discover the possibilities of report configuration