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Excel 2007: A new front end to SQL Server Analysis Services - Nick Ward
Author: Brian H. Madsen Date Posted: 2/12/2006 12:23:17 AM
After a bit of a break due to worldly circumstances we are back again.

This time we'll kick off with a topic which most likely are new to many of our members.

Nick Ward is gracing us with a visit and has taken up the gauntlet against SQL Server Analys Services. We'll be breaking ground with SSAS via Excel 2007 (for those of you who haven't caught the news yet then Microsoft Office 2007 has officially been RTM'ed and is available for those of us with a MSDN subscription.

This event also means we'll be breaking in our new venue (albeit a bit slower than the rest of the Perth UGs, but i'd like to think of it as better late than never) at Excom on Barracks Street.

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Title: Excel 2007: A new front end to SQL Server Analysis Services
Presenter: Nick Ward
Venue: Execom Education, Level 2, 23 Barrack Street
Date: 14th of December
Time: 5:30pm to 7:30pm

*** Event Details **************
As we know, BI has been a strong capability of SQL Server for some time now. However, BI is now a top priority for Office too. Excel 2007 is now a very capable front end tool for Analysis Services. Come along to hear how new features such as viewing spreadsheets over the web, built-in connections for SSAS, conditional formatting and more are combining to make Excel an industry-changing BI front end tool for SSAS.

About the presenter:
Name: Nick Ward
Nick is the Microsoft SQL Server Technology Specialist based in Melbourne. Nick has significant expertise in the database market having been a technology specialist at database vendors for more than 10 years, focussed on operational and business intelligence (BI) applications. Nick has had international experience, been based at various times throughout Australia, Europe, North America and Asia, assisting customers purchase and implement numerous data systems around the world. These systems have been in various industries including telecommunications, insurance, financial services and media. Responsibilities on projects range from design (database and data integration) through to implementation, including databases, reporting systems and more. Prior to joining the database vendor market, Nick was a database administrator in the packaging industry.
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Please do note that this event is held at our new facilities, provided by Excom Education - IT Training and Certification www.excom.com.au

Venue: Execom Education, Level 2, 23 Barrack Street | Duration 2hrs | On: Thursday, 14 December 2006