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Analyzing Cancer Healthcare Data Incidence with PowerPivot

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Author: Greg Beaumont Healthcare organizations swim in an ocean of data. Analysts in both healthcare organizations and research must tie together multiple disparate data sources in order to integrate the data required for a comprehensive analysis of patient care and operations. Microsoft PowerPivot is a valuable Business Intelligence (BI) tool for tying such disparate data

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Planning & Budgeting Framework v1.3 to launch soon!

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GNet Group is proud to let you know that the next release of our Planning & Budgeting Framework is due soon! Version 1: The initial implementation, done at the Wilder Foundation by GNet Group Version 1.1:  Upgrading the framework with new technology! (December 2010) Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Microsoft Office 2010

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What is “Self-Service BI”?

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Author: Anand Pandya The term “self-service” means a lot of things to a lot of people.  In the most generic of sense, it means what it says, to serve yourself – as in gas pumps, salad bars and soda machines.  You have the ability to control volumes, content and mixtures to fit what you need

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Is Excel a tool or just a crutch?

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Author: Anand Pandya Excel.  We all love it, right? It’s the little spreadsheet tool that went beyond simply providing a ease to accounting and finance calculations and turning into a full blown reporting and analytics mechanism for even the largest organizations.  But, how much do we rely on Excel to really “get the job done”

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