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BI Development: Working with Source Control

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Source control systems, such as Team Foundation Server (TFS), provide an extensive level of flexibility for development. Occasionally a developer can get lost in that flexibility, and the results can be painful. When the team grows beyond one or a few developers, a misstep in the source management process can result in challenges that can take

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How to Master PowerPivot

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Time and time again, our customers ask us where they can find more resources and training on Microsoft’s PowerPivot. PowerPivot is an extremely powerful and dynamic tool used for data modeling and exploration that brings self-service BI to everyone through Excel 2013. One suggestion we give to our customers is to visit powerpivotpro.com and explore

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Deliver on the Promise of Healthcare MDM

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Healthcare organizations continue to be challenged by data governance. On one hand there is the legacy challenge of implementing data governance across multiple disparate systems, including those harboring hidden departmental applications. On the other hand, there are new and ongoing challenges presented by the complex requirements of the Affordable Care Act and other compliance mandates.

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MDM and BI: Why a Single View to Corporate Data is Still Critical

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As we gear up for the second GNet Group/Profisee seminar — this time in Dallas — our team synced on key historical and present-day MDM and BI issues.  This post includes a few thoughts and considerations from that team sync. We’ll follow-up with more after the 7/18 seminar in Dallas.   MDM and BI, Then

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Dynamic MDX for when the Last Day of Data isn’t Always “Day-1”

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When building a report or a dashboard, have you ever encountered a situation where the last day of data in a cube isn’t a consistent distance from the current day?  For example, what if “Yesterday” is sometimes “Two Days Ago”?  When building a KPI that displays the last day of data for a scorecard on

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