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This session will demonstrate how using the most robust Agile Methodologies you can respond better to change, reduce the guess work and develop high quality solutions in the least possible time maximizing customer satisfaction. Session will provide organization managers with the tools to build the right team and processes in order to succeed.
by Clayton Cobb
Has your organization been on SharePoint and InfoPath 2007 but is now ready to move to 2010? Have you never used InfoPath and are eager to know what it can do? Either way, this session will be for you. We will cover what I consider to be the most useful features in InfoPath for helping you create powerful electronic form solutions without writing code. Bring your questions whether you’ve never touched InfoPath or already have it in your main tool belt.
A professional services company required a company-wide portal solution in time to do year end budgeting, forecasting, and strategic planning. The organization’s commercial off the shelf (COTS) finance system couldn’t fulfill the requirements. Despite many resource and time constraints, a solution was developed and rolled out within 6 weeks using SharePoint Server 2010, a custom SQL Server database (Tables, Views, TSQL), SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS configurations, Control Flows, Data Flows), SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS deployment, Reports, Charts), SharePoint Designer, Data View Web Parts, and Search (Managed Properties, Scopes, Web Parts, XSLT).
This session includes a demonstration of the solution as well as a walkthrough of the technical components, project approach, and lessons learned.
by Kevin S. Goff
Many people know that you can use PPS 2010 to create KPI scorecards. But PPS has a wealth of other features for creating an integrated dashboard environment. In this presentation, I'll demonstrate a 6-page dashboard that incorporates KPI scorecards, PPS analytic charts and grids, as well as content from Excel and Reporting Services. By the end of the session, you're likely to learn at least one (and hopefully more than one) capability in PPS that you didn't know existed!
When making SharePoint not look like SharePoint there are many challenges that you face. Many of these issues can be addressed through CSS alone. In this session we will cover a wide variety of issues that you can make an impact on a SharePoint UX design with simply CSS.
28th July 2012