Next Meeting: Wed, Nov 02 2016
November Meeting #1
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
5:45 PM Networking & Food Arrives
6:15 PM Meeting Starts
7:30 PM Wrap up and prize drawing
Sponsor: Pragmatic Works
Data is your business’ most valuable asset. Pragmatic Works’ mission is helping companies leverage their data to improve their people, products and profits. We are the global leader in digital transformation and data-centric culture. Our strategy, training and staffing programs combine with our industry-leading software to deliver unmatched results for our over 7,000 customers.
Over 97% of the Fortune 100 trust Pragmatic Works to accelerate their business. Whether you need to make faster business decisions, increase effectiveness or modernize your IT architecture, we have you covered. Our industry luminaries, technology experts and strategic relationships deliver world-class solutions and experiences for our clients.
UTC : Wed, Nov 02 2016 22:30 - 00:30
Event Time : Wed, Nov 02 2016 17:30 - 19:30 Central Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Wed, Nov 02 2016 22:30 - 00:30
8 City Blvd., Suite 403
Nashville , Tennessee
SQL Server Reporting Services 2016 Mobile Reports
Mitchell Pearson, Consultant and Trainer Pragmatic Works
The release of SQL Server 2016 has now integrated the incredible dashboarding and mobile reporting capabilities from Microsoft’s acquisition of Datazen. These new capabilities are now available in SQL Server Reporting Services along with many other improvements some of which include a new Mobile Report Publisher and upgrades to the existing Report Builder and Web Portal. In this presentation Mitchell is going to walk through the dashboarding and mobile reporting capabilities that have given SQL Server Reporting Services new life.
Mitchell Pearson is a Business Intelligence Consultant and Trainer at Pragmatic Works. Mitchell is experienced developing BI solutions that involve SSRS, SSIS, & SSAS. You can find Mitchell speaking online at www.pragmaticworks.com/learningcenter/FreeTrainingWebinars and local SQL Saturday Events. Mitchell also blogs at mitchellsql.wordpress.com and bidn.com.