Today’s post is by Denise Stendera, a writer on the SharePoint business intelligence team. Thanks Denise!
Got Project? When you create a Project Web App in SharePoint Server, you automatically get a Business Intelligence Center. If PerformancePoint Services is configured, you can use Dashboard Designer to create project management dashboards.
For example, you can create a dashboard to track project resource usage like the one shown in the following image:
Using the dashboard filter, users can select one or more projects for which they want to view performance. The scorecard then updates to display information for the items that are selected in the filter. For example, if a user selects two items in the filter, the scorecard displays information for only those items. Similarly, if users select all the items in the filter, the scorecard displays information for all the projects.
Curious about how to create a dashboard like this for your organization?
Here’s how we did it, in three steps:
It’s that easy!
Be sure to see all the details in Track project resource usage by using a dashboard. And, take a look at our other business intelligence solutions and scenarios on TechNet.
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