Systems Engineering and RDBMS


Posted by decipherinfosys on December 23, 2009

If you have dealt with a business intelligence project for the financial industry, chances are that you must have met business/application users who know excel in and out and can do pretty nice business analytics using excel itself.  MSFT has now introduced PowerPivot for Excel 2010 which is essentially a data analysis add-in.  This used to be called as Project Gemini in the past for those of you who have been tracking it in the past.   Pretty cool and very powerful indeed.  If you are new to it, there is an excellent introduction to powerpivot by Rob Collie – here.

Here are some links that you can use for exploring it further:

Main Site:

MSDN Blog site:

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