PerformancePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2013

PerformancePoint is an important BI Tool in the Microsoft world and it will continue to be Microsoft’s solution for creating interactive, context-driven dashboards with balanced scorecards, key performance indicators, analytic reports, and filters.  There is no doubt it is an integral part of Microsoft’s Business Intelligence offering,

UPDATE: On 10/31/2012, the RTM of SharePoint 2013 was available on volume license customers.  It will be available to the public Q1 of 2013 (likely in January).

Fortunately there are some new features and improvements in the version of PerformancePoint included with SharePoint 2013  (download) (docs).  More information is forthcoming, but the features we know of include:

  • Themes: Integration with SharePoint new themes
  • Filter Enhancements: Select All, Clear All, dynamically size, bold selections, performance improvement
  • Filter Search: Search filters, data sources, MDX queries, member selection
  • EffectiveUserName: Save the IT admin from having to set up Kerberos constrained delegation in order to use per-user authentication
  • Custom Target Applications from Secure Store: Specify any secure store target application when defining your data source in dashboard designer
  • BI Center: Enhancements with integrated support for PowerPivot, Power View and Excel Services
  • Dashboard Designer in the Ribbon: Now you can launch the designer without having to navigate to the old BI Center landing page.  The appearance of the PerformancePoint ribbon tab is based on content type.
  • Server-Side Migration: Ability to migrate, copy and move PPS content between SharePoint sites

More info:

Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2013

PerformancePoint Lives!

Installing the BI features of SharePoint 2013 Preview

Installation Overview for SharePoint 2013 (SQL Server 2012 SP1)

SharePoint Server 2013 Preview – Testing BI on SQL Server 2012? You need CTP3!

Microsoft SQL 2012 BI Support for SharePoint 2013 – Double Denali

Video Install SharePoint 2013 – Part 1 Software and Hardware Requirements

Changing the Look of your PerformancePoint Dashboards with SharePoint Themes

Setting Up Reporting Services 2012 With SharePoint 2013

Using the new Excel 2013 Data Model with SharePoint

My experience of installing SharePoint 2013 Preview

What’s new in business intelligence in SharePoint Server 2013

Using Microsoft Office 2013 for Business Intelligence

About James Serra

James is SQL Server MVP and a independent consultant with the title of Business Intelligence/Data Warehouse/Master Data Management Architect and Developer, specializing in the Microsoft SQL Server BI stack.
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