Pandera is proud to have sponsored Randy Ligon in the Bike MS hosted fundraiser, Bike to Jack and Back this past weekend. Bike to Jack and Back is a two-day bike run through scenic Tennessee, from Franklin to Lynchburg and back, benefitting Multiple Sclerosis research.
Since Bike MS was started over 30 years ago, participants, donors and sponsors have raised over $1 billion dollars to fund MS research and critical programs for people affected by MS.
Do you hate when your projects are running over budget but your people are under-utilized? A strong Project Management Office (PMO) may be just what your organization needs. Every company has projects, large or small, but not many create the foundation of a Project Management Office to align and support their strategic business goals. A strong PMO can drive success and change, increase profitability and improve performance. Here are some common indications that a PMO would benefit your business:
This is a simple out-of-the-box feature, but one I see VERY underused in my experience on projects. Getting people to share their work will drive adoption, but a lot of times we overcomplicate it. I hope this post can help! In your environment, there is probably a shared area specific people publish canned reports for your MicroStrategy implementation. Most customers I’ve worked with have spent significant amounts of time locking down certain locations so that users don’t mess up their precious folder structure. To place something in the shared area often requires an e-mail to move a report, a designated user to move the report, an email to say it’s done, and then another email to the audience to let them know where to find the report. To me, that sounds like a crazy-complicated process to complete a pretty simple task.
Now in MicroStrategy 10, any D3 visualization can be added – especially the ones that users have already shared to the MicroStrategy GitHub library.
Can you copy? Yes? Can you paste? Yes?
Do you have write access to the plugins folder on the web server? Okay, maybe not.
But if you do, then follow the steps in this 60-second video to add visualizations that other people have already coded for use in MicroStrategy. If you don’t have write access, still watch the video, and then show it to the person who manages the MicroStrategy Web Server (and make sure he/she knows how to copy and paste).
“What’s New in MicroStrategy” can read about as smoothly as an iTunes legal agreement and sometimes it feels like feature demos dance over the details. So here’s a quick summary of three new additions to the MicroStrategy v10 dashboarding tool that have made our lives significantly easier as MSTR users – give them a try in your shiny new upgraded server (to those lucky, fast moving MSTR customers), or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for one of our training classes using our hosted v10 environments starting in September. If you’re interested in upgrading, let’s start discussing your MicroStrategy 10 upgrade strategy!
MicroStrategy is one of the original leaders in the BI space, and with the launch of the newest version of MicroStrategy 10, Visual Insight has been completely revamped, taking a more agile approach to BI reporting and data analysis.
The all new MicroStrategy 10 is built to take advantage of HTML5, compared to its prior versions which relied on Adobe Flash for building web applications. This was acceptable when much of the internet used Flash as a common framework, but HTML5 is increasingly supplanting Flash as the go-to development framework.
Pandera’s advisory experts are ready to discuss helping you leverage the features included in the newest release of Visual Insight, and would love the opportunity to help you identify the optimal upgrade solution to roll out the tool’s new features securely in your environment.
Here are some of the key new features available in MicroStrategy 10 Visual Insight:
If you have been searching for a new BI solution for your organization, or are looking to improve your current BI offerings, MicroStrategy’s latest release has the features you’ll need.
MicroStrategy 10 is the first major release done by MicroStrategy in years, and it comes packed with many new tools and enhancements that add immediate business value to your organization. Here are just a few of the new and highly anticipated features in this release, as well as a logical breakdown of the benefits one can expect from using them.
We’re ready to discuss helping you leverage the emerging technologies of MicroStrategy 10, and would love the opportunity to help you identify the optimal upgrade solution to roll out the tool’s new features securely in your environment.
I recently read an article from Ancestry.com on the most popular surnames by state. My interest was piqued while perusing social media and clicking one of those running tags whose headline typically says one thing, then ultimate ends up being a sales pitch for weight loss supplements. In reading the article however, I was struck by how social media is changing our impression of and approach to data analytics and business intelligence.
One of the main reasons organizations are moving to the Cloud is for the ability to grow their environments seamlessly without working with multiple vendors to acquire expensive licensing and equipment. Transitioning to the Cloud eliminates the need of large upfront costs such as Rackspace in data centers, or replacing failing or old infrastructure equipment, along with licensing costs, etc. Moving to the Cloud eliminates the need for in-house engineers and allows your organization to shift focus away from your infrastructure and networking, and focus more on primary business goals.
Those of us who work in Healthcare are very versed in the ways of changing government regulation, undefined or under defined requirements to meet these regulations and timelines that are either tough to meet or totally unrealistic. The multiple components of the Accountable Care Act, signed into law in 2010 meet all the undefined, changing timelines and then some.
The goals of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are pretty straightforward; to provide Americans with better health security by putting into place comprehensive health insurance reforms that will: