ALBERTO FERRARI is a consultant and trainer who specializes in developing Microsoft Business Intelligence solutions, including guiding software organizations through the design of complex BI solutions. He is the coauthor of Expert Cube Development with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services and SQLBI Methodology (with Russo).
Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaningby Marco Russo, Alberto Ferrari
Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning introduces PowerPivot in Excel 2010 to power users and data analysts who want to give their data meaning by creating their own Business Intelligence models. And with Microsoft Excel 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling, you'll learn the best ways to use Office Excel 2010 for/i>/i>… See more details below
Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning introduces PowerPivot in Excel 2010 to power users and data analysts who want to give their data meaning by creating their own Business Intelligence models. And with Microsoft Excel 2010: Data Analysis and Business Modeling, you'll learn the best ways to use Office Excel 2010 for data analysis and business modeling. Award-winning professor and statistician Wayne Winston shares practical examples to help you transform data into bottom-line results. Web site includes practice files.
The two books included in this kit are:
- 9780735640580 Microsoft PowerPivot for Excel 2010
- 9780735643369 Microsoft Office Excel 2007: Data Analysis and Business Modeling, 3E
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