Microsoft EPM Project Reporting

Microsoft

Project Server 2010 includes a variety of online views, such as Project Center, Resource Center, and Portfolio Analysis, in addition to powerful BI and reporting services to help organizations gain insight, visibility, and control across all project portfolios.

Because Project Server 2010 is built on SharePoint Server 2010, users can take advantage of all the tools included in the Microsoft BI platform, such as Excel Services, PerformancePoint Services, Visio Services, PowerPivot for Excel, SQL Reporting Services, and more.

Project Server 2010 includes a dedicated reporting database that stores project and portfolio data to ensure access to up-to-date information. PMOs can satisfy reporting requirements by using departmental cubes, so decision makers can focus on their data, eliminate unnecessary clutter, and ensure faster build times.

The improved Business Intelligence Center in Project Server 2010 includes a library of preconfigured best-practice template reports. Nontechnical resources can get started quickly by customizing the templates in a familiar Excel editor and then simply publish the report using Excel Services to be incorporated into dashboard views. PMOs can create intuitive audience-based dashboards to ensure that managers receive relevant and useful information.

Microsoft Enterprise Project Management Project Reporting dashboard