Monday, March 28, 2005

CRN | News | Planned Microsoft Realtime Reporting Server Could Rock Analytics World

CRN | News | Planned Microsoft Realtime Reporting Server Could Rock Analytics World: "Microsoft is poised to fire a shot to be heard 'round the business intelligence world later this year.
The company is quietly working on a realtime reporting server, to carry the Office label, that theoretically would deliver timely updates from all manner of back-office applications, several sources said.
The planned server, going under the code-name Maestro, is expected to hit beta this summer. It will be built on various pieces of Microsoft's stack, including SQL Server reporting services and notification services, as well as the score carding expertise from the Office group, sources said.
'As I understand it, it will take advantage of those pieces to let users create executive dashboards tapping into Siebel or PeopleSoft or SAP data,' said a large integrator based in the Midwest. "
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