Excel Dashboard and Visualization Boot Camp

Here the announcement of the Excel Dashboard Boot Camp hosted by the two experts Jon Peltier and Mike Alexander:

Microsoft MVPs Jon Peltier (Peltier Technical Services) and Mike Alexander (DataPig Technologies) are joining together to bring you our first annual Excel Dashboard and Visualization Boot Camp!

The boot camp will be held on Wednesday through Friday, October 22-24, 2008, in Frisco, Texas (just north of Dallas).

This 3-day boot camp is designed for Excel users who need to more effectively synthesize data into meaningful dashboards, charts, and visualizations. The topics presented during this boot camp will introduce you to advanced techniques that will help you build and manage better reporting mechanisms. Going beyond simple tables and charts, you will learn to:

  • Synthesize data in meaningful views with advanced charting techniques
  • Create dashboards that communicate and get noticed
  • Create interactive dashboarding mechanisms
  • Implement macro-charged reporting
  • Automate the creation of PowerPoint slides directly from Excel
  • Integrate external data into your reports

The boot camp will follow this three day agenda, with each day comprising two in-depth classes:

Day 1: Best Practices and Techniques

  • Tips for Building Excel Dashboards
    Mike Alexander
  • Advanced Charting Techniques
    Jon Peltier

Day 2: Building Interactivity

  • Building Interactive Reporting
    Mike Alexander
  • Advanced Charting Techniques
    Jon Peltier

Day 3: Integration

  • Integrating Excel and PowerPoint
    Jon Peltier
  • Using External Data in Excel Reporting
    Mike Alexander
Excel Dashboard and Visualization Boot Camp

For information and registration, visit the link below:

Excel Dashboard and Visualization Boot Camp
Jon Peltier and Mike Alexander
Wednesday through Friday, October 22-24, 2008

Frisco, TX

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