Sign up for Feb. 26 Webcast: Improving Visibility into Organizational Performance

Whew, the title for this was just too long to use for this post, so here's the whole thing:

Momentum Webcast: Improving Visibility into Organizational Performance (Part 1 of 4): Delivering Business Intelligence Capabilities with PerformancePoint Server 2007 (Level 100)

According to the event description, this Webcast covers not only PerformancePoint, but other solutions, as well--ones you might already have. Here's the full description:

The key to successful performance management is based on bringing together people, processes, and technology in a way that allows an organization to align around its strategic goals and objectives, promoting agility in its decision making. In this four-part webcast series, we take a deep look into performance management solutions to help you gain an understanding of their role in your organization. You also hear from a Microsoft expert about how you can improve performance management using many of the solutions you already own.

In this first webcast, we introduce you to Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, a performance management solution that is designed to adapt to your organization's important processes while delivering business intelligence capabilities through a familiar Microsoft Office user interface. Join us to learn how PerformancePoint Server supports the full cycle of performance management with an emphasis on monitoring and analyzing business results.

Presenter: Andy Kamlet, Director of Technical Product Management for Business Intelligence, Microsoft Corporation.

Andy Kamlet is the director of technical product management for business intelligence at Microsoft. He is responsible for leading the product management initiatives related to Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, including the product positioning and messaging, the product road map, market research, competitive intelligence, and the customer technology adoption and enterprise adoption programs. Andy began working for Microsoft in 2001 when the company acquired FRx Software Corporation where he was vice president of marketing and sales. At FRx, Andy was responsible for product strategy, channel sales, product management, product marketing, and marketing communications. Andy's career has focused on software and technology services marketing to support a wide variety of industries, including financial services, telecommunications, retail, health care, and technology infrastructure. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Drake University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Colorado.

- Andrea

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