UK, London: November 3, 2005 â ProClarity Corporation, a leading innovator of business intelligence (BI) technology for the enterprise, recently announced the launch of the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence Resource Center which offers an array of key information from industry experts, Microsoft representatives and affiliated partners regarding new product features, migration tips and industry best practices on successfully exploiting the Microsoft BI platform.
The resource center features a variety of toolkits, training options, white papers and informative Webcasts designed to educate interested parties on the enhanced BI functionality available in SQL Server 2005.
"The release of SQL Server 2005 is introducing a great deal of powerful and complex BI features to the SQL Server user community," said Brian Biglin, alliance director for Hitachi Consulting. "The educational content this resource center offers will help organizations effectively utilize the advanced BI features in SQL Server 2005 and improve their understanding and use of Microsoft's new business intelligence technology."
The available SQL Server 2005 toolkits cover topics such as the Unified Dimensional Model (UDM), migration tips, data visualization, and reporting and analytics. Additionally, complimentary best practices and research reports are available to facilitate the successful deployment and maximization of SQL Server 2005 investments. Live and On-Demand Webcasts are also available from industry experts covering topics such as:
- Effectively Communicating Numbers: Selecting the Best Means and Manner of Display
- Introduction to SQL Server 2005 UDM: Revolutionizing Business Intelligence
- Analysis Services 2005: Cube Building â From Beginning to End
- Practical Tips for a Seamless Migration to SQL Server 2005
ProClarity, the number one third-party analytic client on the Microsoft platform, recently announced the availability of a public beta version of ProClarity 6.1 which is designed to expand upon the enhanced BI functionality of Microsoft SQL Server 2005.