Provision PerformancePoint Services

Early in 2009, Microsoft announced that PerformancePoint would be included in the SharePoint 2007 Enterprise license and would no longer require a separate purchase if you already owned SharePoint 2007 Enterprise. This was a pretty good indication of where the product was heading with SharePoint 2010. Sure enough, when SharePoint 2010 was unveiled, we were presented with a new version of PerformancePoint that was tightly integrated with SharePoint 2010 and based on the Service Application architecture. Getting a PerformancePoint Service Application created and configured is now considerably easier, thus allowing enterprises to focus more on how they intend to use the capabilities and less on what it will take ...

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