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MicroStrategy Announces Support For Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
MCLEAN, Va., May 12. MicroStrategy Incorporated, a leading worldwide provider of business intelligence (BI) software, today announced that it will offer seamless integration with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.
MicroStrategy has a long history working with Microsoft SharePoint Server, enabling customers to easily consolidate MicroStrategy-based reports, analytics, and dashboards into a SharePoint Server portal. Organizations can extend the reach of their BI reporting by deploying MicroStrategy's full functionality, formatting, and user interactivity into SharePoint Server. With MicroStrategy's high performance BI software, and the collaborative and personalization capabilities of SharePoint Server 2010, users are able to:
-- Analyze important business data through charts, maps, and interactive
-- Collaborate easily with other colleagues
-- Incorporate search results from Bing search engine
-- Access personalized BI information, utilizing corporate access
"BI integration with enterprise portals is an important capability of an enterprise information strategy," said Cindi Howson, Founder of BI Scorecard. "The portal provides a single point of access to all information, including BI, and in Microsoft SharePoint 2010, collaboration capabilities that enhance decision-making. MicroStrategy is one of the first vendors to support this new version of SharePoint. The MicroStrategy WebParts maintain a high degree of interactivity and animated dashboards, as well as capabilities all from within SharePoint."
"Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and MicroStrategy provide new ways for people to work better together while increasing productivity," said Jared Spataro, Director of Product Management for SharePoint at Microsoft Corp. "MicroStrategy works with the features and functionality in SharePoint Server 2010, powering productivity and collaboration across the applications people already know and use."
"We are proud of our strong relationship with Microsoft and the extensive integration between our technologies," said Sanju Bansal, MicroStrategy's COO. "MicroStrategy's integration with SharePoint Server 2010 offers a one-stop solution for companies that are looking to combine MicroStrategy's powerful business intelligence capabilities with the newest SharePoint Server platform to deploy enterprise-wide portal applications." MicroStrategy is showcasing its integration with SharePoint Server 2010 during the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 road show events. For further details, visit here.
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