Project 2007 Standard Introduction Course

When: Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at 9:00 AM – Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 5:00 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Limited Technology Associates International Limited is one of the leading global project management consultancies specialising in Microsoft Office Project and Enterprise Project Management Solutions. Since 1990, Technology Associates have provided deployment, consultancy, development and training services to more than 500 organisations including some of the world’s leading companies, and we have an international presence throughout the world.     Technology Associates have deployed hundreds of EPM solutions and deployed more than 2,000 Microsoft Project solutions. With ten Microsoft Competencies under our belt, including ISV status, we have built a solid reputation for delivering high quality services and solutions, and providing exceptional value for money. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, with Offices in New York, San Francisco, India and Barcelona, and a strategic partner network covering AsiaPac, Middle East and ROW, we work internationally in delivering EPM and SharePoint solutions to our customer base in over 39 countries. Register for this event now at: http://tai2007stintro180111-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: Course Outline:   This course is designed for those people who require an introduction to the use of Microsoft Project 2007 as an effective software tool for Project Planning, Task Scheduling, Tracking and Evaluation. Who Should Attend: Users new to or with little experience of Microsoft Project 2007. Course Criteria: No prior knowledge of Microsoft Project 2007 is assumed. Windows experience and keyboard awareness is assumed. Objectives: Upon completion of the course delegates will have explored all the features and facilities within Microsoft Project and will have applied what they have learnt by practising with “real” data.   Course Content:    Introduction to Project Planning Project Planning Concepts & Terminology. Introduction to Microsoft Project for Windows. Project Guide, Navigation, Menus, Toolbars, Cursors, Mouse Movement, AutoFilters, Graphical Indicators, Dialogs, Dropdown lists, Using Help, Wizards, Smart Tags.   File Commands New, Open, Save, Close, File Formats, Database storage, Templates.   Project & Task Entry New projects Entering Project Information, Task durations Start and Finish dates Outlining, Linking Tasks Dependencies.   Navigating your Project Data Views, Tables, Filters, Forms, Hyperlinks, Combination Views, Linking Tasks to documents.                    Formatting Commands Gantt Chart Wizard, Fonts, Text Styles, Bars, Bar Text, Three tiered TimeScale & Gridlines, Custom Formatting, Indicators, Grouping, Cell Formatting.           Setting up Calendars Project, Task and Resource Calendars, Calendar Wizard, Resource Working Time.   Task Detail & the Scheduling Engine Fixed Duration, Fixed Units, Fixed Work Effort Driven Tasks, Task Splitting Task Drivers, Multi-Level Undo, Change Recalc highlighting, Methods of Scheduling, Scenario Analysis.   Resource Allocation Shared Resource Pool Assigning Resources Resource types, Cost resources Resource Information Setting Resource Availability, Rates Resource Contouring Resource Usage View (new rollup features) Reviewing Resource Allocation, Resolving Conflicts & Resource Levelling Resource Availability Graph.   Reporting Printing Project Views Page Setup, Printing Options Printing Project Reports.   Baselines & Tracking Setting the Baseline Interim Baselines Multiple Baselines Baseline Comparisons Budget Tracking Tracking the Project Progress Lines.   Multiple Projects Inserted Projects, Cross Project Linking, Multi-Project Behaviour.   Collaborative Features Publishing Projects; SharePoint Services.

Accelerated PMP® Exam Preparation (4 Days) – 7th to 10th February, 2011 (London)

When: Monday, February 07, 2011 at 9:00 AM – Thursday, February 10, 2011 at 6:00 PM (GMT) Where: Central London Hosted By: Technology Associates Technology Associates International Limited is one of the leading global project management consultancies specialising in Microsoft Office Project and Enterprise Project Management Solutions. Since 1990, Technology Associates have provided deployment, consultancy, development and training services to more than 500 organisations including some of the world’s leading companies, and we have an international presence throughout the world.   Technology Associates is proud to partner with RMC Project Management Inc . Technology Associates brings the highly acclaimed courses developed by Rita Mulcahy and her organisation to the UK. Courses are run using the same structure and RMC materials as used on the RMC courses in the USA and utilise experienced RMC PMP Exam Prep instructors so that delegates get the full benefit of these courses without having to travel to the USA! Register for this event now at: http://taipmpprep4day070211-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: Accelerated PMP® Exam Prep Course (4 days) Length: 35 Contact Hours (PDU’s)                     This intensive four day course is designed to completely prepare you for the PMP exam in a fun and effective manner—with no studying after class! In addition to unique games and activities, there are exercises and techniques designed specifically to increase both learning and knowledge retention, giving students the knowledge they need to pass the exam in only four days—without rote memorization. Materials utilized in this class include Rita Mulcahy’s (RMC Project Management ) entire PMP Exam Prep System (retail value $399), plus other materials not available to the general public. Widely recognised as the best courses in the world for PMP Exam Prep, you can now take advantage of these courses in the UK. Please contact us if you would like information on in-house corporate courses. For full details of this course as detailed on the RMC web site, please go to: http://www.rmcproject.com/courses/accelerated_pmp_exam_prep_course.aspx Course Learning Objectives At the end of this course you will be able to: Pass the PMP ® Exam offered by the Project Management Institute, with full confidence Identify gaps in your knowledge that may hurt you on the exam Be more comfortable with the types of questions you will see on the exam Use tips to pass the exam that have been used successfully by thousands of people Utilize your personalized test taking strategy Apply project management techniques useful in the real world Why Take This Course? Imagine what the class designed by Rita Mulcahy, PMP, one of the world’s experts on the PMP ® exam, might be like. Why should you take our Accelerated prep class? There is no study required after this class. Students are ready to sit for the exam on the very next day. Whereas others spend days walking you through the inputs and outputs of the PMBOK ® Guide, we will show you how to understand them in only minutes. Then watch how you immediately get 80 to 100 percent of sample questions right. Rather than making you endure days of memorization, we help you understand and learn. You will take computerized exam simulations in class, SO YOU WILL KNOW you are ready to sit for the exam—and you will have evidence to prove it. You will utilize the best-selling materials available to pass the PMP ® exam—including Rita’s book, PMP ® Exam Prep . You will also gain access to study materials not otherwise available to the general public. You will learn topics that are on the exam but are NOT in the PMBOK ® Guide, as well as, reasons why others fail the exam and how to avoid these critical mistakes. You will understand how to analyze and answer the most difficult questions on the exam, and quickly tackle situational questions that seemingly have more than one correct answer. You will discover what you know, as well as what you do NOT know, and receive help filling your knowledge gaps. You will learn the “Boil it Down” trick, the “Backwards” trick, the “Inputs and Outputs” trick, the “Translation” trick and many, many others developed from over 19 years of helping people pass the exam. Preparation Submit your application to PMI to take the exam AND get a test date immediately after the class completes. The best way to prepare and submit your application is to do so online at PMI’s website. Review your basic project management training materials. Complete the mandatory JumpStart e-learning course . RMC is excited to offer a free website with this class, offering up to four extra hours of material to help those who wish to get a jump start on their learning. This program includes additional mandatory work on the topic of Procurement. Reviewing this material prior to class will be a BIG HELP in making sure you are not left behind during class. You will also have access to JumpStart for 90 days after the class ends . What to Bring to This Course PMBOK ® Guide, 4th Edition (2008) (hard copy, or printed from CD version) A Laptop Computer for PMP ® Exam Simulations – to work with our PMP ® exam simulation software, PM FASTrack ® , during class. The laptop will need a CD ROM drive, and you will need administrative rights to install software on the machine. Course Outline Overview of the exam: How to study and create a study plan Tricks for memorizing formulas Tricks to help you understand how the PMP ® questions are written Tricks for shortening your study time Tricks for taking the exam Tricks for finding holes in your project management knowledge Reasons people fail the exam and how to make sure you do not do the same Exercises to help you understand, memorize and conceptualize the information you need to know, right in class, including those dreaded formulas Understanding PMI ® -isms Detailed coverage of: The process of project management The framework of project management Integration management Scope management Time management Cost management Quality management Human resources management Communications management Risk management Procurement management Professional responsibilities PMP ® Exam Simulations Identify gaps in your knowledge and a personalised study plan Work with our PMP ® exam simulation software, PM FASTrack ®  

Project 2007 Server Administration Course

When: Monday, November 29, 2010 at 9:00 AM – Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 5:00 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Limited Technology Associates International Limited is one of the leading global project management consultancies specialising in Microsoft Office Project and Enterprise Project Management Solutions. Since 1990, Technology Associates have provided deployment, consultancy, development and training services to more than 500 organisations including some of the world’s leading companies, and we have an international presence throughout the world.     Technology Associates have deployed hundreds of EPM solutions and deployed more than 2,000 Microsoft Project solutions. With ten Microsoft Competencies under our belt, including ISV status, we have built a solid reputation for delivering high quality services and solutions, and providing exceptional value for money. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, with Offices in New York, San Francisco, India and Barcelona, and a strategic partner network covering AsiaPac, Middle East and ROW, we work internationally in delivering EPM and SharePoint solutions to our customer base in over 39 countries. Register for this event now at: http://taipsserveradmin291110-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: Course Description: Course Outline:   This course is designed for those people who have responsibility for managing and administering the Project 2007 Server. Who Should Attend: Users who have a very good knowledge of Microsoft Project 2007 and will be responsible for maintaining the Project 2007 Server database and users. Course Criteria: Attendance on the Introductory Project Professional 2007 course is an absolute minimum. Attendance on an advanced course with at least four to six weeks as a consolidation period is highly desirable. In addition attendees should have some experience of SQL Server, IIS, and ideally Windows SharePoint Services. Knowledge of network permissions, active directory and security models would be an advantage. Objectives and Course Content:    Upon completion of the course delegates will be able to: Understand EPM 2007 Administration Concepts & Setup Project Web Client ·          Understand the different areas of the Home page and links from it. ·          Understand authentications types and logins. ·          Understand how to set up e-mail notifications for users and their teams. ·          Demonstrate how to save Microsoft Project information offline. ·          Demonstrate how to view, edit, and update projects & tasks. ·          Understand how to reject, create, and delegate task assignments. ·          Understand how to link notes, issues, risks and documents to tasks. ·          Describe the Outlook integration. ·          Show how to view projects in the Project Center & how to create the views. ·          Show how to view resources in the Resource Center & how to create the views. ·          Show how to create an activity. . ·          Demonstrate how to view resource and assignment data related to all projects. ·          Understand how to edit enterprise resource information. ·          Understand how to request a status report from other team members. ·          Describe how to view requested status reports from other team members. ·          Discuss how to submit an ad-hoc status report to other team members. ·          Describe how to review an archive of status reports. ·          View and update task changes to Microsoft Project. ·          View and update calendar changes to Microsoft Project. ·          Set up rules to automatically update task changes. ·          View a historical archive of task updates. ·          Understand Check In/Check Out of Projects and resources ·          Understand Outlook integration ·          Understand Categories/Groups/Permissions & Security Templates and how to use these to configure the system. Essential for analyzing the business and how EPM can be adopted. ·          Understand how data is stored in Project Server.   Project 2007 Server Administration ·          Understand the different Administration options ·          Understand the communication and messaging process ·          Understand the Task Views, Time Periods, Fiscal Periods and options. ·          Describe the provisioning process for creating workspaces. ·          Understand how to view and upload documents for projects and public documents. ·          Demonstrate searching of documents in the document libraries. ·          Understand how to create and edit an issue or   risk. ·          Understand how to customize Issue and risk fields and views. ·          Describe what Microsoft Project Server is and what it is used for. ·          Demonstrate connecting Microsoft Project to Microsoft Project Server.. ·          Understand the functionality of Microsoft Project Server. ·          Understand the different user types and the how they interact with Microsoft Project Server and its functionality. ·          Understand the responsibilities of a Microsoft® Project Server Administrator and best practices. ·          Discuss the various views available, their purpose and how to customize them. ·          Discuss Windows SharePoint™ Services from the Microsoft administration perspective. ·          Understand the Databases in Project Server and how they interact. ·          Understand OLAP Cube generation and administration and Data Anlysis Views. ·          Describe customization of the Microsoft Project Web Access Client. ·          Describe license management within Project Server 2007 ·          Discuss maintenance of clean data in the Microsoft Project Server database. ·          Understand how security works within Microsoft Project Server. ·          Demonstrate the process for setting permissions. ·          Understand the process for time tracjing and progressing updates ·          Understand and edit the Resource Breakdown Structure. ·          Understand the Administration options in Project Server and how to use them ·          Demonstrate and understand the significance of Outline code fields at Project, Task and Resource level. ·          Describe, understand and be able to apply Multi-value fields ·          Understand the process for Best practice in planning and deploying EPM ·          Troubleshooting ·          Recognise what the Active Cache is and how it works

Project 2007 – Project Web Access for Team Members Course

When: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 1:30 PM – 4:30 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Limited Technology Associates International Limited is one of the leading global project management consultancies specialising in Microsoft Office Project and Enterprise Project Management Solutions. Since 1990, Technology Associates have provided deployment, consultancy, development and training services to more than 500 organisations including some of the world’s leading companies, and we have an international presence throughout the world.     Technology Associates have deployed hundreds of EPM solutions and deployed more than 2,000 Microsoft Project solutions. With ten Microsoft Competencies under our belt, including ISV status, we have built a solid reputation for delivering high quality services and solutions, and providing exceptional value for money. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, with Offices in New York, San Francisco, India and Barcelona, and a strategic partner network covering AsiaPac, Middle East and ROW, we work internationally in delivering EPM and SharePoint solutions to our customer base in over 39 countries. Register for this event now at: http://taipwa2007tm231110-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: Course Description Course Outline:     This course provides the team member with training on features used in Project Web Access for Project 2007. The team member will understand how to manage projects via Web Access, and also see how they will update personal tasks. Through Web Access, the team member can also view Enterprise project data relevant to them thus enhancing his/her understanding of the effect of individual changes on the database of projects.   In conjunction with functionality, training, labs are used to provide each student with hands-on experience. Who Should Attend: Team members who need to report status and time/progress back to the Project Manager. No previous experience is assumed or is necessary. Course Content: Project Server architecture and overview. An Overview of how data is exchanged between Microsoft Project Professional 2007, Project Server and viewed in PWA. How users/stakeholders without Microsoft Project 2007 can interact with the Project Server database. The features of Project Web Access that are most helpful in tracking a projects progress and reporting progress. This includes Project Server’s timesheet capabilities, reporting of actual hours and percent complete, Home Page and overall navigation tips. Security/roles in Web Access. Tasks Discuss and practice how team members update actual hours for tasks they are assigned, and include task rejection, delegation, creation and self assign option via the Tasks tab. Learn about proposals and activities. Projects How to view projects to which the user is assigned. Resources Describe the Resource Center Page, including viewing Resource Availability. Status Reports Describe and practice creating and updating status reports. Includes merging and archiving functions. Updates Discuss the project team member’s updates responsibilities. Discuss the project manager’s updates responsibilities. Review accepting and rejecting team member updates. Windows SharePoint Services The Project Workspace. Document Management See how to manage documents for projects, including adding documents to projects and linking them to tasks, issues and risks.                             Issues See how to raise and manage issues for projects, including creating new issues and linking them to tasks. Risks See how to raise and manage risks in projects, including creating new risks and linking them to tasks.

PRINCE2® Combined Foundation and Practitioner Course, (5 days) – 14th to 18th February, 2011

When: Monday, February 14, 2011 at 9:00 AM – Friday, February 18, 2011 at 5:00 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Ltd Technology Associates International ( www.techassoc.com ) is an Approved Training Organisation (ATO), accredited by the APM Group – the leading accreditation, certification and examination body – to deliver PRINCE2® courses.    As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we have over 18 years experience of delivering training solutions.   Our PRINCE2® trainers are skilled experts who take pride in guiding delegates through the PRINCE2® methodology and help them understand how the material applies to their specific personal and organisational circumstances. Register for this event now at: http://taipr2140211-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: The course provides a balance between a learning experince about structured project management and PRINCE2®, and maximising the delegate’s chances of passing the Practitioner examination. On passing the examination, the delegate becomes a Registered PRINCE2® Practitioner. The course starts with a period of directed self-study commencing approximately 2 weeks before the classroom event.   This brings everyone up to a common standard of basic familiarity with the language and underlying principles of PRINCE2®, and ensures that the course gets off to a smooth start. Delegates should plan their time for this self-study to ensure that they gain maximum benefit from this essential element of the course.   A minimum of 10 hours should be scheduled if at all possible. The first three days in the classroom follow the lifecycle of a project, explaining the use and benefits of the PRINCE2® processes, themes and techniques, and how these can be adapted to suit a variety of project types and scenarios.   Approximately 30% of this time is spent on practical work and discussion using a “continuous” case study as a basis for exercises that help to reinforce delegate learning.    The Foundation examination takes place on day 3.  The following two days are dedicated to reinforcing what has been learnt and to preparing for the Practitioner examination that takes place on the last afternoon.   Full explanation is provided of the types of question used in the examination, together with guidance on how to answer them to best effect. Evening work is provided (approximately one-hour) to enable revision and practice of what has been learned each day. Terms & Conditions of Booking: Payment is due on booking.   Cancellations and Transfers More than 20 working days notice before course commences – £50 cancellation fee is payable From 0 to 20 working days inclusive before course commences – 100 % of the course fee is payable   VERY IMPORTANT: If you are unable to complete a course due to illness or any other reason, you will have to pay the full course fee to attend a future course. No refund will be offered for failing to attend any part of the whole course.   A full copy of our terms and conditions of sale is available on request.                 PRINCE2® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries.

PRINCE2® Combined Foundation and Practitioner Course, (5 days) – 17th to 21st January, 2011

When: Monday, January 17, 2011 at 9:00 AM – Friday, January 21, 2011 at 5:00 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Ltd Technology Associates International ( www.techassoc.com ) is an Approved Training Organisation (ATO), accredited by the APM Group – the leading accreditation, certification and examination body – to deliver PRINCE2® courses.    As a Microsoft Gold Partner, we have over 18 years experience of delivering training solutions.   Our PRINCE2® trainers are skilled experts who take pride in guiding delegates through the PRINCE2® methodology and help them understand how the material applies to their specific personal and organisational circumstances. Register for this event now at: http://taipr2170111-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: The course provides a balance between a learning experince about structured project management and PRINCE2®, and maximising the delegate’s chances of passing the Practitioner examination. On passing the examination, the delegate becomes a Registered PRINCE2® Practitioner. The course starts with a period of directed self-study commencing approximately 2 weeks before the classroom event.   This brings everyone up to a common standard of basic familiarity with the language and underlying principles of PRINCE2®, and ensures that the course gets off to a smooth start. Delegates should plan their time for this self-study to ensure that they gain maximum benefit from this essential element of the course.   A minimum of 10 hours should be scheduled if at all possible. The first three days in the classroom follow the lifecycle of a project, explaining the use and benefits of the PRINCE2® processes, themes and techniques, and how these can be adapted to suit a variety of project types and scenarios.   Approximately 30% of this time is spent on practical work and discussion using a “continuous” case study as a basis for exercises that help to reinforce delegate learning.    The Foundation examination takes place on day 3.  The following two days are dedicated to reinforcing what has been learnt and to preparing for the Practitioner examination that takes place on the last afternoon.   Full explanation is provided of the types of question used in the examination, together with guidance on how to answer them to best effect. Evening work is provided (approximately one-hour) to enable revision and practice of what has been learned each day. Terms & Conditions of Booking: Payment is due on booking.   Cancellations and Transfers More than 20 working days notice before course commences – £50 cancellation fee is payable From 0 to 20 working days inclusive before course commences – 100 % of the course fee is payable   VERY IMPORTANT: If you are unable to complete a course due to illness or any other reason, you will have to pay the full course fee to attend a future course. No refund will be offered for failing to attend any part of the whole course.   A full copy of our terms and conditions of sale is available on request.                 PRINCE2® is a Registered Trade Mark of the Office of Government Commerce in the United Kingdom and other countries.

Tech.Ed Europe 2010 Online Project Server 2010 Sessions

Exciting to announce the availability of the two Microsoft Project Server 2010 sessions we delivered at Tech.Ed Europe in Berlin this week (recordings and PowerPoint decks) are available online free of charge! Please note the interactive session are not available online, additionally there are plenty more content for SharePoint 2010: http://www.msteched.com/2010/Europe/Tracks/OfficeSharePoint and ALL TEE10 videos are here: http://www.msteched.com/2010/Europe Happy learning! Don’t forget to vote (click on stars underneath the title) OFS224 – Project 2010 Demo, Demo, Demo – Overview for IT Professionals and Developers – Christophe Fiessinger, Jan Kalis

Project 2007 – Project Web Access for Executives & Stakeholders Course

When: Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM (GMT) Where: Technology House Shottery Brook Office Park Timothy’s Bridge Road CV37 9NR Stratford Upon Avon United Kingdom Hosted By: Technology Associates International Limited Technology Associates International Limited is one of the leading global project management consultancies specialising in Microsoft Office Project and Enterprise Project Management Solutions. Since 1990, Technology Associates have provided deployment, consultancy, development and training services to more than 500 organisations including some of the world’s leading companies, and we have an international presence throughout the world.   Technology Associates have deployed hundreds of EPM solutions and deployed more than 2,000 Microsoft Project solutions. With ten Microsoft Competencies under our belt, including ISV status, we have built a solid reputation for delivering high quality services and solutions, and providing exceptional value for money. Headquartered in the United Kingdom, with Offices in New York, San Francisco, India and Barcelona, and a strategic partner network covering AsiaPac, Middle East and ROW, we work internationally in delivering EPM and SharePoint solutions to our customer base in over 39 countries. Register for this event now at: http://taipwa2007ex231110-rss.eventbrite.com Event Details: Course Description Course Outline:    This course provides the Executive user with training on features used in Project Web Access for Project 2007. The delegate will understand how to view programmes and projects via Web Access, and see how they can be reported on by using project attributes and categories. Through Web Access, the delegate can also view Enterprise project data via Data Alaysis views thus enhancing his/her understanding of the effect of individual projects on the overall database of projects.   In conjunction with functionality training, labs are used to provide each delegate with hands-on experience. Who Should Attend: Executives & Stakeholders who need to view project programme and portfolio information, resource capacity and loading data, and graphical reports, as well as being able to make key decisions using this data. No previous experience is assumed or is necessary. Course Content: Project Server architecture and overview. How data is exchanged between Microsoft Project Professional 2007, Project Server and viewed in PWA. How users/ stakeholders without Microsoft Project 2007 can interact with the Project Server database. The features of Project Web Access that are most helpful in tracking a projects progress and reporting progress. This includes Project Server’s timesheet capability, reporting of actual hours and percent complete, establishing and using auto-accept rules, and the creation and dissemination of status reports. Understanding permissions in Project Web Access. Home Page and overall navigation tips. Security/roles in Web Access. Tasks Discuss and practice how team members update actual hours for tasks they are assigned, and include task rejection, delegation, and creation via the Tasks tab. Data Analysis and Programme Management functionality. Projects How to view projects at a rolled up level. Resources Describe the Resource Center Page, including viewing Resource Availability & Assignments. Updates Discuss the project manager’s and team member’s update responsibilities within the timesheet approval cycle. Windows SharePoint Services The Project Workspace Document Management How to manage documents for projects, including adding documents to projects and linking them to tasks, issues and risks.                                     Issues How to raise and manage issues for projects, including creating new issues and linking them to tasks. Risks How to raise and manage risks in projects, including creating new risks and linking them to tasks. Advanced Reporting & Analysis Reporting using the optional features of SQL Reporting Services and MOSS (Excel services) (including heat maps) can be discussed and/or demonstrated.