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Conquer your calendar: Use PowerPivot to analyze your time (video)

Today we are very excited to release a free tool that uses PowerPivot for Excel–Calendar Analytics. Calendar Analytics is a time management application that pulls information from Microsoft Exchange and visualizes that data in a very easy-to-use Excel dashboard. We are releasing this application in honor of Administrative Professionals’ Day, but this application is not geared exclusively to high-level executives and their administrative assistants.

This new business intelligence tool was developed as part of a continuing effort to show individuals and organizations that BI can be used by everyone, not just CIOs and top-level executives. Watch this special episode of BITV to learn how the Calendar Analytics idea came about and to get an overview of the application. Then download the application and tell us what you think!

 PowerPivot is required to run Calendar Analytics. You can download this free add-in here.

–Diego Oppenheimer

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