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Dashboards & SharePoint – Very Cool!

I haven’t forgotten I owe you an Arrow-Tip on creating a quote information sheet form with calculated fields in Word – look for it next week.

In the mean time, I had an interesting meeting with a prospect for one of my clients who reinforced my insistance on posting performance metrics. The team is engergized and ready to embrace metrics so I’ve been working on some interesting ways to use SharePoint for inputing and distributing information like on-time delivery rate, days without a lost time accident and percentage of rejected products. Look for an Arrow-tip on creating company dashboards to communicate performance metrics next.

This post was written by MistyKhan and published on June 24, 2009 in the following categories: Front Page, SharePoint. You can leave trackbacks on this post at this address. To follow the comments on this post subscribe to the RSS feed.


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