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Visio — Who Knew?

Posted by Alan on June 24, 2008

Last week I went to a 2 day data visualization class on Visio 2007.   All I can say is that I owe Visio an appology.  Up until now I pretty much only considered Visio for basic tool that was pretty much good for generating flow charts and that was it.   And even when PerformancePoint Server came out I really only thought the Visio integration with PPS was nothing more than an easy out way for them to do strategy maps (instead of writing a new chart type object) while pushing Visio in the process. 

Boy was I wrong.   I never realized what you could actually do with it.   I can now definately see us using it more than I ever though we would.  


One Response to “Visio — Who Knew?”

  1. Alan,

    Welcome to the “believers” club. There are a few of us out there:

    Visio Guy
    David Parker: bVisual
    John Goldsmith’s visLog
    John Marshall: Visio Information
    Visio Insights

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