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Posted by Alan on January 5, 2010

Well it has been a long, long time since I last posted and hopefully the dry spell has now come to an end.   I tell you, that once you start blogging and get some experience doing it, then it becomes rather easy to put out good information.  However, once you take a break, it becomes tougher and tougher to pick it back up.  Over the past few months I have kept meaning to post something but I always came up with a good reason to procrastinate. 

So although I have not been posting, I have not be inactive in the business intelligence world.   For the past 6 months I have been working on two projects that might be of interest to people.  The first was a Clarity 6 implementation.  Clarity 6 was the application we chose to replace the planning/budgeting solution gap left by the big brains at Microsoft who decided they no longer wanted to be in that market space.  The second is one that is just wrapping up and it is a PerformancePoint Services project running under SharePoint 2010.  My next two blog posts will be about these two projects.

Talk again soon.


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