PerformancePoint 2007 to become part of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise

Microsoft is announcing an update to its Microsoft Business Intelligence roadmap.
Microsoft’s strategy is to deliver BI to everyone in the organization through the broadly adopted tools of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server and Microsoft Office Excel, and built on the scalable Microsoft SQL Server BI platform.
PerformancePoint Server 2007 will no longer be a standalone item on the Microsoft price list as of April 1, 2009. For organizations interested in PerformancePoint Server, it can be obtained by purchasing SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise CAL with Software Assurance. In the future, the monitoring and analytics capabilities will be included in the next release of SharePoint Server (PerformancePoint Services) and will be available to SharePoint Enterprise CAL customers.

In mid 2009, will be released PerformancePoint Server 2007 “service pack 3” which will include updates to the current product’s planning module. 

 
If you want more details watch the video with Guy Weismantel, Director of Microsoft BI:
Microsoft BI roadmap update
 
 
 
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2 Responses to PerformancePoint 2007 to become part of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise

  1. Sebastian says:

    Well Nick Barclay wrote funny entry about that "R.I.P. PerformancePoint Server" anyway we will see customers/market reaction

  2. Radosław says:

    Unfortunately, I have heard many complaints because of immediate and unexpected change in Bi roadmap (all of them regard end with developing planning module in PPS). But at this moment there are some ideas about delivering this functionality with Dynamics products. We will see what will come.

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