David Parker, Microsoft MVP for 8 years, Visio partner for 16 years, and author of two Visio books,
has been delivering a Visio Services introductory course for Microsoft around Europe these past few months,
and can now transfer some of his essential knowledge to your SharePoint development team.
Over two days, David presents the concepts of Visio structured diagrams and how you can link them to data to ensure that you always have current data visualised,
thus ensuring that your business is not lacking in intelligence.
Visio 2010 integrated with SharePoint 2010 provides the opportunity to create a myriad of data-linked graphics that are just not possible with charts and gauges.
David presents a short video on publishing and sharing interactive diagrams for Microsoft at
Session 11: Web publish and share interactive diagrams in Visio 2010
Read more about the whole series of Visio videos at at The Visio 2010 MVP Sessions
The architecture of any Visio-based solution requires an understanding of how Visio combines data and graphics together.
This 2 day on-site workshop will cover some topics that are essential to the design and development of a successful Visio services solution.
An understanding of these topics will prepare the attendees for an in-depth analysis of their own solution requirements,
and prepare them for an informed specification and development process.
The course can be tailored to meet your business needs, so, for example,
it can start with an introduction to the power of Visio Services for business decision makers and developers alike,
but then can focus on more advanced topics for just developers.
The price for this unique course is available on request, ex-VAT, plus T & E, and is delivered on your premises.
David has been presenting this course around Europe,
so the only limitation is that it is presented in English.
Please email sales @ bvisual.net for availability.
bVisual takes it's support role very seriously. It is part of our philosophy and policy to offer all
training clients 45 days free support with every course. This ensures that the training is not complete
until you have actually applied your new found skills in the workplace environment.