Since its introduction with SQL Server 2012, PowerView has started to become the familiar face of Microsoft’s self service business intelligence offering. Its inclusion in Excel 2013 has only reinforced its position as the premier tool for quick, interactive visualisation of data, in conjunction of course with the magnificent PowerPivot. But ask any “traditional” BI developer/architect about Reporting Services (SSRS), and it’s likely that they will staunchly defend it, decrying PowerView as a gimmick.
So here are 6 reasons why PowerView is NOT a gimmick, and may in fact be the future of SQL Server Reporting Services. Continue reading “6 Reasons why PowerView is the Future of Reporting Services” »