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    August 04, 2007

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    Chris Webb

    I'm sure someone with your background in Essbase will have some fun with Analysis Services... and hopefully be pleasantly surprised.

    Cobb

    I really hope so. I've been encourged by what I've seen with a full blown 64Bit Windows server on big HP hardware, and I've always liked the flexibility of MSSQL. Since I won't have to often get down into the grit of MDX, I'm wanting to concentrate on the flexibility inherent with MSFT tech that is likely going to be in place in customer sites. I hope to do more with less expensive component software.

    Jason Bradley

    I found this post really interesting because I have been knocking around the idea of trying to bootstrap a planning solution with Performance Point etc.

    You can see some more of my background here which will explain my alignment to the issue.
    http://www.linkedin.com/in/jbradley

    I'd be interested in a short dialogue about where you are headed. Feel free to contact me.

    jason(at)planetbradley.com

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