On several occasions during my time here at Autodesk, Inc., I’ve been asked: "What about Vault reporting? Oh, and how do I do that?" If you're asking that question too, this is definitely the class for you . . . but with a twist. We're not going to use Vault software reporting tools to do Vault reporting. Many people are now using Data Analytics tools to provide reporting on their data, and Vault software is no exception. In this class, we'll use tools like Tableau and Microsoft Power BI (Business Intelligence) to provide reporting on Vault features like workflow, lifecycles, checkouts, project reporting (entire folder stats), and statistics that talk about data authors and the associated states. This session features Vault Professional 2017.
- Learn how to export/extract Vault data
- Learn ways to report Vault data —using Tableau
- Learn ways to report Vault data —using PowerBI
- Learn how to make your data reporting more real time using Dashboards
Irvin is a Product Manager on the Autodesk Vault team based in Novi, Michigan. He has worked at Autodesk for eleven years starting in product support and as a user experience designer. Irvin is a Microsoft® Certified Professional and has been working in the information technology field for more than 26 years. He helps partners, consulting, and sales develop Vault deployment plans in enterprise environments and system requirements. You can find multiple classes Irvin has presented at Autodesk University, on a wide range of Vault topics. Irvin is a technology geek and loves sharing with the community on Twitter (@ihayesjr).
Tim has worked in I.T. since 1982 and has operated his own company, NetWise Since 1994 offering consulting services as an systems engineer, solutions architect and systems integrator. He became involved with Autodesk in 2008 while optimizing workflows for Inventor/Vault integration into and ERP as well as selecting an FEA solution for a large Curtainwall customer. He is responsible for all things IT for his clients including management analysis, Business process analysis & acting as an HR recruiter. He is involved with system design, software/hardware selection and acquisition, implementation, training, and cross application development; acting as a facilitator between application vendors. Tim has recently joined the Autodesk team as a Data Management Implementation Consultant. He has attended AU since 2009 and has presented many classes on a variety of subjects including data management, implementation, IT, BIM & FEA.