This is a post is a compilation of posts from Microsoft The reason I am created the compilation along with providing the link for everyone is the SQL Product Group has been doing an amazing job of pushing the envelope and providing us more & more features in the BI Space for use use with SharePoint 2013 Scorecards and Dashboards.
With this release, multidimensional models support analysis and visualization by using Power View in SharePoint mode. No special configuration of your multidimensional models is necessary. There are however some differences in how multidimensional model objects are displayed in Power View compared to other client tools such as Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Performance Point. This release does not support analysis and visualization of multidimensional models by using Power View in Excel 2013.
SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Cumulative Update 4, released May 31st, provides the ability for customers to create Power View reports against their existing multidimensional models (a.k.a. cubes). SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Cumulative Update 4 contains a few additional enhancements to the “Power View for Multidimensional Models — Preview” that was previously released November 29 2012 and based on customer feedback. This functionality helps customers maximize their existing BI investments by enabling their use with the latest BI end-user tools and adds greater modeling flexibility to the BI Semantic Model. Customers need to upgrade their Analysis Services instance and the Reporting Services add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Server (2010 or 2013) with this Cumulative Update to create Power View reports against their existing cubes.
As everyone knows Microsoft introduced an interactive data exploration, visualization and presentation experience called Power View with SQL Server 2012. Power View reports are presentation-ready at all times because they are always connected to your data. Users can quickly create a variety of visualizations, from tables and matrices to bubble charts and sets of small multiple charts. Power View operates on a BI Semantic Model that resides in Analysis Services databases or PowerPivot workbooks.
With the SQL Server 2012 SP1 CU 4, Power View can consume data from multidimensional models. Now Power View users can connect to both the tabular and multidimensional formats of the BI Semantic Model. This is achieved through native support for Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) in Analysis Services multidimensional models, ensuring optimal performance and functionality.