The Office 2013 Consumer Preview was released and there are some pretty awesome business intelligence highlights within it. Here is a quick summary of the features I have seen thus far that I am excited about. I will be digging deeper into these new features soon. In the meantime, if you want to play with Power View in Excel today simply install Office 2013 from the link above and then download the demo Excel 2013 file. That is all you need to do to get started – no SharePoint install required.
For more information on what is new for BI and SQL Server, keep an eye on http://blogs.msdn.com/b/microsoft_business_intelligence1.
Great blog from the Power View engineering product team showcases data visualization and interactive mapping in Excel Power View tips from Sr. PM Sean Boon http://blogs.msdn.com/b/seanboon.
More comprehensive list of what is new in Power View and Excel 2013 for developers.