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Breinwave heeft op de Abecon Inspiratiedag van 25 juni 2013 de workshop Business Inteligence verzorgd. Bijgaande presentatie vormde de basis voor de workshop / discussie

Breinwave heeft op de Abecon Inspiratiedag van 25 juni 2013 de workshop Business Inteligence verzorgd. Bijgaande presentatie vormde de basis voor de workshop / discussie

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  • Timing: 4 minutesPresenter Guidance: Consider incorporating stats from the slide into your talking track. For example, 85 billion apps downloaded is a huge number given the world population - 80% of apps in 2012 will have some form of social functionality - >80% of new apps in 2012 distributed/deployed on clouds – and 2/3 (66%) of mobile apps developed in 2012 integrate with analytics.  Key Point:Four megatrends are emerging that we believe will be dominant forces of change over the coming decade: mobility, social, cloud, and business intelligence (BI)/big data.These four megatrends are not only happening simultaneously, but are highly interconnected. Unlike other major shifts in technology where typically there has been one predominant trend (such as the introduction of mainframe and, later, client/server computing), businesses must address all four of these trends simultaneously.Gartner reports that, “CIO's increasingly see technologies such as analytics/business intelligence, mobility, cloud and social in combination rather than isolation to address business priorities.”As mentioned earlier, IDC sees that these four megatrends collectively represent the next major platform.  Script:As we look across what is happening in the technology industry today and the many conversations that our account teams have had with hundreds of enterprise IT leaders, four megatrends are evident. These trends not only represent what is most important to our customers today, but what we feel are likely to be the dominant forces of change in the coming decade.The proliferation of new device types, along with the connectivity of the cloud, is making us more mobileand changing the way we work and play. As technology becomes more immersive, we also expect it to help us develop more personal and social connections with colleagues and customers.The connectivity the cloud offers is changing what we expect from technology. With an always-on connection, apps can provide innovative new services with instant scalability and attractive economics.While business intelligence (BI) has been important for a great number of years, the explosion in connected devices and apps is generating an exponential growth in data and the need to get better insights from “big data.”At Microsoft we’re directly witnessing and experiencing these megatrends, but we’re not alone in our belief of their importance. According to IDC, “In 2012, the ICT industry's shift to its third major platform of growth — built on mobile, cloud, social, and big data technologies — will accelerate.” In contrast to what they refer to as the first (mainframe) and second (PC/server) platforms, they estimate that by 2020, “…enterprises’ highest-value leverage of IT will be driven by these third-platform technologies as well as an explosion of new solutions built on the new platform and rapidly expanding consumption of all of the above in emerging markets.” These four megatrends are not only happening simultaneously, but are highly interconnected. Unlike other major shifts in technology where typically there has been one predominant trend (such as the introduction of mainframe and, later, client/server computing), businesses must address all four of these trends simultaneously.Gartner reports that, “CIO's increasingly see technologies such as analytics/business intelligence, mobility, cloud and social in combination rather than isolation to address business priorities.”As mentioned earlier, IDC sees that these four megatrends collectively represent the next major platform.  Transition: You are not alone. Microsoft has reinvented and evolved our core business strategies in response to these four megatrends. Additional Information:Frank Gens. "IDC Predictions 2012: Competing for 2020.” IDC. Doc #231720. December 2011. http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=231720
  • Zap CubeXpress scans the Dynamics database to identify  customizations, security schemas, account schedules, and financial dimensions. Additional optimization processes are also performed as the Zap cube is created. This newly created cube is used by Zap Business Intelligence to generate business specific analytics.
  • Reports – powerful new reporting capabilities extend beyond traditional OLAP and Excel functionalities. Report Packs – create PDF management reports.Ad-hoc analysis – explore multidimensional data from many different perspectives by filtering, drilling down, slicing, and dicing.Dashboards – provide an instant visual snapshot of performance.KPIs – individual metrics that measure performance against target.Scorecards – a collection of key performance indicators (KPIs) to provide an at-a-glance snapshot of performance against targets. Business Alerting – users choose when and how they are notified by changes in performance.
  • Zap provides flexible, self-service reporting that improves the accuracy and efficiency of the reporting processes. Users can automate reporting workflows to improve the timeliness of information and empower their teams to move beyond manual reporting and provide more strategic analysis that will impact the bottom line. Unlike many alternatives, a single solution for both reporting and analysis is used, which ensures minimal administration and training overhead.Key features include:Powerful Reporting – Stop the use of unsecured spreadsheets by providing more powerful functionality than a pivot table, in a centralized web environment. Zap offers powerful new reporting capabilities that extend beyond traditional OLAP and Excel functionalities. Users can drill through on calculated members, create reports without the limitations of the hierarchy, and create list-type reports using member properties (such as phone numbers, alongside a typical measure such as amount). Date ranges are also now available; while not a typical OLAP functionality, this is a common requirement for the business user.Real Time Reports – Gain all the benefits from Reporting Services reports while providing users with a single reporting environment. Integrate real time reports and geo maps from Reporting Services into Zap reports and dashboards, and slice them by any dimension.Visualization – Add a chart to a report in a single click, choose from a wide range of charts, and make charts 3D. See hotspots in the data at a glance with heat maps and by flowing through conditional formatting of data points directly to the chart.
  • Management Reporting – Automate and streamline management reporting by selecting reports, scorecards, dashboards, and charts into a report pack; add images, title pages, a table of contents, and explanatory text, and create a PDF. When opened, reports are automatically refreshed with the latest data, including fields within report explanations.
  • Ad-hoc Analysis – Answer any question at any time by exploring multidimensional data from many different perspectives by filtering, drilling down, slicing, and dicing.Visualization – Add a chart to a report in a single click, choose from a wide range of charts, and make charts 3D. See hotspots in the data at a glance with heat maps and by flowing through conditional formatting of data points directly to the chart.
  • Dashboards provide an instant visual snapshot of performance. Zap’s dashboards offer:Dynamic Resizing – Layout adjustments are automatic, such as resizing charts to fit a dashboard cell, and dynamically resizing an entire dashboard to suit the user’s screen resolution.On-the-fly Filtering – Use a report within a dashboard to filter the entire dashboard. For example, if a user is looking at customer service metrics across the company, they can select an individual customer to filter the whole dashboard just for that customer.Drill down for Detail – Drill down from a dashboard to lower level reports for more detail.Guided Analytics – Any cell within a dashboard can be sliced by any other cell in the dashboard; this means that users can easily navigate through the data based on their own personal requirements.
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are individual metrics that measure performance against target. Zap’s KPIs offer:Flexible Formatting – Zap provides a wide range of gauges and options so users can customize the look and feel of their KPIs.Flexibility to Customize – Users can set anchors, choosing whether 'less is better' or 'more is better' on their KPI. They can also add extra needles to supplement the actual and target figures.Dynamic Calculations – Boundaries and target figures can be dynamically calculated, which is useful when using KPIs within filtered dashboards.
  • Scorecards are a collection of key performance indicators (KPIs) to provide an at-a-glance snapshot of performance against targets. Scorecards are fully configurable and provide:Create Scorecard from Hierarchies – Users save time creating detailed scorecards. Simply create a KPI at the top level of a hierarchy, and have KPIs automatically created for the dimension members you select. This enables users to pinpoint exactly which area is affecting an overall KPI by viewing the products and departments that contribute to the overall figure. For example, view expenses by actual vs. budget and see each individual department’s contribution.Weighted KPIs – Users can weight issues within a scorecard by importance, and then sort the scorecard to ensure they view the most important areas first.Additional Metrics – Users are not just restricted to showing metrics for past, current, and target figures; users can add extra columns to extend metrics, such as same period last year, or trend for the quarter.
  • Until now, Business Intelligence application functionality has been limited to what the vendor’s software developers could add to the product during a typical development cycle.Using Zap’s template architecture, business partners and customers can develop their own specific functions for use and reuse amongst themselves.Advanced statistical functions can be developed externally and then easily imported into the application for immediate use.Now customers do not have to wait for new features; they can work with their Zap partner to develop them.This particular screenshot demonstrates how functions can be used to make a reasonably large MDX statement into  3 placeholders 
  • Alerts provide an early warning system, so that users choose when and how they are notified by changes in performance. Alerting and report scheduling help you to automate your workflows and automate discovery and learning. Users can save time and money by pre-defining which reports they are interested in and scheduling them to run automatically; or, they can choose to be alerted to key changes and be sent those analytics via email. Organizations can extend this to automate report publication to specific users, groups, or even non Zap users.Reports can be either sent in PDF or published to the Zap BI portal. The same report can be scheduled to be run multiple times with different parameters, formats, frequencies, and destinations. By automating repetitive reporting tasks, Zap ensures that reports are created and distributed when needed and without error, saving time, effort, and money that would otherwise be associated with this process.This fully configurable functionality includes:Alerts – Alerts can be based on any change to a key performance indicator (KPI), such as the gross margin not meeting target or a new sale being made, a resource change (such as a report having changed), and scheduled events.Alerts with Insight – Alerts can be sent with contextual reports, to immediately highlight the cause of the change.Security Automatically Applied – Individual user security is automatically applied to any analytics that are distributed with an alert, even for PDF management reports.Flexible Distribution and Subscription – Report distribution is based on a combination of events and time frames. Zap users can also choose to subscribe to existing reports to gain more control over the information they need.Wide Audience – Distribute PDF management reports, even to non-Zap users.

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  • SocialMobility mobile apps will be downloaded in 2012 = 91%of organizations expect to spend on mobile devices in 2012 1/2of companies expect to use internal social network apps in 2012 2.7zettabytes in 2012 >80%of new apps in 2012 will be distributed/ deployed on clouds 32%of businesses are likely to invest in BI and analytics in 2012 from infrastructure to application platforms The strategic focus in the cloud will shift in 2012In 2012, mobile devices will outship PCs by more than 2:1 and generate more revenue than PCs for the first time 85BILLION Social networking will follow not just people but also appliances, devices and products 34%of CIOs say technology as a service (cloud) will have the most profound effect on the CIO role in the future 2/3of mobile apps developed in 2012 will integrate with analytics offerings 49%of CIOs rank BI as the top project priority for 2012 Big dataCloud
  • “Big data” is high-volume, -velocity and -variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making.
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