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Creating Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2010

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Business intelligence Primer with SharePoint 2010 Windows 8 and SQL2012

Business intelligence Primer with SharePoint 2010 Windows 8 and SQL2012

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  • Purpose of the slideClarify that Microsoft SQL Server PowerPivot technology includes both an Excel add-in and server-based technology that integrates with SharePoint Server 2010. Key Points: SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel 2010 is a data analysis add-in that delivers unmatched computational power directly within Microsoft Excel SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel 2010 is available for download free of charge at www.powerpivot.com. SQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint integrates with Excel Services on the SharePoint server to enable seamless and secure sharing and collaboration on user-generated BI solutions directly in the browserSQL Server PowerPivot for SharePoint is included in SQL Server 2008 R2Conclusion: SQL Server PowerPivot technology is the key to managed self-service BI, empowering users, enabling seamless and secure sharing and collaboration on user-generated BI solutions , and helping IT organizations increase efficiency through the PowerPivot Management Dashboard.
  • Purpose of the slidePoint out that SQL Server PowerPivot uses the standard Excel capabilities for slicing and dicing. Key Points: Use familiar PivotTable views, charts, and slicers for interactive analysisSort, filter, and scroll through millions of rows with about the same performance as a few thousand Users can work seamlessly via Web browser and enjoy the same performance and features as the Excel client.Conclusion: Interactive slicers enable users to look at the data from various directions in Excel 2010 and in the browser through PowerPivot for SharePoint and Excel Services.
  • Purpose of the slideElaborate on the capabilities provided through Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0. Key Points: Report Builder 3.0 accelerates report creation by leveraging existing content objects, such as Queries, Tables, Charts, Maps, Gauges, Logos It’s easy to share reports in a SharePoint-based environmentReport Builder 3.0 supports publishing and reuse of subcomponents to accelerate development, lower costs, and helps to keep reports up to date by automatically synchronizing updates with published content objectsReports can as data sources for desktop analyticsConclusion: Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0 are essential tools to deliver meaningful reports to business users. It is also an important self-service BI tool for business users to easily create and publish predefined queries, reports and charts independently of IT.
  • Purpose of the slideHighlight the new support of geospatial visualization in Report Builder 3.0. Key Points: Support for geospatial visualization includes mapping, routing, and custom shapes Users can also enhance location-based data reports with Bing Maps Conclusion: Rich visualization enables organizations to get more value out of BI by “mashing up” business information with geographic representationElaborate on the capabilities provided through Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0. Key Points: Report Builder 3.0 accelerates report creation by leveraging existing content objects, such as Queries, Tables, Charts, Maps, Gauges, Logos It’s easy to share reports in a SharePoint-based environmentReport Builder 3.0 supports publishing and reuse of subcomponents to accelerate development, lower costs, and helps to keep reports up to date by automatically synchronizing updates with published content objectsReports can as data sources for desktop analyticsConclusion: Reporting Services and Report Builder 3.0 are essential tools to deliver meaningful reports to business users. It is also an .
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