Microsoft Mobile Business Intelligence Today


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This presentation covers mobile business intelligence with Microsoft technologies as of March 2012. The roadmap, SharePoint 2010 December 2011 CU improvements and other mobile development tips and tricks are shared from various implementations.

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Microsoft Mobile Business Intelligence Today

  1. 1. < 1990s 2000 2002 2007 2010 2012 PDAs Pagers SMS/Text Blackberry iPhone Windows Messages Windows 8 Slate Newton Palm Treo iPad MessagePad Palm PocketPC Google, Android,Organizer II Pilot Nook, Kindle Fire, Others
  2. 2. UMD/Mobile Broadband-Enabled Shipments by Type Total Worldwide Tablet Shipments Q1 2012 World Market Forecast: 2008 to 2016 4.0% 2.3% 2.3%250200 7.5% Apple iPad Windows & Others150 Samsung 15.9% Amazon100 BlackBerry 68.0%50 ASUS 0 “The worldwide tablet market is entering a new phase in the second half of 2012 that will undoubtedly reshape the competitive landscape” – Bob O’Donnell, IDC
  3. 3. Need to have Nice to haveBasic real-time views and Mappingdrill-down analysisAlerting What-if analysisKPI monitoring Detail analysisMinimal clicking Minimal editingSave views ExportsCommentEmail
  4. 4. 1HCY12* 2HCY12 Windows 8 Wave Ensuring our existing corporate BI Delivering great touch-based data Delivering the best in class rich and web based solutions run in exploration and visualization immersive experience of the browsers across iOS and Windows capabilities in a browser on iOS, Microsoft BI platform on Windows 8 devices Android and Microsoft platforms slates “Microsoft recognizes that mobile BI is a significant trend in the market. Microsoft is committed to delivering highly interactive and immersive BI experiences across different devices to all users wherever they are.”
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  6. 6. • MobiWeave • Reuse your existing SSRS reports and leverage your current SQL Server BI infrastructure • Supports SSRS 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, Azure SSRS in Native and SharePoint modes • Parameters support (including calendar) • Interactive mode with drill-down • Navigate quickly with Bookmarks and History • Print and Email Reports • Download it from the Apple App storeM e
  7. 7. SSRS Native Mode SSRS with MobiWeave SSRS in ASP.NET Report Viewer Control
  8. 8. SSRS in ASP.NET Report Viewer ControlSSRS in ASP.NET Report Viewer Control SSRS in ASP.NET Report Viewer Control SSRS in ASP.NET Report Viewer Control
  9. 9. SSRS on HTC Sprint Phone SSRS on Apple iPhone SSRS on BlackBerry Phone SSRS on Droid RAZR Phone
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  11. 11. Items iPad Officially Supported Yes for viewing,Business Intelligence Center sites No for creating Dashboard DesignerDashboards that contain filters and linked items YesExcel Services Reports (include PivotChart, PivotTable reports, nameditems, and workbooks displayed in PerformancePoint Web Parts or in YesExcel Web Access Web Parts)Reporting Services Reports Yes, requires SQL Server 2012 SP1PerformancePoint Scorecards YesPerformancePoint KPI Details Reports YesPerformancePoint Analytic Charts and Grids YesPerformancePoint Strategy Maps Yes, requires Visio 2013Web Page Reports YesDecomposition Trees No Silverlight
  12. 12. Excel Services / PowerPivot
  13. 13. PowerPivot PowerPivot PowerPivot
  14. 14. Excel Services / PowerPivot
  15. 15. PerformancePoint on iPad
  16. 16. Visio Services
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