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    • Microsoft Business Intelligence
    • About Us
      Established since 2003
      Microsoft Certified Partner
      Core Businesses Focus
      Collaborative Service Delivery
      Enterprise Consulting
      Application Management & Quality
    • Purpose of Business Intelligence
    • Business Intelligence in Action
      What is happening?
      Scorecards and Dashboards
      What happened?
      Why did it happen?
      Reporting
      Analytics
      Strategy
      What will happen?
      What do I want
      to happen?
      Forecasting
      Planning, Budgeting,
      Consolidation
      Process requires past information, present conditions and future outcomes
    • The “clock speed” of business change has increasedMore happening more quickly
      Before After
      Predictability and stability
      Manageable change
      Enough time to react
      Long term planningwas enough
      Rapidly changing needs
      Unexpected change
      Shorter windows of opportunity
      Planning for the unknown
      How do we respond to these changing needs?
    • Component of a Successful BI
      Powerful Engine
      Strong Platform
      Good Driver
    • Today's Challenges
    • BI Offering in SharePoint 2010
      Large Datasets
      Visual Navigation
      Pivot
      PowerPivot
      PerformancePoint
      Mapping
      SharePoint list
      KPI / Status Indicator
      SQL Reporting
      Services
      Chart Web Part
      Excel Services
      Printing or
      exporting
      Small Datasets
    • SharePoint 2010 BI Web Parts
      Simple web parts that provide visualization
      Quick summary of data
      Can access multiple data sources
      Use the Chart Web Part to quickly display data within SharePoint
      Status Indicators quickly give you a snapshot of your data
    • Dashboard Designer
      Aggregate Data Sources and Content to create rich, dynamic, and context-drive dashboards
      Create content once and reuse across Dashboards
      One-click deploy and publish
      Common infrastructure within SharePoint
    • BI Center Site Template
      Evolution of the Reporting Center template
      Predefined lists for PPS, Excel Services, SharePoint Dashboards
      Starting point for BI portals
    • PerformancePoint Services
      Context-driven dashboards across systems
      Provides transparency and accountability
      Interactive access using browser
      Combine structured and unstructured information into a single view
    • Designing PPS Applications
      Dashboard designer used to create content
      ClickOnce application launched from browser
      Manages content directly in SharePoint
      Lists for content, data sources, dashboards
    • PPS Content in the Browser
      Business users view content in the browser
      Stored as Web Part pages
      Web Part connections used to relate content
      Ex. Item choice in a scorecard updates reports
    • Decomposition Tree
      Unique Data Exploration and relationships
      New in SharePoint 2010
      Filteringexpanding across dimensions
      Faster and more relevant visualization of data
    • KPI Details Report
      • Calculation
      • Variance
      • Scoring method & distribution graph
      • Comments
      • Accountability
      • Extensible
      • Applied Filters
      • KPI Name, Description, Properties
      • Metrics with Trends
      • Actual & Target Values
      • Created & Modified date
      • Indicator & Thresholds
    • Delivering IT Insight and Oversight
      Demo
    • Alarm
      Automate
    • Discover the Value Inside
      Learn
      Customer Voice
      Evolve
      Compliance
      Innovate
      Opportunity
    • Business Intelligence Platform
      DELIVERY
      COLLABORATION
      CONTENT MANAGEMENT
      SharePoint Server/PowerPivot
      SEARCH
      Reports
      Dashboards
      Excel
      Workbooks
      Analytic
      Views
      Scorecards
      Plans
      END USER TOOLS & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT APPS
      Excel/PowerPivot
      SharePoint Server
      BI PLATFORM
      SQL Server
      Reporting Services
      SQL Server
      Analysis Services
      SQL Server DBMS
      SQL Server Integration Services
    • BI in Microsoft SharePoint 2010
      Business Insights
      For Everyone
    • State of Business Intelligence
      32% of Excel users are comfortable with using it for “Advanced Analysis” e.g., PivotTables
      Only 28% of potential BI users have any meaningful access
      31% of all BI initiatives partially meet or don’t meet the business goals originally set
      – Business Intelligence Purchase Drivers and Adoption Rates, Gartner
      – BI Survey 9, BARC
      – Excel Segmentation Research
      Lines between producers and consumers of information have largely disappeared.
      Knowledge workers spend too much time looking for, not enough time analyzing the information.
      Requirements change way too fast for IT and traditional technology to keep up.
      Agile BI Out of The Box, Forrester Research, Inc., April 22, 2010
    • Challenges of IT development organizationsMore demands, less resources
      Increasing demands on individual and organizational productivity
      IncreasingIT backlog of unmet needs
      Scarce resources and funds for IT
      More difficult to improve businesssatisfaction
      Organization’s need for governance
    • Tension between business and IT The paradox of empowerment vs. control
      How do we break this paradox?
      CONTROL
      Governance
      Management
      Centralization
      Consolidation
      Cost controls
      EMPOWERMENT
      Access
      Agility
      Adaptability
      Self-service
      Innovation
    • Evolution of BI
      Self-Service BI
      Traditional BI
      Provision
      Analysis
      Reports
      Dashboards & Scorecards
      Data
      Staging
      Analysis
      Cubes
      Data Warehouse
      ETL/Data Quality
      Specialized Tools
      ?
      End Users
      Spreadsheets
      Existing Data
      IT Pro
      LOB Applications
      Data Marts
      Files
      IT has been busy keeping up with the growing demand for BI…
      Harvesting existing data, cleaning it and staging it …
      To provision reports, dashboards & scorecards to meet End User demand.
      But business is outpacing IT and End Users are demanding Agility …
      Rapidly breaking down the barriers of Control with Self-Service BI!
      Is it possible to balance Control with Agility?
    • Bringing it Together
      Simplicity
      Richness
      Scalability
    • Powerful New Analysis Tools: PowerPivotDrive personal productivity and insight
      PowerPivot for Excel
      PowerPivot for SharePoint
    • Self-Service Business Intelligence
      Demo
    • Limitations to Wider BI Platform Deployment
      Source: Gartner, BI Platforms Magic Quadrant Customer Survey conducted November 2009
      Cost and Lack of User skills top two limitations why an organization doesn’t deploy BI wider
    • Build on What You Already Know
      Most broadly adopted productivity suite
      Fastest growing collaboration platform
      Most popular DW, OLAP, and reporting platform
    • Approach of Adopting BI
      “Identify Focus & Start Small”
      Identify
      Initiate
      Innovate
      “Organization Wide &
      Cooperate Performance”
      “Departmental Initiative & Self-measured KPIs”
    • Approach of Adopting BI
      “Consolidate & Data Parsing”
      Standardize
      Cleansing
      Normalize
      “Consolidate & Eliminate”
      “Matching & Grouping”
    • Key of Successul Implementation
      Accuracy
      Ensure the data was recorded correctly
      Completeness
      Governing all relevant data was recorded
      Uniqueness
      Entities are recorded once with data load, de-duplication
      Timeliness
      The data is kept up to date, with correct time keeping
      Consistency
      The data agrees with itself
    • Summary
    • Provision
      Provision Access to InformationBuilt to be Mission Critical
      Connect to data across your heterogeneous environment
      Heterogeneous Connectivity
      Empower
      LOB Apps
      Teradata
      Manage
      Integrate data and ensure data quality across your organization
      1TBof data transferred in under 30 minutes
      Data Integrationand Data Quality
      #1 OLAP vendor for the last 5 years
      – BI Survey
      Prepare data and build models for end-user access
      Data Staging and Modeling
    • Mediterranean Shipping Company
      Super-tanker scale BI
    • Provision
      Empower End UsersFamiliar and Flexible Tools
      Quickly search and find information in reports, dashboards, and scorecards
      Empower
      Find and Access
      Manage
      Leader in information access technology
      Mash-up and analyze data in the familiar Excel environment
      – Magic Quadrant for Information Access Technology, 2009
      Mash-up and Analyze
      Most broadly adopted productivity suite
      Fastest growing collaboration platform
      Share and collaborate for better decision making
      Share and Socialize
    • Familiar and Flexible ToolsMediterranean Shipping Company
      Mash-up of data from internal and external data sources (U.S. Customs)
      33M rows
      1.7GB compressed
      Built-in 3 hours
      The new tools in Office 2010 help everyone be more productive…We work faster and smarter than the competition
      – Andre SimhaChief Information Officer, Mediterranean Shipping Company
    • Provision
      Manage from the Desktop to DatacenterFor Traditional and Self-Service BI Assets
      “…when coupled with SharePoint and SQL Server, there is a significantly greater amount of IT control possible over PowerPivot workbooks..”
      Gain visibility and manage end user created content
      Insight and Oversight
      Empower
      Manage
      – What is SQL Server PowerPivot, July 2010, Rita Sallam, Gartner
      From 100 million rows in Excel to 100 TB’s with PDW
      Scale from the desktop to the datacenter with Vertipaq
      Seamless Scale & Pervasiveness
      “…SQL Azure delivers the most innovative, integrated, and flexible solution.”
      – SQL Azure Raises the Bar on Cloud Database, Nov 2, 2010, Noel Yuhanna
      Simplified deployment on-premise and in the cloud
      Frictionless Deployment
    • Striking A Balance
      Connect & Provision
      Find & Access
      Monitor & Manage
      Mash-up & Analyze
      Deploy & Future Proof
      Share & Collaborate
      IT Professional
      End-User
      Control
      Agility
    • Microsoft Business Intelligence
      Most Broadly adopted Productivity & Collaboration Tools
      SharePoint
      Scorecards
      Excel
      Workbooks
      PowerPivot Applications
      SharePoint
      Search & Dashboards
      Analysis
      Services
      Reporting
      Services
      Most widely deployed EIM & BI Platform
      Integration
      Services
      Master Data
      Services
      Odata
      Feeds
      LOB Apps
    • Leader in Business Intelligence based on “Ability to Execute” and “Completion of Vision”
      Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms, January 27, 2011
      ken@binary-vintage.com
      elaine@binary-vintage.com
      http://www.microsoft.com/bi/ http://sharepoint.microsoft.com
      © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
      The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.