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The biggest challenge with OLAP is the lack of ad-hoc flexibility to generate reports on top of the data that was not previously brought into an OLAP cube....

The biggest challenge with OLAP is the lack of ad-hoc flexibility to generate reports on top of the data that was not previously brought into an OLAP cube.

Join us for a webinar where we will demonstrate how users can benefit from the power of OLAP for ad-hoc reporting and analysis. With Panorama’s new universal data connector, end users can connect to any data source and start analyzing it instantly while OLAP models are automatically created for them behind the scenes.

Register for the webinar: http://www.panorama.com/webcasts/archives/2009/olap-for-ad-hoc-reporting-oct-2009.html

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  • Notes:BI Server uses SQL DB for system administration, data caching logs;UDC uses OLAP server as ‘black box’ for model caching. It’s highly NOT recommended to use the production SSAS machine for this purpose!UDC uses SQL DB for ModelData source administration;UDC and internal SSAS can be installed on same or another machine (preferably a 64 bit machine);To connect to SAP use the .NET provider for SAP MS provides with SSIS;

Combine the Power of OLAP with Ad-Hoc Self-Service Reporting Combine the Power of OLAP with Ad-Hoc Self-Service Reporting Presentation Transcript

  • Combine the Power of OLAP
    with Ad-Hoc Self-Service Reporting
  • Agenda
    • Top 3 Challenges in BI Today
    • Demo View slide
    • Live Q & A
  • Challenge #1
    View slide
  • Quick access to ALL data
  • Users are limited to pre-modeled data for analysis
    Oracle
    Microsoft
    SAP
  • Data resides in different places
    Databases
    Excel
    Applications
    Web Services
  • Panorama Universal Data Connector
    The Power of OLAP in Ad-Hoc Self-Service Reporting & Analytics
  • Panorama NovaView 6 Architecture
    Source, operational raw data
    Modeling, aggregations, semantics
    Business Intelligence, Logic and Security
    End User Analytics and Dashboards
    MS SQL
    Flash Analytics
    Oracle
    Analysis Services
    Dashboards
    SAP
    Executive
    Dashboards
    MS AS
    NovaView BI Server
    • BI MDX Engine
    • Business Logic
    • Administration, security, cache
    Spotlight
    NovaView Universal Data
    Connector
    • Data Connectors
    • Modeling Engine
    • Data Management
    Flat Files
    MS Office Clients
    Applications
    Smart Report
    Web Services
  • Challenge #2
  • Information workers still don’t use BI
    for data analysis
  • Because it’s not intuitive
  • So when they need data insights, they go to IT
  • Which causes a lot of frustration
  • This is why we designed & developed
    NovaView Flash Analytics
  • BI for End Users
    NovaView Flash Analytics
    The most user friendly analytical client available today
  • And if you need to collaborate with suppliers, partners & customers…
  • SharedViews
    Collaboration Outside the Firewall
  • Challenge #3
  • While information workers want simple,
    analysts want more power
  • More Power to Your Analysts
    • Instant calculated members
    • Advanced exception handling
    • Sliding filters
    • What if analysis
    • Interactive Charting
    • Advanced MDX wizards
    • One click interactive reporting
    • Geographic visualization
    • Large dimension handling
    • And much more
  • A few words about Panorama Software
  • BI Survey 8
    “As far as third-party tools go
    Panorama is still the #1 vendor…”
    To learn more, get the BI Survey report here: www.bi-survey.com
    *BI Survey 8 – review by Chris Webb:
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    The company behind the SQL Server OLAP
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  • Demonstration
  • Learn More about Panorama Software
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