Pyramid Analytics - Self Service BI, Re-invented - André Verdaasdonk

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Pyramid Analytics - Self Service BI, Re-invented - André Verdaasdonk

  1. 1. Gain Control Dash Boarding Analysis Predict Scorecards Faster Take Action Gain Efficiency Reporting
  2. 2. Self Service BI, ReRe-Invented Andre Verdaasdonk VP of Alliances & Channel Sales t: +31 653 166 636 Andre@pyramidanalytics.com
  3. 3. Corporate Profile • Established late 2008 • Headquartered in Amsterdam • Offices in NL, Israel, USA, UK, France • Headcount – 75 (going to 100 by EOY) • Leadership • Deep skillset in BI related technologies • Long experience in BI sales and marketing • Experience from Tableau, QlikTech, Microsoft, ProClarity • Financing Round of USD 11.5m • Backed by Sequoia Capital, March 2013 3
  4. 4. Pyramid Analytics Vision “The Freedom for Everyone to Access Analytics*” PRODUCT DESIGN PRINCIPLES: SIMPLICITY End users can create data-models, complex calculations, reports, dashboards SCALABILITY Solving the headaches of: scalability; performance; security; deployment. Support 1000s of users in any role or requirement. SOPHISTICATION Easy to use ad-hoc and advanced analytics, visualizations, publications and data mining that is independent from the spreadsheet or report SHARING Dashboards, reports, calculations shared across the organization with Enterprise class security {*the.freedom.to.question} {*the.freedom.to.question} the.freedom.to.question 4
  5. 5. Why Pyramid Analytics? • Win against Tableau, Qlikview, Microstrategy, Cognos • Mobile BI today – for IOS, Android, Windows RT • Maintain and expand your SQL Server EE footprint • Managed self-service BI with Enterprise Control • Levels the playing field against SAP, Oracle, IBM • Maintain your BI customers that do not deploy Office 2013 / SharePoint 2013 • Full multi-tenant SaaS architecture – can be hosted in Azure! • Deploy to public or private cloud in 1-2 days • One-click migration for your ProClarity customers • Maintain current MSFT BI Customers looking for energizing visualizations 5
  6. 6. Where is BI on the agenda of the CIO? 1. Business Intelligence 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Enterprise Applications (ERP, CRM, and others) Servers and Storage Technologies (Virtualization) Legacy Application Modernization Collaboration Technologies Networking, Voice and Data Communication Technical Infrastructure Security Technologies Service Oriented Applications and Architecture Document Management Source: Gartner
  7. 7. Which business subjects are BI Related? 1. Business Process Improvement 2. Reducing Enterprise Costs 3. Improving Enterprise Workforce Effectiveness 4. Attracting New Customers 5. Increasing the Use of Information/Analytics 6. Creating New Products or Services (Innovation) 7. Targeting Customers and Markets More Effectively 8. Managing Change Initiatives 9. Expanding Current Customer Initiatives 10. Expanding Into New Markets and Geographies Source: Gartner
  8. 8. Market landscape 1. Business apps are accelerating their move to the cloud 2. Corporations are looking to at least replicate, or improve upon, their user desktop experience: - scalability, stability, functionality, and performance 3. Yet, among Enterprise BI tools available today, there is no cloud compatible RIA (thin client) BI tool that meets these criteria
  9. 9. Critical Success Factors • • • It is NOT Collecting the data but disclosing the data that makes the difference Solution needs to be: Easy to use, Affordable and Scalable. Offer the capability of Creating, Consume and Act upon result. Consume Operational IT Act Create Create Create Consume Act Consume Act Analyst Professional Consumer
  10. 10. What’s the problem with current BI? • Enterprise BI • Departmental BI • Weak visualizations • Un-scalable back end • Overly complex functionality • Un-sharable • Not intuitive • Desktop centric • High need for prof services • Prof services • Disjointed modules • Does not cover full spectrum of data consumption • Either too complex or too simple • Sophistication requires SDK • Not flexible • Lose ‘single source of the truth’ • Expensive • Expensive • typical Vendors • typical Vendors • IBM: Cognos • QlikTech • Oracle: Hyperion • Tableau • SAP: Bus. Objects • Tibco Spotfire • Microsoft: PerformancePoint, etc. • Microstrategy • SAS
  11. 11. Market Positioning Departmental BI Enterprise BI “Fusing the innovation of departmental BI with the scalability of Enterprise BI” 11
  12. 12. Reaching Untapped Users Pyramid’s Vision IT Power Users Business Users Casual Users Enteprise Users, Partners, Consumers 12
  13. 13. BI Office: the big idea self-driven querying, ad-hoc analytics and data mash-ups • Delivering Self-Service BI in the Enterprise: Fusing the innovation of self-service BI tools with the horsepower of the enterprise BI frameworks • Full Cycle of Data Usage: Pyramid delivers an entire suite for the data consumption life cycle of the organization. Going from one modality to the next in minutes with shareable content • Accessibility of Office: The simplicity and accessibility of a desktop office application delivered via the web (cloud enabled) with all the requisite sophistication Self-driven dashboard designer and viewer Build once, use everywhere Self-driven report and publication designer & scheduler Self-driven data mining & predictive analytics
  14. 14. The Gartner BI Landscape Complexity Data Consumption Universe Predictive Modeling Data Mining Scorecards Experimentation Dashboards Visualization Tools KPIs Simulation Ad hoc Query Cluster Analysis Online Queries Spreadsheet Analysis Performance Management Risk Analysis Standard Reports Reporting What happened Analysis Why did it happen Monitoring What’s happening now Predicting What might happen Strategic Value GARTNER
  15. 15. Covering the Entire Data Universe Complexity Sophistication with Simplicity Predictive Modeling Data Mining Scorecards Experimentation Dashboards Visualization Tools KPIs Simulation Ad hoc Query Cluster Analysis Online Queries Spreadsheet Analysis Performance Management Risk Analysis Standard Reports Reporting What happened Analysis Why did it happen Monitoring What’s happening now Predicting What might happen Strategic Value 15
  16. 16. High Level Architecture Pyramid’s Vision 16
  17. 17. Scalable, Secure, Deployable Enterprise Class Remote Desktop (PC/Mac) Mobile App Public or Private Local Desktop (PC/Mac) Web Server Scale out A modern design meeting today’s demands Common security Centralized Server Based Content Router (Fail Over / Load Balancing) Application Server Scale out Publication Server Scale out 17
  18. 18. BI Office Summary • bioXL: analytics • • • • • Deep, complete and powerful analytics tool Advanced grids, charts, gauges and Geospatial analytics Client-driven, shareable/centralized business logic State-of-the-art data navigation and query designer Patent-pending querying technologies • bioPoint: dashboards • End user driven point-and-click dashboard designer & viewer • Multi-query, interactive content with capability for 3rd party content embedding • bioWriter: reporting • “Push” methodology with schedules, subscriptions & alerts • Fixed output, leveraging the rest of the BI Office suite • “Recycle integration” with link-back to live interactive content
  19. 19. Pyramid’s Positioning Enterprise BI SAP BO Oracle IBM Cognos Microsoft MicroStrategy Panorama QlikTech TIBCO SpotFire Tableau Departmental BI Stale Innovative Enterprise BI Departmental BI
  20. 20. Office 2010 Experience
  21. 21. Conditional Formating
  22. 22. MDX Wizards •
  23. 23. Charts & Multi Chart
  24. 24. Slicers
  25. 25. Mutli Language
  26. 26. Preview of v4 – ‘backstage’ navigation
  27. 27. bioXL
  28. 28. PowerPoint Experience
  29. 29. PowerPoint Experience
  30. 30. Parameters
  31. 31. Web Container
  32. 32. bioPoint
  33. 33. Interactions (Patent Pending)
  34. 34. Dashboard
  35. 35. bioPoint Dashboard - Consumer
  36. 36. bioPoint Dashboard – Build Mode
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  38. 38. 40
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  41. 41. BIO Writer
  42. 42. Start
  43. 43. Word-like Interface; Branding
  44. 44. Document Editor
  45. 45. Dynamic Text 47
  46. 46. Launch: Smart Selections 11/25/2013 PASS BA Conference 2013 48
  47. 47. Launch: Distribution 11/25/2013 PASS BA Conference 2013 49
  48. 48. Launch: Scheduling 11/25/2013 PASS BA Conference 2013 50
  49. 49. Launch: Triggering 51
  50. 50. Finished Result in Word 52
  51. 51. Proving the Concept • Pyramid win vs. QlikView, Tableau, Cognos • Best of both worlds: data mash-ups, intuitive UI coupled with horsepower of existing enterprise footprint • Started at 200 seats , grew to 1,000 • Pyramid win vs. QlikView, Tableau, Cognos • • • • Best leveraging of the Microsoft Enterprise BI Stack Immediate Time-to-Market Quick client adoption 15,000+ Seats deployed • Pyramid win vs. QlikView, Tableau, Cognos, 5 others • • • • Best user experience (independent of platform) Best leveraging of the Microsoft Enterprise BI Stack Cost per Seat 1,000+ Seats 53
  52. 52. Proof of the pudding
  53. 53. Pyramid Analytics Overview “The Freedom for Everyone to Access Analytics*” PRODUCT DESIGN PRINCIPLES: SIMPLICITY End users can create data-models, complex calculations, reports, dashboards SCALABILITY Solving the headaches of: scalability; performance; security; deployment. Support 1000s of users in any role or requirement. SOPHISTICATION Easy to use ad-hoc and advanced analytics, visualizations, publications and data mining that is independent from the spreadsheet or report SHARING Dashboards, reports, calculations shared across the organization with Enterprise class security {*the.freedom.to.question} {*the.freedom.to.question} the.freedom.to.question 11/25/2013 PASS BA Conference 2013 56
  54. 54. {*the.freedom.to.question} {*the.freedom.to.question} the.freedom.to.question Op onze stand tonen wij NU Release 5
  55. 55. Thank you! 58

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