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  1. 1. By VIGNESH.R
  2. 2. BI defined as Business Intelligence BI refers to technologies application and practices for the collection integration, analysis and presentation of business information Business intelligence tools are a type of application software designed to retrieve, analyze and report data for business intelligence. The tools generally read data that have been previously stored, often, though not necessarily, in a data warehouse or data mart.
  3. 3. To support better, improved and more efficient Decision Making BI systems provide historical, current, and predictive views of business operations., BI system information from Uses data that has been gathered into a data warehouse or data mart.
  4. 4. Spreadsheets Reporting and querying software: tools that extract, sort, summarize, and present selected data OLAP: Online analytical processing Digital dashboards Data mining Data warehousing Decision engineering Process mining Business performance management Local information systems
  5. 5. IBM's purchase of Cognos and other business intelligence software vendors was a step in establishing IBM as a BI "megavendor" (along with Oracle, Microsoft, and SAP).  Due to many consolidations in the BI industry, there are only a few independent "pure-play" vendors remaining (SAS and Micro Strategy being the largest).  Hyperion from Oracle Corporation & Business Object from SAP
  6. 6. Cognos is Business Intelligence software that enables users to extract data, analyze it, and then assemble reports Cognos is a web-based enterprise reporting solution. Cognos allows you to gather data from various storage locations and assemble the data into a personalized package IBM acquired Cognos (Jan 2008) ,Cognos name continues to be applied to IBM's line of business intelligence and performance management products
  7. 7. The software is designed to enable business users without technical knowledge to extract corporate data, analyze it and assemble reports. Cognos product for the individuals, workgroups department, midsize & large enterprise. Cognos software is designed to help everyone in your organization make the decisions that achieve better business outcomes—for now and in the future More than 23,000 customers in over 135 countries so they in market
  8. 8.  Cognos Connection (the web portal for IBM Cognos BI. It is the starting point for the browser-based access to all functions provided with the suite. With the help of this, content can be searched in the form of reports, scorecards and agents.  Report Studio (Professional report authoring tool formatted for the web) Query Studio (Ad hoc report authoring tool with instant data preview) Analysis Studio (Explore multi-dimensional cube data to answer business questions)
  9. 9. Limited Resources Time-consuming and cumbersome presentation of information IBM Cognos 8 BI provides a more time efficient, concise and clear method of reporting financial data to support better, improved, more efficient Decision Making.
  10. 10. IBM Cognos 8 BI, initially launched in September 2005, combined the features of several previous products, including ReportNet, PowerPlay, Metrics Manager, NoticeCast, and DecisionStream. IBM Cognos Express BI, launched in 2008 for mid range companies. IBM Cognos 10 BI , launched in October 2010, it bring together social collaboration &analytics for business users for single user ,user-friendly ,online through mobile, such as ipad,iphone,etc..
  11. 11. When a report has multiple formats or languages, when a report has a delivery method of save, print, or email, and when a report is burst.  Hypertext markup language (.html) Adobe portable document format (.pdf) Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (.xls or .xlsx) Delimited text (.csv) Extensible markup language (.xml) If you are the owner of a report or have the necessary permissions, you can specify the default format for each report.
  12. 12. Web Application No software loaded onto user machines Web address provided via Management Reporting website or email User Login setup Request for Cognos access available via MR website or email Users will be setup within Cognos with using existing UTSA Login ID & Password
  13. 13. Framework Manager Infrastructure organizer for Cognos: security, administration, metadata and portal. Data View A single store of related information containing a number of Data Elements. Also referred to simply as a View. Role Your security is based on permission to view selected data within your individual account, and roles to which you belong. Cognos supports the union of access permissions.
  14. 14. Term Description Consumer Consumers can read and execute reports in Cognos based on security. Consumers can also interact with prompts, and define output reports to other formats such as PDF and CSV. This is the most widely spread role/user in Cognos. Query User Query Users have the same access permissions as Consumers. They can also use Cognos Query Studio to create ad hoc queries, simple reports, and charts. Report Author Authors have the same access permissions as Query Users. They can also use Cognos Report Studio which provides the ability to create sophisticated, richly formatted reports and charts with complex prompts and filters. Data Modeler Data Modelers create packages that define a subset of data that is relevant to an intended group of users.
  15. 15. Followings are they advantage of Cognos: Planning Analysis Forecasting Scorecard
  16. 16. IBM Cognos BI is secured by setting permissions and enabling user authentication. When anonymous access is enabled, you can use IBM Cognos BI without authenticating as a specific user. In IBM Cognos BI, administrators define permissions so that users can access functionality. For example, to edit a report using IBM Cognos Report Studio, you must have the appropriate security and licensing permissions. In addition, each entry in IBM Cognos Connection is secured to define who can read, edit, and run the entry
  17. 17. Firefox 3.6 Windows / OS X/UNIX/Linux Compatible Firefox 3.5 Windows / OS X/UNIX/Linux Active Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 Windows Active Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 Windows Active Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 SP2 Windows XP Compatible
  18. 18. It Support all Operation system (platform independent) such as Linux,Unix,Solarix,Windows Mac Os. H/w Process Pentium and above and more than 1GB RAM.
  19. 19. Cognos training provide across India Most of they center in Bangalore city. In Chennai Course fee around 10,000 and above and duration as 40 hours. Such center as Green Tech Besent technologies..etc