Microsoft SharePoint Dashboards and Web Reporting

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Microsoft SharePoint Dashboards and Web Reporting

  1. 1. Microsoft SharePoint Overview & Demonstration Ed McGovern January 29, 2014 Thrive. Grow. Achieve.
  2. 2. Topics to Cover • SharePoint and Integrating Data from other Systems – SQL Reporting Services – Business Connectivity Services (Formerly BDC) – Excel Services – Power Point Server PPS 2
  3. 3. SQL Reporting Services • Comes with SQL Server, just need a web server to install • Real Time Web Based Reporting • Users can Run or Schedule • HTML Mode is default web based delivery • SharePoint Mode has all the same options but houses reports in SharePoint 3
  4. 4. Tie Them Together Keep it Simple • Simple Dashboards in SharePoint – Utilize SQL Reporting Services – Utilize Business Data drill downs • Key Performance Indicators – SharePoint has flexible web parts that allow you to create indicators based on any data source available to SharePoint. – You determine good and bad criteria. 4
  5. 5. Excel Services • Based on Excel from Office. Web Based Storage and delivery of Excel Files. • Pivot Tables: uses Pivot Tables as a basis • Analysis Services: Uses direct links to Built into the Excel File to drill down into Analysis Services (data Cube in SQL) 6
  6. 6. Performance Point Services • Performance Point Services are the Tool used for • Reduce the complexity of securing business information. – Provides IT with advanced administrative controls for increasing the security of information resources 7
  7. 7. SharePoint: Its not just for Collaboration any more. • SharePoint has differentiated itself from other Collaboration / Portal Tools but integrating its key Analysis tools: Excel, SQL and SSRS with easy to create drills into data. – Makes it easier to make SharePoint your focus point of the organization 8
  8. 8. Demonstration 9
  9. 9. Next Steps – SharePoint Assessment • • • • 10 Review of requirements Identify Alternative Designs SharePoint Site(s) Layout SharePoint Assessment
  10. 10. Questions? 11
  11. 11. Thank you! Seth Zarny – Partner szarny@raffa.com 301.279.6500 Ed McGovern– Manager emcgovern@raffa.com 202.955.6505 Evette Collins – Account Executive ecollins@raffa.com 202.955.6708 Page 21

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