PerformancePoint M&A Overview


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Magenic tech night presentation going over PerformancePoint Server 2007 and how it fits into the Microsoft BI Platform

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PerformancePoint M&A Overview

  1. 1. Tech Night: PPS 2007 - Monitoring & Analytics 5:00 – 5:30 Refreshments and Socializing Dan English 5:30 – 6:30 Presentation Senior Consultant 6:30 – 7:00 Questions and Answers
  2. 2. Agenda • What is PerformancePoint Server (PPS) • Performance Management Cycle • Magic Quadrant • Microsoft BI Tool Offerings • Demo – Jewel Destiny • Overview • DB Diagram • Live Demo • Resources • Questions & Answers
  3. 3. What is PerformancePoint Server (PPS) PerformancePoint Server Monitoring & Planning Analytics Business ProClarity Scorecard Analytical Biz # Manager 2005 Server (PAS)
  4. 4. PerformancePoint Server
  5. 5. PerformancePoint Server
  6. 6. PerformancePoint Offering Performance Management Cycle
  7. 7. Magic Quadrant for BI Platforms, 2008 Microsoft strengths are the pricing and tight integration with the Office suite, the release of the PerformancePoint Server product in 2007, and the SQL Server products are very attractive for the companies that have already implemented a Microsoft infrastructure. Plus there is an extremely large Microsoft Developer community. Source: Gartner (January 2008) Gartner RAS Core Research Note G00154227
  8. 8. Microsoft BI Tool Offerings DELIVERY SharePoint Server Analytic Scorecards Excel Plans Reports Dashboards Views Workbooks END USER TOOLS & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT APPS Excel PerformancePoint Server BI PLATFORM SQL Server SQL Server Reporting Services Analysis Services SQL Server DBMS SQL Server Integration Services
  9. 9. Demo – Jewel Destiny Overview Fictional Jewel company with • Over 800 stores and 4,000 employees retail stores across the United • Approximately $1.7B in annual sales States •Sales versus pre-defined sales goal •Percentage of sales with ‘add-on’ items such as a chain, polishing cloth, etc. (must be They measure each at least 40%) •Sales made with an extended service plan as % of total sales (must be at least 50%) salesperson/store performance •Sales made with a payment protection plan as a % of total sales (must be at least by six factors 35%) •Repairs/resizing (must be at least 5% of total sales) •Credit applications (must submit one per full work day) •A web page to view the results of the six factors for a specific employee or sales hierarchy, for a specific period of time Jewel Destiny’s management •Standard reports such as top ten selling stores for a period of time, a line chart showing sales by product category for the last twelve months of available data wants a web site dashboard •A drill-down that allows an analyst to view sales for a high-level hierarchy definition that provides four things (product category total for a year) and then drill-down to subcategories or even individual items by quarter, month, or even day •The ability for ‘power users’ to add new reports as necessary
  10. 10. Demo – Jewel Destiny DB Diagram
  11. 11. Demo – Jewel Destiny Kevin Goff – Microsoft MVP The Baker’s Dozen: 13 Tips for Building Dashboards with Microsoft BI Tools
  12. 12. Resources Microsoft BI Site SharePoint BI Features Introduction PerformancePoint Home Site PerformancePoint Developer Portal PerformancePoint Team Blog Channel9 MSDN BI Screencasts SQL Server 2008 Home Site Microsoft Virtual Labs (TechNet and MSDN)
  13. 13. Questions & Answers ??? My Blog – Download files (SkyDrive) - My YouTube videos -