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Microsoft business intelligence

  1. 1. www.crgroup.com6 Antares Drive, Phase 1, Suite 200, Ottawa, ON K2E 8A9 Canada Tel: 613.232.4295 Fax: 613.232.7276
  2. 2. AgendaIntroductionsAbout CRGSeminar ObjectivesThe What and Why of BIMicrosoft Business IntelligenceProduct DemonstrationCRG Implementation ApproachQ&A and Next Steps 2
  3. 3. CRG OverviewFounded in 1989We are global company with offices in Canada, SouthAfrica, India and the United StatesThousands of companies use CRG solutionsPartnered with industry leaders: 3
  4. 4. CRG Solutions and Services Management Consulting Business Intelligence, Performance Management, Shared Services, Activity-based Costing/Management, Planning and Budgeting, Shareholder Value Creation Business Management Solutions Microsoft Dynamics™ GP, Microsoft Dynamics ™ CRM, Microsoft® Business Solutions Small Business Financials Business Performance Products Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-on Products, EmPerform, FlexABM, Enterprise Scorecard, Cost Allocator, Shared Services Manager (SSM), eSurveyAll our solutions are designed to fulfill our mission: Driving Better Business Management and Performance.
  5. 5. Some Key Customers 5
  6. 6. Seminar ObjectivesProvide you with a general understanding of BusinessIntelligence (BI).Share with you the Microsoft BI strategy and solution.Describe our capabilities and experience inimplementing BI solutions.Answer your questions and help you with your BIjourney. 6
  7. 7. What is Business Intelligence?Business Intelligence (BI) is about getting the rightinformation, to the right decision makers, at the righttime.BI is an enterprise-wide platform that supports reporting,analysis and decision making.BI leads to: fact-based decision making “single version of the truth”BI includes reporting and analytics. 7
  8. 8. Why BI? The Five Questions • What happened? Past • What is happening? • Why did it happen? Present • What will happen? • What do I want to happen? FutureData Black ERP CRM SCM 3Pty books 8
  9. 9. Common Pain Points...Data everywhere, information no whereDifferent users have different needs Excel versus PDF Pull versus push On demand – on schedule Your format – my formatTakes too long – wasted resources/effortsSecurityTechnical “mumbo jumbo” … Why I just can’t get it toyou when you want it. 9
  10. 10. Microsoft Business Intelligence VisionImproving organizations byproviding business insightsto all employees leading tobetter, faster, morerelevant decisions Advanced Analytics Self Service Reporting End-User Analysis Business Performance Management Operational Applications Embedded Analytics 10
  11. 11. Microsoft BI Principles 11
  12. 12. Microsoft BI Growth: Gaining Ground“Microsofts BI Tools revenue growth in 2005 was morethan 25 percent, growing at more than twice the rate ofthe overall market. …Microsofts impact on the BI toolsmarket cannot be overemphasized. This impact willmark an evolutionary change that has been put intomotion by the database vendors overall and will reshapethe BI tools market over the next 15 years.”Dan Vesset, IDC 12
  13. 13. Microsoft BI Platform 13
  14. 14. Microsoft BI Platform 14
  15. 15. SQL Server Database ManagementSQL Server Relational Database – provides a robust, scalable andenterprise-ready Data Warehouse platform. Microsoft SQL Server2005 has improved partitioning, manageability, and queryoptimizations to streamline data warehouse operations and increaseperformance.Many Business Solutions and systems currently use this database. Business Intelligence Platform 15
  16. 16. SQL Server Integration Services Provides functionality commonly referred to as Extract, Transform, Load (ETL). Moves and transforms data between sources and destinations, regardless of format. Cleanses data and ensures data integrity. Integrates heterogeneous data sources. Business Intelligence PlatformSource: 2007 Microsoft® Office System Business Intelligence Integration, White Paper, February 1, 2007, Anthony T. Mann 16
  17. 17. SQL Server Analysis ServicesAllows for Online Analytical Processing (OLAP), commonlyreferred to as “cubes”. Includes advanced analytical features such as complete datamining and key performance indicator frameworks.Enables organizations to accommodate multiple analytic needswithin one solution. Business Intelligence Platform 17
  18. 18. SQL Server Reporting ServicesProvides a complete reporting platform so that end-users canview data using a Web browser or desk top.Includes report authoring tools for both technical developers andbusiness users.Allows web-based viewing and rendering in popular documentformats such as Microsoft Excel and PDF.Contains robust e-mail subscription capability. Business Intelligence Platform 18
  19. 19. Microsoft BI Platform 19
  20. 20. Microsoft Excel 2007End User Tools & Performance Management 20
  21. 21. Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 Planning  Drive strategic objectives and goals into the planning and budgeting process to ensure departmental plans align with corporate strategy. Monitoring and Analysis  Powerful analytics capabilities empower business users to access data and to perform analyses on their own so that they can make better, faster decisions. Release scheduled for Q4, 2007 End User Tools & Performance Management 21
  22. 22. Microsoft BI Platform 22
  23. 23. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Key Benefit: makes informat ion easy to access and use. Brings the Collaboration “Self- Conten t Mana Service Search Share Point Server gemen t ” to BI. Delivery Serves Excel AnalyticReports Dashboards Scorecards as the Plans Workbooks Views central access point for 23
  24. 24. What We Like About the Microsoft BI Platform?We believe that Microsoft offers superior value for the following reasons: It’s affordable and leverages existing investments.  In many cases the organization already own the Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Office licenses. It’s modular–organizations can deploy it all at once or one piece at a time.  For instance, one can start with Reporting Services and cubes and then integrate everything with SharePoint. Microsoft is focused on the end-user experience and making BI easy to use. 24
  25. 25. Product Demonstration & Roadmap Reporting services (design–build–deploy) Excel 2007 (familiar world) ProClarity - Analytics PerformancePoint Server (Q4 2007) (plan–monitor–analyze) SharePoint Server
  26. 26. CRG OffersKnowledgeExperienceVision 26
  27. 27. Our CapabilitiesCRG has a talented, experienced group of professionalconsultants that can help you successfully implementany or all of your BI solution.Our business team consists of MBAs, CAs, CMAs,CGAs and CFAs.Our technical team consists of Microsoft-Certifiedconsultants who have many years of experienceimplementing Business Intelligence solutions.We believe in the dedicated involvement of bothbusiness and technical consultants who also providepost-implementation support and training. 27
  28. 28. Our Implementation ObjectivesOur primary goal is to ensure that… We understand the business requirements – we prefer to start with the highest pain point. We can provide cost-effective solutions that meets business requirements. We can provide a superior end-user experience. 28
  29. 29. Our Implementation ApproachFocus on the immediate pain point and delivery anddeployment paths Domain: Sales, Financial Reporting, Product Development, Projects, HR, Operations, Inventories, Purchasing, etc. Deployment: Reports, PDFs, cubes, push-pull, briefing books, URLs, IPAQ, Browser, etc.Develop a prototype solution.Validate the prototype against the business needs.Finalize and implement the automated solution.Train the users.Deploy the solution across the organization.Move on to the next pain point. 29
  30. 30. CRG Implementation Approach 30
  31. 31. The End Result
  32. 32. Q&A and Next StepsFor more information, please contact us at:www.crgroup.com | 613.232.4295 Doug Hum, Director, Marketing and Business Development dhum@crgroup.com | 613.232.4295 ext. 286 Vijay Jog vjog@crgroup.com | 613.232.4295 ext. 228 John Smith jsmith@crgroup.com | 613.232.4295 ext. 239 May Abouseido may@crgroup.com | 613.232.4295 ext. 226 Kobana Abukarikabuari@crgroup.com | 613.232.4295 ext. 227 32
  33. 33. Corporate Renaissance Group© 2007 Corporate Renaissance Group. All rights reserved.Portions © Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Microsoft, Microsoft Business Solutions Small Business Financials, Excel, Microsoft Office, ProClarity Analytics, PerformancePoint Server 2007, Internet Explorer, SharePoint Server 2007, Business Scorecard Manager, SQL Server 2005, are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation, in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual company and products mentioned may be the trademark of their respective owner. 33

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