Data Visualisation in Sharepoint

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  • Visual Fusion is business intelligence software that provides greater visualisation of your enterprise data.It is browser based and leverages the Microsoft platform including Windows Server, SharePoint, Bing Maps and SQL Server
  • Visual Fusion’s strength is in ease of access to a number of existing data sources, which may be both internal and external to the business. This diagram illustrates the existing data sources and services that Visual Fusion can consume as business feeds and can leverage to build a common operating picture for the business.
  • Most data within the business has only a limited spatial reference. For example, word documents, excel spreadsheets, PDFs and even Powerpoint files can be referenced within the system to provide a visual entry into the business information being recorded about key locations and assets.In this example, spatially referencing the location of safety manuals, and air and water quality reports, which are being held in a corporate system like SharePoint, provides an easy an intuitive means of accessing the most relevant data to an incident and can be readily integrated with other operational datasets.
  • Data Visualisation in Sharepoint

    1. 1. Data visualisation inOption 2GT’s PowerPoint Template Sharepoint 5b 5 4 3 1Wednesday 19th Subtitle2011Presentation October – GETTING CHANGED NOT SURE ON THELINES..Presenter NameRoss CaldowPresenter Email Contactrcaldow@geomatic.com.au All rights reserved. Copyright Geomatic Technologies 2011
    2. 2. • Melbourne (Southbank) headquartered company Est. 1994, 80 staff, Brisbane office, Perth office, North American office.• Leader in the provision of spatially based business solutions to government, road, rail & power utilities: – Field based asset mapping and inspections, – Spatial data distribution and value added reselling, – Digital aerial imagery and terrain models, – Enterprise GIS solutions including web & mobile technology, – Development, implementation and support of hosted and Application Service Provider (ASP) based solutions.All rights reserved. Copyright Geomatic Technologies 2011
    3. 3. “I don’t have geospatial data” Sharepoint and spatial data Demo QuestionsAll rights reserved. Copyright Geomatic Technologies 2011
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    5. 5. • FACT: Over 80% of business data has a spatial reference • Customers. Physical and mailing. • Assets, Facilities, Services • Events, Activities, Incidents • Routes. • Administrative, JurisdictionsAll rights reserved. Copyright Geomatic Technologies 2011
    6. 6. Easier to understand the information User empowerment of spatial activities Better decision making Powerful communication Saves time and effortAll rights reserved. Copyright Geomatic Technologies 2011
    7. 7. Business intelligencesoftware that unitesdata sources in avisual, interactivecontext for betterinsight andunderstanding.All rights reserved. Copyright Geomatic Technologies 2011
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