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  • Rishabh was established in 1999 with a strength of 45 employees focusing on software development by Mr. Raju ShahMr. Raju shah then established global businesses in different geographical locations in India, United Kingdom, United States, Dubai / KSA (Proposed)Rishabh has broaden its horizons to BPO and Engineering services with an employee strength of 350+Rishabh has now turned out to the one of the best software development company in Gujarat by receiving the BEST SOFTWARE COMPANY AWARD from GESIASuccessfully sailed through 2 major recessions without any lay-offsMore than 10 years in BusinessGrowing @ CAGR : Above 25% overall since 5 years350+ professionals – diverse functional, domain & technology expertiseExecuted more than 200 projectsServed more than 100 clients across the globeMore than 50% of our resources are having more than 1 certifications in relevant technologies.More than 80% of our Project Management team are PMP Certified.Key Markets - North America, Europe, UK & UAEISO 9001 Quality Management System Certification since inceptionISO 27001 Information Security Management System Certified Broaden horizon to BPO in 2004Established UK office in 2006Nasscom member since 2006Established engineering division in 2006Awarded Best Software Company in Gujarat in 2009 by GESIAAwarded the Highest Employment Generator Award in 2008 by GESIA CMMi Level 3 certified companyTechnology-driven, process-oriented company with ISO 27001 and CMMi Level 3 CertificationsRishabh MeansThe first Saint of Jainism who preached and practiced all basic wisdom, Ethics and art of living to the world.Variation of the Sanskrit word Vrishabha – Meaning: Strong, Manly, Mighty and EnergeticThe scripture which shows the right path, balancing all the pros and cons of life, leading us towards correct solution.Morality
  • BI Presentation - Rishabh Software

    1. 1. Business Intelligence Capabilities<br />Empowering Businesses<br />
    2. 2. Presentation Agenda<br />Empowering Businesses<br />2<br /><ul><li>Business Intelligence Overview
    3. 3. Business Intelligence Market Overview
    4. 4. Key Market Issues (Pain Points)
    5. 5. BI Market Analysis
    6. 6. Business Intelligence @ Rishabh
    7. 7. History with BI
    8. 8. BI Service Overview
    9. 9. BI Service Offerings
    10. 10. Experience with BI Tools
    11. 11. BI Projects Case Studies</li></li></ul><li>Empowering Businesses<br />3<br />Business Intelligence Overview<br /><ul><li>Business Intelligence (BI) is about getting the right information, to the right decision makers, at the right time.
    12. 12. BI is an enterprise-wide platform that supports reporting, analysis and decision making.
    13. 13. BI leads to:
    14. 14. fact-based decision making
    15. 15. “single version of the truth”
    16. 16. BI includes reporting and analytics.</li></li></ul><li>Empowering Businesses<br />4<br />Key Market Issues (Pain Points)<br /><ul><li>Data everywhere, information no where
    17. 17. Different users have different needs
    18. 18. Excel versus PDF
    19. 19. Pull versus push
    20. 20. On demand – on schedule
    21. 21. Your format – my format
    22. 22. Takes too long – wasted resources/efforts
    23. 23. Security
    24. 24. Technical “Jargon” … Why I just can’t get it to you when you want it.
    25. 25. The impact of IBM, SAP and Oracle’s entry into the BI market through their recent BI pure play mega-acquisitions is propelling IT majors to position themselves further away from being fixated with a particular type of data format, towards enhanced understanding and capabilities of managing diverse data types and formats.
    26. 26. Key drivers include increasing uptake of BI and business optimization, an overarching need for business transparency, better corporate governance and the need comply with stricter regulations.</li></li></ul><li>BI Market Analysis<br />Empowering Businesses<br />5<br />Since we are re-inventing the Business Intelligence market, our market is essentially the Business Intelligence market plus the midmarket which traditional BI vendors were not able to address. Below is a graph of the BI market size.<br />
    27. 27. Rishabh’s History with BI<br />Empowering Businesses<br />6<br />
    28. 28. BI Service Overview<br />Empowering Businesses<br />7<br />
    29. 29. BI Service Offerings<br />Empowering Businesses<br />8<br />
    30. 30. IBM Cognos<br />Empowering Businesses<br />9<br /><ul><li>Capabilities to provide solutions for:
    31. 31. Metadata modeling
    32. 32. Pixel-perfect reporting
    33. 33. Ad-hoc analytics
    34. 34. OLAP
    35. 35. Data transformation
    36. 36. Dashboard and scorecard tools
    37. 37. ETL
    38. 38. Tools & Technologies used
    39. 39. Cognos 8 Business Intelligence Server
    40. 40. Report Studio
    41. 41. Query Studio
    42. 42. Analysis Studio (Analytics)
    43. 43. Cognos 8 Framework Server
    44. 44. Metrics Studio
    45. 45. Cognos 8 Framework Manager
    46. 46. Cognos 8 PowerPlay Transformer
    47. 47. Cognos 8 Data Manager</li></li></ul><li>SQL Server 2008<br />Empowering Businesses<br />10<br /><ul><li>Capabilities to provide solutions for:
    48. 48. Data warehousing
    49. 49. OLAP
    50. 50. Budgeting
    51. 51. Analytics
    52. 52. Dashboards
    53. 53. Enterprise Reporting
    54. 54. Tools & Technologies used:
    55. 55. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
    56. 56. Microsoft SQL Server
    57. 57. SQL Analysis Services
    58. 58. SQL Reporting Services
    59. 59. SQL Integration Services</li></li></ul><li>Reporting Services <br />Empowering Businesses<br />11<br /><ul><li>Reporting Services Capabilities:
    60. 60. Relational, multidimensional and XML data sources.
    61. 61. Tabular, matrix, chart, and free-form report layouts.
    62. 62. Ad hoc reports.
    63. 63. Drill-through reports and interactivity
    64. 64. Parameterized reports.
    65. 65. Presentation formats.
    66. 66. Custom controls or report items.
    67. 67. Navigation.
    68. 68. Aggregations.
    69. 69. Graphical elements.
    70. 70. Custom .NET code</li></li></ul><li>BI Project Case Study<br />Empowering Businesses<br />12<br />Project Name: Consolidation of Regional Data Warehouses<br />Description:<br />Consolidation of regional BI Solutions to a centralized BI Solution for effective management of changes, master data, reporting and Licensing<br />Technology: <br />Cognos 7.3/7 .4, SQL Server 2005, Windows 2000<br />Solution:<br /><ul><li>To implement one Cognos server instead of multiple instances
    71. 71. Delete unnecessary Cubes and Reports
    72. 72. Distributed Cognos Architecture
    73. 73. SQL Server Optimization & Migrate Cognos to Qlikview
    74. 74. Separate Gateway Installation
    75. 75. Distributed Processing Installation
    76. 76. Multiple Upfront Servers Installation
    77. 77. Improve performance of rebuilding cube process
    78. 78. Infrastructure recommendations for improved performance and load balancing</li></ul>Business Benefits<br /><ul><li>Significant reduction of efforts in deployment and change management
    79. 79. Significant reduction in maintenance of consolidated server platform
    80. 80. Significant cost benefits by reduction of Licenses
    81. 81. Significant reduction in cost of overall maintenance and support activities
    82. 82. Significant reduction in cost due to minimal points of management
    83. 83. Improved User experience with uniform UI and reporting features
    84. 84. Summarized reports with single click reduces reports consolidation efforts</li></li></ul><li>BI Project Case Study<br />Empowering Businesses<br />13<br />Project Name: Taxation Reports Project<br /> <br />Description: <br />To develop different types of reports for the different applications used by the client<br />Technology: <br />MS SQL Server 20005, IIS 6.0, .NET Framework 3.5, Visual Studio .NET 2008, Report Builder 2.0<br />Solution<br /><ul><li>Migration of data from legacy DB to SQL Server 2005
    85. 85. Data analysis & modeling to new requirements
    86. 86. Report development </li></ul>Business Benefits<br /><ul><li>Scheduled reports, snapshots
    87. 87. Simple and cost-effective way to expose select information to user
    88. 88. Partner- and customer-facing reports online
    89. 89. Admin-defined privilege-based access to specific data.
    90. 90. Personalization and interactivity
    91. 91. Ability to satisfy information needs on-demand with high performance.
    92. 92. Professional, clean designs that support (not obscure) the business need.</li></li></ul><li>BI Project Case Study<br />Empowering Businesses<br />14<br />Project Name: Shipment Warehouse<br /> <br />Description:<br />To provide analysis of price, shortest shipping path, details of shipping by shipment company<br />Technology: <br />MS SQL Server 20005, IIS 6.0, .NET Framework 3.5, Visual Studio .NET 2008, Report Builder 2.0<br />Solution<br /><ul><li>Data migration using EDI interfaces & ETL
    93. 93. Report development using SSRS 2008
    94. 94. Pre-process reporting data using SQL jobs. </li></ul> <br />Business Benefits<br /><ul><li>Scheduled reports, snapshots
    95. 95. Online analysis of shipment information by region, by shipment company</li></li></ul><li>Thank <br /> You<br />Business Queries<br />306/311, 3rd Floor, Gajanan Complex, Old Padra Road, <br />Vadodara 390 020, Gujarat, INDIA <br />Tel: +91-265-2326267, 2326268, 2313056 | Fax: +91-265-2334644<br />US Ph: +1-201-484-7302 | UK Ph: +44-0207 993 8162<br />Web: www.rishabhsoft.com| Email: mktg@rishabhsoft.com<br />

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