Business intelligence with performancepoint in sharepoint-2010


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Defining Business Intelligence
BI Architecture
Multidimensional Database
Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010

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Business intelligence with performancepoint in sharepoint-2010

  1. 1. Business Intelligence (BI) PerformancePoint in SharePoint 2010 Sayed Ali – SharePoint Administrator
  2. 2. Agenda Defining Business Intelligence Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 Demo BI Architecture Multidimensional Database Questions & Thank you
  3. 3. Defining Business Intelligent – Gartner
  4. 4. Defining Business Intelligent It is the application of knowledge derived from analyzing an organization’s data to effect a more positive outcome Or put simply… Continued
  5. 5. Defining Business Intelligent It transforms data into knowledge Or put even more simply… Continued
  6. 6. Why? Defining Business Intelligent • Variety of data systems, often in different formats • Data systems may not:  Be optimized for analytical queries  Manage historical context  Be available or accessible • Employees may not have sufficient skills, tools, or permissions to query data systems • Systems may not have universal definitions • Decision makers need:  Reliable, secure access to data to do their job effectively  Tools to browse and analyze data and view reports  Low time-to-impact; low latency query results
  7. 7. BI Architecture Simple One Finance CRM Web Apps Multidimensional Database Data Sources User Access Data Warehouse ETL Integration Services Analysis Services Client Access
  8. 8. BI Architecture Data Warehouse ETL 1. Extract data from the source systems 2. Transform the data to convert it to a desired state 3. Load the data into the data warehouse
  9. 9. Multidimensional Database Relational Database
  10. 10. Multidimensional Database Multidimensional Database Continued
  11. 11. Multidimensional Database Multidimensional Database (Continued) • A user wants to know the Sales Volume figure when CAR TYPE=SEDAN, COLOR=BLUE, and DEALERSHIP=GLEASON. • This is a maximum of 30 position searches for the array versus a maximum of 1000 record searches for the table. • 3300% improvement in performance! Continued
  12. 12. Multidimensional Database ADDING DIMENSIONS Continued
  13. 13. Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 Introducing the PPS Elements Analytics Monitoring
  14. 14. SharePoint PPS Fundamentals Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010
  15. 15. Dashboard Designer Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010
  16. 16. Data Source & KPI Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010
  17. 17. Scorecard Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 • Depicts organizational performance by displaying a collection of KPIs together with performance targets for those KPIs • Can be organized hierarchically using:  Objectives and non-leaf KPIs  Multi-level hierarchies
  18. 18. Scorecard(Example) Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 Toolbar Hierarchy Metrics KPI Indicators Variance
  19. 19. Report Element Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 • Analytic Chart • Analytic Grid • Excel Services • KPI Details • ProClarity Analytics Server Page • Reporting Services • Strategy Map • Web Page
  20. 20. Filter Element Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 • Custom Table • MDX Query • Member Selection • Named Set • Time Intelligence (TI) • Time Intelligence Connection Formula
  21. 21. Dashboard Element Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 Dashboard pages consist of zones Zones can be configured:  Name  Size  Orientation  Horizontal, Vertical, Stacked Filters, Scorecards, and Reports are added to the zones Connections and display conditions are configured between the items Each page, when deployed, will produce a Web Part page in SharePoint
  22. 22. Dashboard Element(Connection) Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2010 • Filters send values • Scorecards receive and send values • Reports receive values • Different items have different values to send
  23. 23. Demo
  24. 24. Thank You