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  • Doing more with less—In today’s business environment, doing “more with less” has become the new normal. To stay in front, it is imperative to get the most out of every investment. When it comes to your technology investments, this means cutting costs wherever possible and getting the most value out of the products and services you purchase. It means creating a foundation that will grow with your business and set you up for the future.Getting the job done, wherever you are—As the division between our personal and business lives blurs, employees expect to be able to work anywhere—whether on their PC, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. You need to enable this mobility, while making sure your data is kept safe. Focusing your efforts to win business—Most businesses recognize that they have a massive amount of useful data in a range of disparate sources, such as customer databases, accounting systems, and product data. But it is often challenging for employees to access the data they need and to put it to use to make sales and better service customers. Those businesses who can use information to their advantage will win customers and keep them.
  • SQL 2012 Database Server is a cloud-ready information platform that will help organizations unlock breakthrough insights across the organizations and quickly build solutions to extend data across on-premises and public cloud.Integration Services helps you connect and transform disparate data sources with a scalable enterprise data integration platform with exceptional extract, transform, and load (ETL) capabilities.Master Data Services ensure that the integrity of information and consistency of data is maintained across a wide array of applications.Data Quality Services is a new offering of SQL Server 2012 allowing customers to cleanse, match, standardize, and enrich their data to deliver trusted information for business intelligence, data warehouse, and transaction processing workloads.Analysis Services is a platform for building rich and high performance analytical models (multidimensional, tabular and data mining) that can be used for interactive data analysis, reporting, visualization and predictive analysis using a number of BI tools.
  • Microsoft Excel is the industry standard for gathering and analyzing data to help make better decisions daily. Excel 2013 enables self-service BI as a natural part of user’s day-to-day activities with PowerPivot for data mash ups, Power View for stunning interactive data visualization and Data Models powered by xVelocity in-Memory technologies for extreme analytical performance and scale on hundreds of millions of rows of data.PowerPivot is a powerful data mashup and data exploration tool based on xVelocity in-memory technologies providing unmatched analytical performance to process billions of rows Excel Services allows us to take the work done in Excel and deliver it to web users through SharePoint.PerformancePoint Dashboards and Scorecards provide advanced filtering, analytics and business performance monitoring, quickly surfacing answers to user's questions.Power View empowers SharePoint users to rapidly explore data visually and interactively, easily create a story, present and share reports effortlessly. Power View is powered by SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services.
  • iOSVideo play experience requires iOS version 6.0 or later.Office Web Apps full functionality is supported on iPad versions 2 and 3 using iOS 6.0 or later versions. Limited viewing and editing functionality is also supported on iPad versions 1, 2, 3 using iOS version 5.1.
  • By using Excel Services, you can reuse and share Excel workbooks on SharePoint Server portals and dashboards. For example, financial analysts, business planners, or engineers can create content in Excel and share it with others by using an SharePoint Server portal and dashboard—without writing custom code. You can control what data is displayed, and you can maintain a single version of your Excel workbook.
  • Through the report viewer, the user may export the report in a number of formats. For SQL 2012, two new renderers have been built. Although rendering a report as a Microsoft Excel workbook has always been available in Reporting Services, the ability to render a report as a Microsoft Word document has been possible only since SQL Server 2008. Regardless, these renderers produce XLS and DOC file formats respectively, which allows compatibility with Excel 2003 and Word 2003. Users of Excel 2010 and Word 2010 can open these older file formats, of course, but they can now enjoy some additional benefits by using the new Renderers.Excel RendererBy default, the Excel rendering option now produces an XLSX file in Open Office XML format, which you can open in either Excel 2007 or Excel 2010 if you have the client installed on your computer. The benefit of the new file type is the higher number of maximum rows and columns per worksheet that the later versions of Excel support—1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns. You can also export reports with a wider range of colors as well, because the XLSX format supports 16 million colors in the 24-bit color spectrum. Last, the new renderer uses compression to produce a smaller file size for the exported report.Word RendererAlthough the ability to render a report as a DOCX file in Open Office XML format does not offer as many benefits as the new Excel renderer, the new Word renderer does use compression to generate a smaller file than the Word 2003 renderer. iOS Devices ( * This is Important)Starting with SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Reporting Services supports viewing and basic interactivity with reports on Microsoft Surface devices, and devices with Apple iOS 6 and Apple Safari browser such as the iPad. You can also publish reports using Microsoft Surface devices.
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  • Through the report viewer, the user may export the report in a number of formats. For SQL 2012, two new renderers have been built. Although rendering a report as a Microsoft Excel workbook has always been available in Reporting Services, the ability to render a report as a Microsoft Word document has been possible only since SQL Server 2008. Regardless, these renderers produce XLS and DOC file formats respectively, which allows compatibility with Excel 2003 and Word 2003. Users of Excel 2010 and Word 2010 can open these older file formats, of course, but they can now enjoy some additional benefits by using the new Renderers.Excel RendererBy default, the Excel rendering option now produces an XLSX file in Open Office XML format, which you can open in either Excel 2007 or Excel 2010 if you have the client installed on your computer. The benefit of the new file type is the higher number of maximum rows and columns per worksheet that the later versions of Excel support—1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns. You can also export reports with a wider range of colors as well, because the XLSX format supports 16 million colors in the 24-bit color spectrum. Last, the new renderer uses compression to produce a smaller file size for the exported report.Word RendererAlthough the ability to render a report as a DOCX file in Open Office XML format does not offer as many benefits as the new Excel renderer, the new Word renderer does use compression to generate a smaller file than the Word 2003 renderer. iOS Devices ( * This is Important)Starting with SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1), Reporting Services supports viewing and basic interactivity with reports on Microsoft Surface devices, and devices with Apple iOS 6 and Apple Safari browser such as the iPad. You can also publish reports using Microsoft Surface devices.
  • Power View reports support multiple views per report. One report can deliver multiple views over the data providing a data presentation “book” capability.
  • Power View reports are presentation-ready. You can export your dashboard or report state directly to PowerPoint. It is an image of the current state of the Power View report, not an interactive report. It will created one slide for each page in your Power View report.
  • Developers can upload Power View reports into the PowerPivot gallery.
  • You must be online and have connectivity to Bing in order to use the feature.  Both the background for the map and the individual points on the map are determined by passing your data over a secure web connection to Bing, where Bing geocodes the data and then returns it back to Excel.
  • Power View allows charts, maps, etc. to overlap each other, with no loss of fidelity to any platform.
  • Today, we are in the midst of a data explosion.A massive amount of new data is generated daily from a range of sources, including websites, social media, and mobile device usage. Most businesses are sitting on a goldmine of data right in their own organizations, including customer information, accounting systems, and product profitability data.First, you can easily find, combine, and explore data from multiple sources, all from Microsoft Excel.Next, make data your differentiator by making sense of your data to generate insights, and easily creating your own dashboards, reports, and visualizations using familiar Office tools.Then you can share insights and work together around data to make faster, better-informed decisions—so that others in the organization can access your work and build on it.
  • Now, with Power Query in Excel and Office 365, simple combined access to data from multiple sources is not only a reality—it’s easy. Using functionality in Excel, you can quickly discover, combine, and refine nearly any data from within your organization or beyond. With Power Query in Excel and Office 365, you can connect to and combine data from a wide range of sources from within the familiar tool of choice for consuming and manipulating data—Microsoft Excel. For example, you can pull in your customer purchase history and combine it with profitability data and customer service records to identify and target the most profitable customer opportunities for a new product offer.Power Query in Excel and Office 365 makes it trivial to manipulate and reshape your data to help make sense of it and analyze it. And when your data is updated at the source, you can refresh it any time, on demand.These self-service capabilities used to be out of reach for small and midsize organizations because of the prohibitive cost of the technology. Now they are included in familiar, affordable tools like Microsoft Excel.
  • Easily discover and connect to data with Power Query. New capabilities such as online search return relevant data sets from across your organization and from valuable public data sources, which you can transform and combine for easier analysis.
  • Power Pivot in Excel brings the power of in-memory analytics and flexible modeling. Create powerful analytical models in a familiar and flexible environment for fast manipulation and processing of large data sets.
  • Microsoft Power BI for Office 365 is a collection of features and services that enable you to visualize data, share discoveries, and collaborate in intuitive new ways. Microsoft Power BI for Office 365 provides an organization-wide self-service business intelligence (BI) infrastructure, bringing Excel enhancements, online collaboration, and IT infrastructure together into a holistic offering. Power BI for Office 365 – these services extend the self-service BI capabilities in Excel by making them available in a collaborative online environment.Power BI Sites – share, view, and interact with reports in these collaborative Power BI sitesPower BI Q&A – use natural language queries to find, explore, and report over your dataData Management – share and manage queries and data sources, and view usage analytics for your queriesPower BI Windows Store App– view reports on the go, with the Power BI app
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  • Microsoft bi 2013

    1. 1. Microsoft Business Intelligence KEVIN CARTER M ANAG I NG CO NSULTANT
    2. 2. THE ISSUES Do more with less You need to stretch fewer resources to accomplish more. Get the job done, wherever you are To get the job done fast, your people require the freedom to work wherever they need to be. Focus your efforts and deliver results You need to focus on informing your decision making with the best information available.
    3. 3. THE MICROSOFT PLAN     Deliver Cross Platform Help Predict Future Outcomes Improve Operations Efficiency Evaluate Strategy Inform Decision Makers
    4. 4. LEVERAGE EXISTING INVESTMENTS
    5. 5. LEVERAGE EXISTING INVESTMENTS Database Server Reporting Services Integration Services Master Data Services Data Quality Services Analysis Services
    6. 6. LEVERAGE EXISTING INVESTMENTS Excel Power Pivot Excel Services PerformancePoint Power View
    7. 7. DELIVER CROSS PLATFORM
    8. 8. DELIVER CROSS PLATFORM 44% of CIO’s said business intelligence was one of their top priorities for technology spending in 2013. In 2014 spending on mobile devices will overtake spending on fixed devices. 40% of CIO’s said mobile technologies were one of their top priorities for 2013. 57% of companies plan to provide tablets for some employees in 2013, or already do. * Wall Street Journal Monday, September 16, 2013
    9. 9. DELIVER CROSS PLATFORM • Tablet and Device Ready • Surface • Windows Phone • Apple • Android
    10. 10. DELIVER CROSS PLATFORM Excel • Worksheet Services as Web Page • Central Publishing Location • High Fidelity Rendering • Interactive
    11. 11. DELIVER CROSS PLATFORM Reporting • Integrated Services with SharePoint • New Rendering Options • Surface and Apple Devices • Excel • Word
    12. 12. REPORTING SERVICES • Support for Mapping Data • Multiple Map layers
    13. 13. REPORTING SERVICES
    14. 14. DELIVER CROSS PLATFORM Power View • HTML5 Support Coming Soon • Office 365 Preview
    15. 15. POWER VIEW Visual Design Experience Rich Interactivity Presentation Ready
    16. 16. POWER VIEW • Multiple Views Per Report
    17. 17. POWER VIEW
    18. 18. POWER VIEW
    19. 19. POWER VIEW
    20. 20. POWER VIEW • Overlapping Elements
    21. 21. DELIVER DATA VALUE
    22. 22. ANALYTICS DEFINED …the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data.
    23. 23. DELIVER DATA VALUE 1 Use Microsoft Excel to easily find, combine and explore multiple sources of data. 2 Make data your differentiator, with easy dashboards, visualizations and analysis using familiar Office tools. 3 Share insights and work together around data to make faster, better-informed decisions.
    24. 24. WHY EXCEL?
    25. 25. POWER QUERY Search and Access Public Data and Organization Data Clean, Transform and Merge Data
    26. 26. POWER PIVOT Perform Fast Analytics with InMemory Technology Create Relationships, Custom Measures and Hierarchies
    27. 27. INTO THE FUTURE ?
    28. 28. POWER MAP Stunning Interactive Visualizations Depth with 3D Geospatial Analysis Interactive Data Views and Tours ?
    29. 29. POWER MAP ?
    30. 30. POWER BI ? • Share Data & Insights • Get Answers • Access Anywhere
    31. 31. SITES ?
    32. 32. Q&A ?
    33. 33. Q&A ?
    34. 34. DATA MANAGEMENT ?
    35. 35. STORE APP ?
    36. 36. DELIVERY EXAMPLES
    37. 37. IT Software QA
    38. 38. IT Service Desk
    39. 39. PC Service Desk
    40. 40. Manufacturing
    41. 41. Operations
    42. 42. Education
    43. 43. Public Safety
    44. 44. Mini Dashboards
    45. 45. Sales Dashboard
    46. 46. Sales Dashboard
    47. 47. Vendor Payments Dashboard
    48. 48. Sales Dashboard
    49. 49. International Non-Profit
    50. 50. Branded Power View
    51. 51. CFO Center
    52. 52. DATA REIMAGINED • • • • • • Architectural Design Data Integration Security Planning Data Modeling Report Design & Development Dashboards and Scorecards
    53. 53. LET’S GET STARTED We’re ready as soon as you are.
    54. 54. THANK YOU K E V I N C A R T E R | Kevin.Carter@tcsc.com MANAG ING CO NSULTANT

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