Introduction to Mobile Business Intelligence


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Introduction to Mobile Business Intelligence

  1. 1. Understanding the new view of traditional BI
  2. 2. Dashboards andcharts on desktop.Senior executivesshould have a desktopin front of them foranalysis or they usedto carry prints.
  3. 3. Mobile BI is deployingonto mobile devices suchas smartphones and tabletcomputers. Dashboards n charts n all will be deployed onto mobile devices like smart phones, iPads, etc.
  4. 4. Traditional BI Mobile BI• In usage since long time • Emerging Trend in BI• Renders on Browsers(mostly) • Renders on Browsers optimized for Mobile devices as well as rendered as inbuilt apps(Native apps)• Portable if laptop is provided but not handy. • Handy and Easy to use• Targeted for Analysts who sit at • Targeted Use cases: one place and analyse the trends. • Going green – Paper free • Store level manager managing diff• Also for Senior management to stores using inbuilt GPS. make some critical decisions. • Dynamic data writing to database will allow you to access dynamic real time dashboard.
  5. 5. Mobility of executives Client Requirements Gadgets Technology
  6. 6.  GYWQ
  7. 7.  Browser based apps Native Apps ◦ Proprietary Apps ◦ Client Apps
  8. 8.  Browser based apps ◦ No need of rework for each platform. ◦ HTML5+Sharepoint Native apps  Rich UX  Faster Performance via device-based caching.  Location Awareness (inbuilt GPS) Client apps  Personalized for clients.  Eg: App for Unilever which might support all connect projects.
  9. 9. Mobile BI Application vs. Mobile BI Reporting Mobile BI Application Mobile BI Reporting• BI designed to meet a mobile • Existing BI ported to a mobile device reporting need• Aggregated data • Detail level data• Small data sets • Large data sets• Reports designed for a specific • Mobile device not considered (tablet enterprise standard device vs. phone)• Reporting solution designed for • End user Mobile OS not considered enterprise standard OS• Real or near real time information • Daily, Weekly, Monthly reports
  10. 10.  Ease of Use and User Experience Market Share of Apple iPad and iPhone Usage by Executives Client Affordability
  11. 11.  Explore the Apps which support Sharepoint  Ex: PushBI Explore the ways of integrating and porting Sharepoint report onto iPad Using Sharepoint with HTML5 to find any better solutions of UI.
  12. 12.  Explore more about Device-based caching. See for the optimization techniques available based on memory management that Apple architecture uses. See how the current practices can be ported to the mobile devices to speed up the process.
  13. 13.  Explore the mobile versions of corresponding software available Find the differences in implementation and share the knowledge among each other to build our skills in Mobile BI
  14. 14.  Since Qlikview is taking a browser based approach, we need to explore the ways of developing dashboards for mobiles. It would be an additional skill to see how the rendering is being managed across different screens, platforms and devices
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