Dashboards andcharts on desktop.Senior executivesshould have a desktopin front of them foranalysis or they usedto carry prints.
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.
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.
Mobility of executives Client Requirements Gadgets Technology
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.
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
Ease of Use and User Experience Market Share of Apple iPad and iPhone Usage by Executives Client Affordability
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.
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.
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
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