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Transcript
Session 37 Business
Intelligence Reporting
Presenter: Marchand Hildebrand
Date: 12 March 2014
Overview
• Business Intelligence
• Dashboards
• Power Pivots
BI Reporting
Business Intelligence (BI) is the science
of transforming raw data into meaningful
and useful information for business
purposes
BI Functions
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Reporting
Online analytical processing
Analytics
Data mining
Process mining
Complex event processing
Business performance management
Benchmarking
Text mining
Predictive analytics
Prescriptive analytics
Business Application
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Measurement
Analytics
Enterprise reporting
Collaboration
Knowledge management
Benefits of BI
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Improves decision making
Reducing costs
Identify new business opportunities
Support decision making with factual information
Identify trends to develop strategies
Manage employee performance
Identify quality issues
Optimize business processes through the use of
technology
• Forecast, budget, and plan within a process-centric
environment
• Ability to monitor the organization's performance regularly
and centrally throughout the day
Dashboards
Graphical presentation of the current status
(snapshot) and historical trends of an
organization’s key performance indicators to
enable instantaneous and informed decisions
to be made at a glance.
Example
Features
• Easy to read
• Single page
• Real-time user interface
Types of Dashboards
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Strategic
Analytical
Operational
Informational
Advantages
• Visual presentation of performance measures
• Ability to identify and correct negative trends
• Measure efficiencies/inefficiencies
• Ability to generate reports showing new trends
• Ability to make more informed decisions based on
collected business intelligence
Advantages
• Align strategies and organizational goals
• Saves time compared to running multiple reports
• Gain total visibility of all systems instantly
• Quick identification of data outliers and
correlations
Design Consideration
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Who are you trying to impress?
Select the right type of dashboard
Group data logically - Use space wisely
Make the data relevant to the audience
Don’t clutter your dashboard - Present the most
important metrics only
• How often does the data really need to be
refreshed
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Delivery Mechanism
Push & Pull
Security
Sensitive Data
Publish into iEnabler
Sharepoint vs Microsoft BI
Disclaimer
• The information, comments and material presented in this presentation
are provided for information purposes only. The presentation is not
addressing all possible technical or business aspects and does not
claim to be complete or exhaustive.
• Adapt IT reserves the right to change its business or product
development plans as circumstances dictate.
• This document may not be reproduced or distributed without the written
permission of Adapt IT (Pty) Ltd.
Thank you