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Reporting

Reporting

We can help your company improve the decision making process by implementing a broad range of reporting solutions from highly interactive and explorative self-service reporting for end users (Power View), to powerful operational report authoring and rendering environments for IT professionals and developers (SQL Server Reporting Services).

Reporting Services

Reporting services reports are used to deliver reports that publish at regular intervals and on-demand. It’s suitable where report requirements are well established and customers are not familiar with the underlying data set. They are pixel perfect reports usually created by the IT department.

It is a comprehensive, highly scalable solution that enhances real-time decision-making across the enterprise by enabling the creation, management, and delivery reports for pixel-perfect printing, interactive web viewing, and ad hoc data exploration. Agility is enhanced by the possibility of extending reporting into the cloud.

Power View makes self-service reporting a reality by providing a highly interactive, web-based data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience to users of all levels—from business executives to information workers. Now anyone can create a report in just seconds, transform the “shape” of data with a single click, add powerful timed animation sequences to quickly identify trends or anomalies, and make a more convincing case through rich presentation of discovered insights.

Power View is a feature of Microsoft Excel 2013, and of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and 2013 as part of the SQL Server 2012 Service Pack 1 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Server Enterprise Edition

Office

Excel is the end user’s analyst’s tool of choice for viewing, manipulating, performing analysis on, generating intelligence from, and creating reports about their organization’s data. As the end user tool of Microsoft for Business Intelligence, Excel is where BI begins. It allows access to a broad spectrum of data sources and can be easily published to SharePoint through Excel Services which is another form of reporting.
PowerPivot for Excel

 

SharePoint

Excel Services are used when an end user or analyst wants to share content with multiple persons across an organization. It provides a mechanism for taking authored content in Excel 2010 or Excel 2013 and making it available in a browser. It can be used to create dashboards. Excel Services is also used when an end user or analyst has generated a model that can be widely used (such as a mortgage calculator). In both cases, Excel Services lets the author publish targeted content without making the underlying intellectual property available to consumers. In other words Excel Services is services that runs in SharePoint and is able to render Excel workbooks in a browser without the need to installing excel on the client computer.

 

PerformancePoint Services for creating dashboards, scorecards, and key performance indicators (KPIs) that help deliver a summarized view of business a performance. The dashboard is a point of entry to drill-down analysis for driving agility and alignment across an organization. PerformancePoint Services gives users integrated analytics for monitoring, analyzing, and reporting.

 

Visio Services is useful when data overlaid on diagram helps put information in context making it more meaningful. Data-driven diagrams help identify trends and exceptions at a glance. Use Visio Services to build a visual representation of your business structures that are bound to data. Examples include healthcare metrics on a hospital floor, retail metrics on a store layout, network health status on an IT network, organizational chart with metrics for each individual.

PowerPivot for SharePoint

PowerPivot for Sharepoint allows to take the PowerPivot models that were created in Excel and host them in a SharePoint environment, materializing the leap from Self-Service BI to Departmental BI. Other people in the organization can benefit from the model created by one person which could even be a business user.

 

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