This event is open to organisations using the Microsoft BI stack – typically SQL, SSAS, SSRS, SSIS, PowerPivot… but also SharePoint & Excel! Join us and hear from our clients who will share their BI experience. During the evening [pizza and drinks provided] we will also get in some SSAS & CALUMO demonstrations, SSAS Tips & Tricks, and host the ever popular Open Forum, where… Continue reading
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This is a great example of using gestures to interrogate your data. You can drill down, scroll and focus on charts of interest. I am not sure it will catch on though. When you watch the video you will see the presenter waving his arms around to get new information.
I think… Continue reading
In this post, Professional Services Manager Richard Parsons argues that there are more important things on which to focus than “new Mobile BI”.
I am getting drenched in wide-eyed enthusiasm for Mobile Business Intelligence (BI). It is getting tiresome. It is obscuring more important things, and making it harder for people to actually drive on making a difference.
It is very true that with BI we deliver business performance improvement. There is… Continue reading
In a recent blog post by Ray Fleming (Microsoft Education Blog), Ray raises the question of using Microsoft SQL Server for Business Intelligence in the education sector, “Thinking about BI in Education? Want to know more about Business Intelligence programming in Microsoft SQL Server?”.
From my experience, it seems that Universities are the only place that I come across where comments are made that… Continue reading
Excel is 25 years old! That’s a very long time for any application to still be alive let alone integral to every organisation, from multi-billion dollar companies to the corner store.
Excel is a testament to Microsoft’s ability… Continue reading