Business intelligence, also referred to as BI - is the collective term for technologies and software applications which are used to gather, provide access to, and analyse data and information about operations throughout the enterprise.
Business Intelligence systems allow companies to understand factors affecting their business, such sales metrics, production, internal operations, which can help organisations make well-informed business decisions.
PerformancePoint Server 2010 is part of the Microsoft Office family, and provides performance management enabling you to monitor, analyse, and plan your business.
Easily accessible tools will help you build dashboards, set out plans and budgets. Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2010 is designed to help people at all stages within your business to make informed decisions that comply with your enterprise strategy.
This Business Intelligence with PerformancePoint Server training course has been developed for real-world, commercial scenarios by our expert instructors. See below for detailed syllabus. If you have a technical question, please email@example.com
Available as a public or closed course at our London training centre, delivered on-site as a bespoke, customised training course.
What you will learn
- Creating Business Rules
- Developing Dashboards
- Configuring Dimensions and Models
- Building Add-In Forms and Reports for Excel
Business Intelligence with Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2010 Training Course Outline
Introduction to PerformancePoint Server 2010
Configure the properties of predefined dimensions.
Configure the time dimension.
Configure a member property.
Populate dimensions and member sets.
Update dimension members and member set.
Create a PerformancePoint Server model.
Configure the current period.
Configure model and dimension usage within sites.
Transfer data between models.
Building Microsoft Office Excel Add-In Forms and Reports
Build an Excel Add-In report.
Configure an Excel Add-In report as a form.
Configure report filters.
Format an Excel Add-In report.
Create a report by using the Dashboard Designer.
Add a data source connection.
Add a new Web page report.
Configure a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) by using the Dashboard Designer.
Create a scorecard.
Build a dashboard.