Pro SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence Solutions

  • Authors
  • Sahil Malik
  • Srini Sistla
  • Steve Wright

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Sahil Malik, Srini Sistla, Steve Wright
    Pages 1-56
  3. Sahil Malik, Srini Sistla, Steve Wright
    Pages 57-138
  4. Sahil Malik, Srini Sistla, Steve Wright
    Pages 139-187
  5. Sahil Malik, Srini Sistla, Steve Wright
    Pages 189-243
  6. Sahil Malik, Srini Sistla, Steve Wright
    Pages 245-305
  7. Sahil Malik, Srini Sistla, Steve Wright
    Pages 307-404
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 405-418

About this book

Introduction

What differentiates good organizations from bad? The good ones are those that take advantage of the data they already have and use the feedback that business intelligence gives them to improve their processes. SharePoint is now the delivery platform of choice for Microsoft’s business intelligence products, and in this book we reveal how to get the most from developing business intelligence solutions on SharePoint 2010.

To understand the various business intelligence offerings in SharePoint 2010, you need to understand the core SQL Server business intelligence concepts, and the first part of the book presents a comprehensive tutorial on those fundamentals. Pro SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence Solutions then focuses on specific SharePoint business intelligence investments including:

  • Visio Services
  • Excel Services
  • SQL Server Reporting Services
  • Business Connectivity Services
  • PerformancePoint Services

All of this is done using a practical, hands-on format, with enough examples to empower you to use these products in your real-life projects. As compelling as SharePoint and SQL Server business intelligence are together, the challenge always has been finding people who understand both SharePoint and SQL Server well enough to deliver such business intelligence solutions. With this book in hand, you become part of that select group.

Keywords

business intelligence (BI) management organization performance

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