Category BI

The necessity of both

Originally posted on Chris Webb's BI Blog:
I was chatting to a friend of mine a few days ago, and the conversation turned to Microsoft’s bizarre decision to make two big BI-related announcements (about Mobile BI and GeoFlow) at the Sharepoint Partner Conference and not at PASS the week before. I’d been content to…

Only Scratching the Surface (RT)

A few weeks ago I purchased a Surface RT at the University Village Microsoft Store in Seattle while attending the 2012 PASS Summit. It was a great and busy Summit and it left me very little time to play with my newly acquired tablet. Now that I have been home for a couple of weeks […]

See Beyond The Numbers: Data Visualization with Status Lists in Sharepoint 2010 – part 2 SSAS based Status Indicator and Fixed Value based Status Indicator

In part 1 of this post I wrote about first two types of Status Indicators : Sharepoint List based and Excel based. In this part I will demonstrate what the possibilities are for building Status List Indicators with SSAS KPIs and also with Fixed Values. SQL Server Analysis Services based Status Indicator This is a […]

See Beyond The Numbers: Data Visualization with Status Lists in Sharepoint 2010 – part 1 Sharepoint List based Status Indicator and Excel based Status Indicator

Sharepoint 2010 is the IWs place of predilection for creating, authoring and sharing insights using a palette of tools like Excel Services, Performance Point Services, Access services, Power Wiew, Visio services, 3rd party vizualisation tools and so on. One of the vizualisations that is vastly used and easy to read and interpret is Key Perfomance […]