Evolution of SQL Server Self Service Business Intelligence

Izenda sponsored on-demand webinar

Webcast Abstract

Learn how Reporting has evolved into Business Intelligence (BI) on the SQL Server platform then determine how your current solution measures up. In this session, we will discuss the self-service BI continuum along with the associated technology options, challenges, opportunities and more. Learn the best practices from the field to overcome some common challenges for getting reporting out to the user community.

Community members will learn the following items from the session:

  • How your business intelligence solution measures up
  • Visualizations available in various BI tools
  • Tips and tricks for building dashboards with PowerPivot and PowerView
  • Options to address ad-hoc reporting needs with Report Builder
  • SQL Server Business Intelligence Best Practices
Donít miss this demo centric web cast to also learn about taking SQL Server Business Intelligence to the next level with Izenda.

Speaker - Ray Barley and Sanjay Bhatia

Ray Barley is a Principal Architect at RDA Corporation focused on SQL Server and Business Intelligence. He is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) in Business Intelligence, a MSSQLTips.com BI Expert and Ambassador. He is also a co-author of the book: SharePoint 2010 Business Intelligence Unleashed.

Sanjay Bhatia is a first generation American, inventor, entrepreneur and pioneer in decision science and interactive data visualization. Sanjay is founder and CEO of Izenda, the market leader in self-service reporting for Microsoft's ASP.NET platform. The company has been highlighted by Microsoft for its refreshingly simple approach to data analytics, is an ATDC Graduate and has been named one of the most innovative companies in Georgia by TAG. TechAmerica nominated Izenda "Cool Technology" of the Year in 2010. Sanjay has also won TIE Entrepreneur of the Year Award as well as The Apex Society's Power 30 Under 30.

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