Microsoft Business Intelligence Overview
Meet the business intelligence needs of executives and employees while minimizing associated IT management issues and cost with Microsoft Business Intelligence solutions. Available as part of the familiar Microsoft Office and Microsoft SharePoint Server products, and built on the powerful Microsoft SQL Server platform. Take advantage of the following Microsoft Business Intelligence capabilities to connect people to data and to each other, while easing the burden on IT staff and maintaining proper governance.
To differentiate themselves, organizations need to efficiently manage enterprise information and broadly deliver insights that drive business decisions. Trust Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 to meet your most demanding data-warehousing requirements. Benefit from enterprise-class scale and performance, and gain actionable business insights affordably with integrated BI and ETL tools. Take advantage of hardware choice, data warehouse reference architectures, and support for near real-time data.
Microsoft Integration Services (“SSIS”)
Connect and transform disparate data sources. Gain a scalable enterprise data integration platform with exceptional extract, transform, and load (ETL) and integration capabilities by using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Integration Services.
Microsoft Reporting Services (“SSRS”)
Making the right decision requires collaborative reporting. Accelerate report creation and ease collaboration and management with Reporting Services in Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2—the complete platform that helps deliver information enterprise wide.
Microsoft Analysis Services (“SSAS”)
Today, organizations need to drive actionable insights to people across the enterprise. Rely on one of the most widely used multidimensional analysis tools in the world, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Analysis Services, to build comprehensive, enterprise-scale analytic solutions that reach every user through familiar applications.