See how Microsoft Business Intelligence can work for you. Analyst reports, white papers and customer case studies highlight solutions at work.
Gartner positions Microsoft in the Leaders Quadrant in the 2013 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms.
Transform your data analysis within Microsoft Excel. Learn about how PowerPivot empowers decision making while meeting security and compliance requirements.
Reporting Services accelerates report creation and facilitates sharing and collaboration.
Use the richness of a single Unified Dimensional Model to accommodate multiple analytical needs from multidimensional analysis and reporting to predictive analysis, all in one solution.
Microsoft Business Intelligence empowers informed decisions with predictive analysis through intuitive data mining.
Integration Services provides a scalable enterprise data integration platform with exceptional ETL and integration capabilities, enabling organizations to more easily manage data from a wide array of data sources.
Master Data Services helps enterprises standardize the data people rely on to make critical business decisions.
Learn how to derive insights from streaming information in near real time.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Insights lets everyone access the business information they need to make better decisions.
Microsoft Business Intelligence delivers comprehensive spatial support that enables organizations to seamlessly consume, use, and extend location-based data through spatial-enabled applications that ultimately helps end users make better decisions.
Learn how the Mississippi Department of Transportation upgraded its data management software to take advantage of external storage while improving its business intelligence capabilities.
Learn how Mediterranean Shipping Company looked to a Microsoft Business Intelligence solution to help deliver huge volumes of data to users so they can make important decisions faster and collaborate more easily.
Learn how the Portuguese government enables its 500,000 end-users to run their own analytical queries in real-time, perform benchmarking, and generate their own reports without any need for help from IT.
Learn how the London Stock Exchange used SharePoint Server and Excel Services to achieve a consolidated view on sell-side clients (brokers) through an internal portal, enabling them to identify trends and analyze client behavior in a timely and accurate fashion.
In Wandsworth Teaching Primary Care Trust in southwest London, business intelligence tools from Microsoft have been used to get a clearer picture of how vaccination and immunization programs are doing—potentially saving lives.
This white paper describes the key aspects of the Microsoft Business Intelligence solution and how these components can interoperate with SAP.
Excel PivotTables are a practical way to access and analyze SAP BW data. Connecting PivotTables to a SAP BW data source is relatively straightforward, if you know a few important items that are outlined in this paper.
Learn more about the latest business intelligence features in SQL Server.
Analysis Services consolidates data access and provides a wide range of analytical capabilities while deep integration with Microsoft Office and an open, embeddable architecture allows you to reach every user with familiar tools and drives actionable insight to users across the enterprise.
The growing ability of businesses and consumers to quickly absorb large volumes of data, together with the increased availability of digital maps and spatially enabled applications has created an unprecedented opportunity to incorporate geographic factors into decision-making processes and analysis.
Event-driven applications use complex event processing (CEP) technology with the goal of identifying meaningful patterns, relationships and data abstractions from among seemingly unrelated events and trigger immediate response actions.
Robust business intelligence capabilities within SharePoint 2010 help organizations manage and access both structured and unstructured data, providing you with the ability to empower your decision makers, improve organizational effectiveness, and enable IT efficiency.
BI styles are defined in part by a user's or group of users' unique information needs, along with the organization’s existing reporting capabilities, infrastructure, and skillsets of both business users and IT. This white paper discusses five different styles of BI reporting.
This white paper presents an overview of the new features related to the business intelligence stack in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 for technical decision makers.
Learn more about the Microsoft Big Data solution to unable organizations to unleash business insights from their own structured and unstructured data.
Microsoft’s vision is to enable all users to gain business insights from virtually any data, including insights previously hidden in unstructured data.
Learn more about the business intelligence capabilities in SQL Server 2012.