| About this CourseThis one-day course, Business Intelligence for Information Workers in Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, provides students with the information and tools to efficiently access their business data without a lot of complex setup and staging. Therefore, this course focuses on internal reporting and analysis functionality, in addition to the means for sharing data outside of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV environment, either through XBRL—a language for tagging financial data—or by exporting data to Microsoft Office Excel 2007. This course also provides an introduction to Business Analytics. |
| Audience ProfileThis course is intended for Microsoft Dynamics NAV customer and partner financial analysts who are responsible for creating business intelligence solutions for Microsoft Dynamics NAV installations. |
| At Course Completion |
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Explain business intelligence concepts.
- Filter and access analysis pages in the Chart of Accounts.
- Set up Account Schedules.
- Explain terminology associated with XBRL.
- Import and update taxonomies.
- Attach, update, and apply linkbases to taxonomies.
- Enter XBRL line definitions.
- Export XBRL lines.
- Enter dimensions in journals and documents.
- View posted dimension information.
- Set up analysis views.
- Generate and print dimension analysis reports.
- Describe Business Analytics and related terminology.
- Describe the data warehouse and the elements of the data warehouse.
- Set up a Business Analytics database and cube.
- Set up virtual cubes and map existing dimensions to a cube.
- Export analysis views to Office Excel 2007 and describe the elements of the exported file.
- Work with analysis data that has been imported into Office Excel 2007.
- Connect a Microsoft Dynamics NAV database to Office Excel 2007.