Over the last few years, Microsoft has dramatically reshaped the way we think of Business Intelligence. Many areas they used require significant investments in hardware, skilled resources and development effort, have now been democratized and enabled for a self-service use case, in many cases they no longer require an expensive appliance as comparable levels of performance can now be achieved with commodity hardware.
In order to fully leverage this change in technology landscape and capabilities, organizations must realize that many architectural patterns and best practices that have been developed over the last 30 years are no longer applicable.
obviEnce helps organizations with both technology and change management aspects implementing Microsoft Business Intelligence stack with the following three areas:
obviEnce has developed an extensive set of BI Accelerators that allow organizations jump start their modeling efforts. BIAs are out of the box solutions that provide relational and semantic models focused on specific industries or lines of business with respect to data dimensionality, common calculations and visualizations templates
BUSINESS AND SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE
in many instances organizations have an opportunity to dramatically simplify their existing application and data warehousing landscape. obviEnce’ IP allows companies quickly assess their interoperability options between the existing investments in ERP and/or DW assets and Microsoft BI solution and develop the roadmap for the architecture optimization and simplification
in most cases, this is the most challenging and often overlooked aspect of implementing a new BI solution.
obviEnce’ IP can assist in many facets of Change Management including Planning, Training, Communication and Governance