How to build your business case for SharePoint 2013?
Maximizing your SharePoint investment or even considering an investment in SharePoint should begin with a clear picture of your business needs and developing a strategy and road map for proper execution. Understanding the ways in which SharePoint can truly deliver maximum ROI for your organization can be a tremendous challenge to both the uninitiated and to those with experience on the platform. One of the best ways for Enterprises to truly realize significant ROI from the power of SharePoint is through harnessing its capabilities for line of business integration.
This presentation will take you through the steps required to build a business case for SharePoint. We will discuss specific features of SharePoint 2013 that are returning value and methods for calculating a return on investment. We will also walk through specific examples of customer business solutions and discuss how they calculated the overall return for their organizations.
During this presentation we will discuss and demonstrate opportunities to:
- Increase access to critical back end business data by surfacing it in SharePoint
- Enhance the effectiveness of business processes by building on SharePoint and using its platform capabilities
- Improve productivity with business intelligence and search
By the end of this presentation you will have the tools necessary to help you build the business for SharePoint at your organization.
Diving Deeper into SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server 2012 BI Capabilities
This presentation will contain PowerPoint and demonstration of PowerPivot, PowerView, PerformancePoint, and Report Services. We will review the capabilities and differences of each and what requirements deem when to incorporate them into a BI solution. Included will be exploration into Data Analysis Expression (DAX) and how to use it within PowerPivot and making data sources from PowerPivot available to the other BI tools in SharePoint.