DevCon 2014: Using FileMaker as a Powerful Business Intelligence Tool - Luke Rochester

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Luke Rochester (Biznet)

 

Session Code: INN002

 

Business Intelligence (BI) was once the domain of IT geeks and programmers. Now with FileMaker even non-programmers can build dashboards for phones, tablets, web browsers, and PCs. With FileMaker, you cannot only connect to multiple sources you can also build mini-apps to “fill gaps” in your information such as collecting targets for KPIs. In the relationships graph in FileMaker Pro, you can see exactly how information is connected and more importantly, you can include collaborative tools in your solution. Collaborative BI accessed via mobile devices will play a significant role in the future, and FileMaker developers are well placed to embrace this.

 

What you should know

Basic knowledge of FileMaker.

 

Products & Technologies

  • FileMaker Pro
  • FileMaker Go
  • FileMaker WebDirect
  • xDBC
  • FileMaker Server

 

What You Will Learn

  • What is Business Intelligence and what are the benefits
  • How FileMaker helps with data integration, transformation, storage and distribution
  • How FileMaker allows for “gap filler apps” and is perfect for building a data warehouse
  • How FileMaker will be a catalyst for the future of BI ... Collaborative Business Intelligence

 

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