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Business Intelligence in Microsoft SharePoint 2013 by Mariano Teixeira Neto Norman P. Warren Stacia Misner, Ivan Sanders, and Scott A. Helmers

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Chapter 10. Bringing it all together

Users in companies and organizations often need to gain insights from data across many different sources. They might need to look at sales data alongside orders data or forecast data. Although the requirement itself seems straightforward, the data often resides in many different places, or the people who analyze the data perform that analysis in different ways, using different products. You don’t always have a clear one-size-fits-all answer to the question of which product to use to best visualize a particular data source. You might also need to determine which product to use based on the maturity of an organization, its capabilities, or simply the user’s comfort level with the technology.

For example, one user ...

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