This thesis addresses current topic of self-service business intelligence solutions. The main goal is to create a dimensional model and pilot applications for retail used for Management of Business Informatics (MBI). In order to achieve it is main goal there are four steps, to be taken. During fulfilling of these steps minor and practical goals are achieved as well. Minor goal focuses on comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of current business intel-ligence approaches. Practical goal is to create reports and dashboards for Management of Business Informatics (MBI). The first step is to introduce the issue of classic and self-service BI concluded by comparison of both variants. The second step is the definition of retail and identification of potential indicators. The third step is the introduction of Mi-crosoft´s self-service BI technologies and tools. The fourth step is to create applications for retail in MBI using tools PowerPivot and Power View. The main contribution of this work is to create reports and dashboards that are able to support processes of general retail mod-el. Reports and dashboards will serve as pilot applications for MBI. Another contribution is to acquaint readers with the possibilities of tools PowerPivot and Power View.
|Contributors||Pour, Jan, Šedivá, Zuzana|
|Publisher||Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze|
|Source Sets||Czech ETDs|
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