This course has been designed to help you build static and dynamic interactive BI reports connected with the data sources. The course will start by explaining what BI is and the BI tools in Microsoft Excel. After that, participants will be shown how BI processes are accomplished in Microsoft Excel. Afterwards, an illustration will be made on how to connect Microsoft Excel to different data sources. This will be followed by going through the details of computational analysis and data management. Later, an explanation of data integration concepts and methodologies will take a place. At this point, the participant will be ready to learn how to build the report structure and templates. Finally, participants will be shown how to construct and test the reports. At the end of the course, the participant will finish a real-life project that will help in practicing and understanding all the delivered concepts. Throughout this course many tips, tricks and secrets will be shared as a result of many years of dedicated work and research.
Connecting to data sources:
Computational analysis and data management:
Building reports structures and templates:
Who should take this course?
This course is important for:
Professionals who need to deal with creating static and dynamic reports.
Professionals who wish to develop interactive reporting systems.
Professionals who need to have customized reports.
Professionals who need to deals with business reporting.
Professionals who need to create business intelligence outcomes.
Professionals who evaluate and monitor performance.
The course delivery method
The course is available with the following modes:
Online live instructor-led mode:
The course will be delivered using ZOOM application. Participants are required to install ZOOM application to their computers.
Face to face instructor-led mode:
The course will be held in a training venue at reputable hotel or business center. The participants will be informed about the venue details after registration. Participants are required to bring their own computing devices. This option is available for Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto.
One day, from 9 am - 5 pm , including refreshments and lunch break.
Participants are required to have the following software to be installed prior to the course session:
- Microsoft Excel 2016 or higher
- Microsoft Access 2016 or higher
To have good understanding for the course, it is important to have at least basic computer skills and basic understading for relational database concepts.