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How to make a BI Presentation

Dear all
My Manager asked me to make a presentation on Microsoft BI
I have a very few experience on this subject, but I want to talk about it.
I was thinking about talking:
What is BI in general?
What is BI in Microsoft?
Its hardware requirements
What is the benefit of BI?
What else I am missing
Thanks
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Thanks for the links you sent
I am talking to NON IT people, so I want to tell them what the benefit of the BI is
How to present this?
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As for how to present this: try not to overwhelm them with words they've never heard before.  But you'll need to explain some of the important keywords such as facts, dimensions, ...

If you're interested in MS BI, I would also explain how the different components co-operate: load data from different sources into a SQL Server DB using SSIS - this would be your "star schema" or DWH, build cubes on top of the DWH using SSAS, build reports on top of the cubes using SSRS or Report Builder, publish the reports on a SharePoint server, analyze data by connecting Excel 2010 to the cube, ...
yes i have an objecttive in 2011 to make a BI complete Solution using Microsoft.

please i need aa help in this subject.
tell me how can you help me.

i will check the links you sent and give you my feedback.

thanks
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let me check the links and give you feedback
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