- Introduction to IBM Cognos Course
- Overview of Data Warehouse
- Overview of Data Warehouse Schemas
- ETL and Reporting Tools
- Creating My first Report
- Creating My first report Part-2
- Creating My First active Report
- Setting my Preferences for Active Report
IBM Cognos Business intelligence is a web based reporting and analytic tool. It is used to perform data aggregation and create user friendly detailed reports. Cognos also provides you an option to export the report in XML or PDF format or you can view the reports in XML format.
IBM Cognos provides a wide range of features and can be considered as an enterprise software to provide flexible reporting environment and can be used for large and medium enterprises. It meets the needs of Power Users, Analysts, Business Managers and Company Executives.
Power users and analysts want to create ad-hoc reports and can create multiple views of the same data. Business Executives want to see summarize data in dashboard styles, cross tabs and visualizations. Cognos allows both the options for all set of users.
IBM Cognos Business Intelligence is an advanced topic. Even though the content has been prepared keeping in mind the requirements of a beginner.
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Pathetic way of teaching
I appreciated the free introductory course. However, I didn't like that the presenter read the text on the overview slides, yet moved very quickly through the demo slides. Also, the demo seemed highly specific to an existing environment. Or, at least, I couldn't find the sample database she was using.