Semiconductor maker AMD is to implement a business intelligence (BI) solution based on Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Enterprise and SharePoint Server 2013.
The US company will use built-in, self-service BI tools such as Power View, an interactive data visualisation feature of SQL Server 2014 Reporting Services.
“With SQL Server 2014 and SharePoint Server 2013, we saw an opportunity to gain a highly integrated environment that would give end users more control over their data without requiring us to increase the complexity of our architecture,” said Jesse Cantu, IT director of data warehousing and engineering at AMD.
The company expects that the BI tools will benefit multiple business processes worldwide, including supply chain management.
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