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Analytics for Enterprise Efficiency and Effectiveness. Gordon Wishon, John Rome and Leah Lommel Arizona State University (ASU). About Us. Leah Lommel AVP, Development/BI. John Rome Deputy CIO and BI Strategist. Gordon Wishon Chief Information Officer. Institutional Landscape.

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    1. Analytics for Enterprise Efficiency and Effectiveness Gordon Wishon, John Rome and Leah Lommel Arizona State University (ASU)

    2. About Us

    3. Leah Lommel AVP, Development/BI John Rome Deputy CIO and BI Strategist Gordon Wishon Chief Information Officer

    4. Institutional Landscape

    5. Change Imperatives at Our Institutions

    6. Shrinking/Flat Budgets

    7. Drowning in Data

    8. Want our ERPs to Deliver MORE Value

    9. Increased Demand for Accountability Arizona Board of Regent Scorecard

    10. Struggling to Create Insight from Data

    11. Full Employment from External Reporting

    12. Headlines Point to Analytics/BI!

    13. Hot IT Skills for 2012

    14. About ASU

    15. Arizona State University

    16. 2011 ASU Total Headcount Enrollment 58,404 Undergraduates

    17. Analytic Products

    18. Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW)

    19. ASU Pioneers in Data Warehousing

    20. EDW Started in Early 1990’s ASU Data Warehouse Team from the “Early Years”

    21. Educause Publication - 1995

    22. ASU Treats Data as Strategic Asset

    23. ASU Both Built & Bought Data Warehouse *Choice of Data Warehouse Build or Buy - ~400 Respondents

    24. Shameless Plug for Core Data Services

    25. “MyReports”

    26. We Have Rocket Scientists at ASU Dr. Phil Christensen - ASU

    27. …And Student Rocket Scientists

    28. MyReports –Tool for Rocket Scientist Oracle/Hyperion Interactive Reporting (formerly Brio)

    29. Example Query – Ad Hoc Capability

    30. Not Everyone is a Rocket Scientist! *Apologies to Gary Larson

    31. Dashboards

    32. Non-Rocket Scientist Query Tool http://dashboard.asu.edu

    33. Part of Unified Web Experience ASU’s Main Portal Page http://my.asu.edu

    34. Tracking Student Progress From ASU’s eAdvisor Dashboard

    35. Monitoring Class Enrollment From ASU’s Course Enrollment Management Dashboard

    36. Mashups From ASU’s Faculty Dashboard

    37. Single Version of Truth From ASU’s Research Dashboard

    38. What is My “Burn-Rate”? From ASU’s Financial/SuperReportDashboard

    39. Early Warning/Retention Tool From ASU’s Retention Dashboard

    40. From ASU’s Retention Dashboard

    41. From ASU’s Retention Dashboard

    42. From ASU’s Retention Dashboard

    43. Dashboard Links Directly to ERP System Like Several Others

    44. Gains in Freshman Retention Rates First-Time Full-Time Freshman

    45. eadvisor.asu.edu

    46. Students Know How They Stand

    47. Best Practices for Analytics