Analytics now faces new customers and new needs — it’s no longer just about great self-service access to data.
I recently had the opportunity to do a keynote at Digitalk 2016 in Sofia, Bulgaria, the “Silicon Valley of Eastern Europe”. Here’s what I learned.
At this week’s itelligence UK user conference, one of the highlights Newcastle University’s presentation of their project to move to the SAP HANA platform
Swiss Property is using SAP S/4HANA to transform the residential construction industry with a new disruptive business model.
This year, despite BI continuing to be the #1 priority for CIOs, Gartner has been using recent BI Summit keynotes to proclaim that BI is dead. Why?
Pret A Manger is a great illustration of how companies are still getting incredible value from “boring reporting”, but also moving to more predictive technologies.
At the #HANA2016 conference this week, Coca-Cola East Japan explained how the company uses a modern BI platform with SAP HANA, Hadoop, and SAP Lumira to provide powerful analytics and support new business models.