During the keynote of the BI2017 / HANA2017 SAPInsider conference, Mike Flannagan explains why he’s excited about the future of SAP Analytics
VELUX, a global supplier of roof windows and skylights, has had a business intelligence strategy for over a decade, but the BI team realized they had to adapt to the changing technology landscape and rising user expectations.
It was the SAP World Tour in Sopot, Poland last week, and I had the honor of presenting a keynote session on business analytics.
SAP recently announced its intention to collaborate closely with its customers and partners as part of a sustainability strategy that includes aggressive carbon reduction targets, a new cross-functional sustainability organization, and sustainability solutions for customers.
A performance management project recently stalled when executives decided that the strategy map was too confidential to roll out…
Why do we tolerate strategy, initiatives, and goals to be scattered around the organization, in dozens of incompatible formats? If organizations are struggling to execute corporate strategy, wouldn’t it help to have all the company initiatives, at every level, for every team, stored in one place, so that you could actually see what was happening?
However you define the goals of your organization—whether it’s about profit, or saving lives—it’s all about the quest for performance. Today, 9 out of 10 companies fail to execute their strategies. That’s a sobering statistic—and an opportunity for IT organizations everywhere.