Here’s a selection that used analytics as part of their demonstrations. First up were Gregor Wolfe and Phil Loewen, the winning team of the Berlin Innovation Weekend, with a project that was just 30 hours old, to help non-profits improve their marketing and donation gathering – assisted by last year’s winner Alexis Naibo from the SAP BusinessObjects Innovation Center
The team used SAP StreamWork to colloborate on the project.
They uploaded data into BI OnDemand and made it available for analysis
Provided a full range of analytics to help improve donation gathering:
And then used the SAP BusinessObjects Explorer application to access the data from mobile devices, using the new Augmented Explorer functionality on the iPad to see the information overlaid on maps:
Or overlaid on the real world with an iPhone:
As they turn the phone, the points appear over the real world.
Next up was Stephen Dawson and Noreen O’Connor showing the new SAP Event Insight:
Noreen explained that she was in charge of a data processing facility, and Event Insight had been set up to provide alerting and monitoring of the system
With a real-time dashboard, using SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius (now “Dashboards”)
Noreen slowly pulled out the cables one by one to see what would happen:
The dashboard immediately reflected the new status:
And the system alerted the sale manager using a mobile API
Noreen replugs in the server – problem solved.
When you view the bar codes through a mobile device, other information can be overlaid based on the detected pattern.
Alexander and Marek made it to the final three, but the winner of the Demo Jam was a Florian Shultz and Tobias Queck with a demo using with pen, paper, a livescribe, and beer.