ARI, the largest privately owned fleet management company in the world, realized that they had to completely overhaul their existing business intelligence systems to align with strategic goals.
It’s a brave new big-data world out there – and tools like SAP BusinessObjects Explorer mobile let you explore it (no matter what era you grew up in).
The new Exploration Views Prototype from SAP BusinessObjects makes it easy for business people to set up customized, interactive views of their data.
The SAP BusinessObjects Augmented Explorer prototype is now available as standard part of the Explorer for iPhone/iPad download. Here’s some information and resources to help you test it.
Augmented Reality Explorer is a prototype from the SAP BusinessObjects Innovation Center. It displays corporate information overlaid on the real world, and you can access information about a physical thing simply by pointing at it with your iPhone or iPad.
A demonstration of SAP BusinessObjects products including Xcelsius Dashboards, Web Intelligence Reports, and Explorer working on an Android-based Google Nexus One phone.
Here’s a short demo that shows off the new free SAP BusinessObjects Explorer for iPad interface. Use it against our demo server, your own corporate Explorer server (VPN permitting, of course), or sign up for a free account at http://bi.ondemand.com and use Explorer online, or on your iPhone, or your iPad…
The iPhone version of SAP BusinessObjects Explorer from the SAP BusinessObjects Innovation Center was released today on the Apple iStore, available as a free download. Description, screen shots, and demonstration video
SAP’s first ever iPhone application is now available on Apple’s iTunes applications store. It’s BNE traffic, an innovative application from SAP Research in Brisbane, Australia that carries out analysis of Tweets using BusinessObjects Text Analysis.
SAP’s first ever iPhone application is now available on Apple’s iTunes applications store. No, it’s not BusinessObjects Explorer for the iPhone — that’s on its way. It’s BNE traffic, an innovative application from SAP Research in Brisbane, Australia.