At the recent Adobe Max 2010 conference, Mike Lazardis demonstrated SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards running on the brand-new Adobe-Flash compatible BlackBerry PlayBook
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SAP Research has joined forces with the town of Antibes to implement the SAP BusinessObjects Social Network Analyzer prototype, in order to help improve public-sector collaboration, transparency, and citizen services.
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.
The SAP World Tour 2009 is underway and over 5,000 people signed up to attend the free event in Paris on June 2nd and 3rd with keynote presentations from Pascal Rialland, Luc Ferry, and others. SAP BusinessObjects products featured heavily at the show.
SAP BusinessObjects Innovation Center has just unveiled a great new prototype called Social Network Analyzer (SNA). It aggregates existing enterprise data to display and discover organizational relationships, bringing together enterprise business intelligence, social networking, and business applications for the first time.
SAP BusinessObjects Innovation Center has just unveiled an Social Network Analyzer prototype. It aggregates existing enterprise data to display and discover organizational relationships and provides the missing link between social networking platforms and enterprise information systems. It provides social networking collaboration that will be a key feature of the future generation of “business user” applications.
SAP has a network of communities to help collaboratively develop future solutions. In particular, there are two technology Labs that are working on Web 2.0 technology by leveraging Web 2.0 collaborative techniques.