Tag: SAP

  • BI in Brussels (Against Economic Turmoil)

    Presentation on “How to use Business Intelligence to Counter Economic Turmoil” delivered as part of a Reporting and Business Intelligence session at the SAP Lounge in Brussels, Belgium.

  • Social Networking Analytics

    Social Networking Analytics

    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 Social Network Analyzer Prototype

    SAP Social Network Analyzer Prototype

    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.

  • New SAP BusinessObjects Innovation Center

    SAP BusinessObjects has just launched a new Innovation Center, taking over from the the existing BusinessObjects Labs at http://labs.businessobjects.com. The Innovation Center is modeled after Google Labs. It showcases new software prototypes based on concepts and ideas from customers, partners, and internal teams. Anybody is free to download and try them, but they are not […]

  • BI on the Bosphorus

    Presentation and dashboard from an SAP BusinessObjects day in Istanbul, Turkey

  • Collaborative Web 2.0 Innovation With SAP

    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.

  • Making Tough Decisions

    There’s increasing agreement that business intelligence and performance management technology has to go further than “just” data, analysis, and planning, to helping with the intrinsically human process of making decisions. Today, most corporate decision-making happens in meetings and conference calls, with little support from technology. As a process, it functions, but most of us would be hard-pressed to call it optimized. How can we integrate BI technology with decision-making best practice?

  • SAP Dashboards at Microsoft?

    According to the Treasury & Risk site, Microsoft is a keen user of SAP dashboards, at least in conjunction with their treasury needs

  • BI in Bahrain

    BI in Bahrain

    here was lots of interest in the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio of solutions at the SUG-MENA event in Bahrain. See the Xcelsius dashboard using local data, and the presentation I gave.

  • SAP’s Collborative Sustainability Strategy

    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.