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Extending the Self-Service Capabilities of SAP BI with SAP BusinessObjects Explorer 4.0 FP3 and SAP Visual Intelligence

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http://spr.ly/SBOUC_VP - SAP continues to extend how its customers enable self sufficiency of the business with SAP Business Explorer and the recently-introduced SAP Visual Intelligence. Learn how …

http://spr.ly/SBOUC_VP - SAP continues to extend how its customers enable self sufficiency of the business with SAP Business Explorer and the recently-introduced SAP Visual Intelligence. Learn how customers are leveraging these solutions to deliver value and agility into the business. Presenters: Pierre Leroux and Saskia Battersby, SAP. Try SAP Visual Intelligence free today: http://spr.ly/VisiFreeDownload

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  • 1. September 10-13, 2012 Orlando, FloridaExtending Self-Service Capabilities of SAP BusinessObjects BISAP Visual Intelligence and SAP BusinessObjects Explorer
  • 2. IS BI ADOPTION STILL A CHALLENGE?
  • 3. Among Knowledge Workers, Is It? 25% 50% 75%
  • 4. Very Much… 50% of Knowledge Workers Have Access or Utilize BI / AnalyticsSource: Information Week; Doug Henschen; 2012 BI and Information Management Trends; November 2011
  • 5. Making Huge Progress … Which of the following users have access or utilize BI/analytics today (2012)? 58% 65% 75% C-Level Corporate IT Business Executives Management AnalystsSource: Information Week; Doug Henschen; 2012 BI and Information Management Trends; November 2011
  • 6. Still Lagging … Which of the following users have access or utilize BI/analytics today (2012)? 28% 24% 8% Sales force Customer-Service All Reps EmployeesSource: Information Week; Doug Henschen; 2012 BI and Information Management Trends; November 2011
  • 7. Barriers to BI/Analytics Adoption What are the barriers to adopting BI/analytics products enterprisewide? 37% 40% 45% No Agreement on Scalability Ease-Of-Use Product(s) ChallengesSource: Information Week; Doug Henschen; 2012 BI and Information Management Trends; November 2011
  • 8. The BI Spectrum: Known Vs. Unknown Traditional BI Answers Known QuestionsOrganizational & Competitive Impact Predictive Modeling Exploration Dashboards & Visualization & Scorecards OLAP & Visualization Ad-hoc Reports Self-Service BI Standard Answers Unknown Questions Reports Value
  • 9. All Levels of The Business Have Questions As the VP Operations, I would like to know… As an Analyst, I need to know which of our customers are… Plant Warehouse Consumers Suppliers Distributor Retailer
  • 10. There Are Challenges to Get Timely Answers I am tired of waiting on others to provide the answers to the questions I have now. I spend all my time preparing and sharing data with my team. I have no time to deliver valuable insights. Plant Warehouse Consumers Suppliers Distributor Retailer
  • 11. The Starting Point for Your Questions Search Explorer Explorer Cloud Explore Web Mobile Share Acquire Visual Transform Intelligence Visualize
  • 12. With SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, You … Access data Explore data Share answers exposed using interactive and insight by others visualizations with other people
  • 13. Type in Business Terms and … Use keyword search Results ranked by data relevance
  • 14. Start Exploring with Point-And-Click Interface Faceted navigation Best chart type auto generated
  • 15. Create Ad Hoc Dashboards Explore data behind the dashboard
  • 16. Ad-Hoc Discovery Everywhere Explore data behind the dashboard Easily navigate dashboard
  • 17. With Geo-Location Awareness Analytics, maps and geo- location together Visual map overlay on point-of-interest data
  • 18. With SAP Visual Intelligence, You … Acquire data Synthesize and Iteratively from corporate transform discover data & personal data the way by building sources you want it visualizations
  • 19. Acquire Data Growing list of Database Sources including Teradata, Sybase IQ, SQL Server and Oracle Support online access for massive data volumes Leverage investment in SAP Universes, both UNX and UNV
  • 20. Transform Data Dynamically Combine Corporate and Personal Sources Easily Understand what is possible with contextual suggestions
  • 21. Intuitive Discovery and Analysis Experience Consume, categorize, and filter measures and variables Easy drag and drop for immediate ad-hoc views, no need to build queries or scripts Automatic time and geography awareness
  • 22. Beautiful Analytics to Convey and Share Knowledge
  • 23. VISUAL INTELLIGENCEVS. EXPLORER:SPOT THE DIFFERENCES
  • 24. Visual Intelligence Vs. Explorer: 3 Differences Acquire Transform Build Your Your Own Data The Way Own Visualizations Data You Want It
  • 25. USER POWERED, IT APPROVED!
  • 26. IT Approved  Self-Service - no need for IT to create report or dashboard  Connected to enterprise BI - leverage existing BI assets  Simple to manage and scale
  • 27. DEMO
  • 28. Latency in analysis of information impacts decisions Transactional Data System Warehouse / Marts OLTP OLAP Real Life Analysis and Insight Business Transaction Action Real-time Aggregation Limited flexibility due to posting pre-defined data structures Batch transfer to into Transactional Data Warehouse Long query run-times System Reporting Loss of detail Challenges Long Wait times for reports Large Volumes High Impact
  • 29. What if this would all happen real-time? SAP HANA SAP HANA IN-MEMORY Real Life Analysis and Insight Business Transaction Action Real-time High Performance Fast, flexible and detail Loading into SAP Large Volume Data analytics over large volumes HANA Processing
  • 30. Benefits – SAP Visual Intelligence on SAP HANA For the Business For IT Self-Service Total Cost of Ownership Ability for end-users to create and visualize Leverage existing SAP HANA investment ● their own analytics without engaging IT 1 platform to deploy and administer Faster Time to Analysis Connected to the Achieve faster response time and better understanding with insight in visual form Enterprise on SAP HANA Leverage existing data, security, and administrative services Increased Adoption Secure of Analytics One IT-sanctioned security Intuitive interface requiring model and single sign on minimal user training
  • 31. GetStarted 1 Learn about both solutions  2 See a demo On the show floor 3 Try it with your data! sap.com/tryvisualintelligence
  • 32. Thank You! blogs.sap.com/analyticsContact information: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8FFSaskia Battersby saskia.battersby@sap.com 03148AD0742B1Pierre Leroux pierre.leroux@sap.com twitter.com/#!/search/%23sapvisi
  • 33. Thank you for participating.Please provide feedback on this session by completing a short survey via the event mobile application. SESSION CODE: 0804Learn more year-round at www.asug.com