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  1. 1. SAP BusinessObjects BI Clients October 2013
  2. 2. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2 SAP Analytics Solutions One Suite for All Insight Reporting Agile Visualization Dashboards and Apps Ÿ  Deliver engaging information to users where they need it Ÿ  Track key performance indicators and summary data Ÿ  Build custom experiences so users get what they need quickly Ÿ  Securely distribute information across your organization Ÿ  Answer related questions by interacting with pre-defined reports Ÿ  Build printable reports for operational efficiency Ÿ  Discover areas to optimize your business Ÿ  Adapt data to business needs Ÿ  Tell your story with beautiful visualizations Discover. Predict. Create. Build Engaging Experiences Distribute Information
  3. 3. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3 Agile Visualization Discover. Predict. Create. Agility for business analysts and business users Ÿ  Discover trends, outliers and areas of interest in your business Ÿ  Adapt to business scenarios by combining, manipulating, and enriching data Ÿ  Tell your story with self-service visualizations and analytics Ÿ  Forecast and predict future outcomes Portfolio Ÿ  SAP Lumira™ Ÿ  SAP BusinessObjects Explorer Ÿ  SAP BusinessObjects Analysis Ÿ  SAP Predictive Analysis* *SAP Predictive Analysis details are part of Advanced Analytics
  4. 4. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4 SAP Lumira to unleash business analyst creativity Provides the freedom to understand your data, personalize it, and create beautiful content Ÿ  Download and install on your desktop in less than 5 minutes Ÿ  Insight from many data sources Ÿ  Combine, manipulate and enrich data to apply it to your business scenarios Ÿ  Self-service visualizations and analytics to tell your story Ÿ  Optimized for SAP HANA for real-time on detailed data Overview
  5. 5. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5 SAP BusinessObjects Explorer for business users to quickly access information on their own Provide business users with a simple experience to independently ask and answer business questions on the fly Ÿ  Quickly and easily explore your data using search Ÿ  Easily visualize your data Ÿ  Geographic and Time awareness Ÿ  Build simple, interactive views (Exploration views) Ÿ  Mobile ready Overview
  6. 6. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6 SAP BusinessObjects Analysis for OLAP analysis Ÿ  Recommended for OLAP analysis scenarios (multi-dimensional analysis) Ÿ  Quickly leverage your existing OLAP investments with support for BW, HANA, Essbase, Analysis Services, and other OLAP sources Ÿ  High productivity for analysts through both Web and Excel based interfaces Ÿ  Premium alternative for BEx customers Overview Provide Business Analysts with the ability to analyze OLAP data in both Excel and over the Web
  7. 7. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7 SAP Predictive Analysis to gain an extremely deep understanding of your business Provide Business Analysts with sophisticated algorithms to take the next step in understanding their business and modeling outcomes. Ÿ  Perform statistical analysis on your data to understand trends and detect outliers in your business Ÿ  Build models and apply to scenarios to forecast potential future outcomes Ÿ  Breadth of connectivity to access almost any data Ÿ  Optimized for SAP HANA to support huge data volumes and in-memory processing Overview
  8. 8. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8 Dashboards and Apps Build Engaging Experiences Build engaging, visual dashboards Ÿ  Powerful environment to build interactive and visually appealing analytics Ÿ  Rich set of controls: buttons, list boxes, drop-down, crosstabs, charts… Ÿ  Use custom code to extend and build workflows Portfolio Ÿ  SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio Ÿ  SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards (formerly SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius)
  9. 9. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9 SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio for building analytic applications on BW and HANA Ÿ  Modern development environment and HTML5 runtime Ÿ  Native BW and HANA support Ÿ  Growing library of controls Ÿ  Recommended for HANA and BW customers (especially those with BEx WAD investments) Overview Provides a development environment that contains a broad library of controls and visualizations to build analytic applications on BW and HANA
  10. 10. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10 SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards for building custom dashboards on any data Ÿ  Build rich, interactive dashboards and visualizations Ÿ  Broad visualization library to support KPIs and executive dashboards Ÿ  Leverage enterprise BI infrastructure with support for the semantic layer Ÿ  Recommended for use on 3rd party data sources Overview Provides a rich set of visualizations and controls to build highly interactive dashboards on third-party data sources
  11. 11. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11 Guidance for SAP NetWeaver BW and SAP HANA customers Ÿ Customers using SAP NetWeaver BW or SAP HANA as a data source should adopt SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio as their primary tool for creating dashboards and applications, for both Web and mobile deployment. Ÿ Customers of SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards should continue with Dashboards and leverage the upcoming HTML5 functionality for mobile dashboards. Customers using Dashboards on top of SAP NetWeaver BW or SAP HANA should strongly consider building their new dashboards with SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio. Ÿ See SAP’s analytics blog for more detail on our dashboarding strategy and direction
  12. 12. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12 Reporting Share Information High productivity design for report designers Ÿ  Quickly build formatted reports on any data source Ÿ  Securely distribute reports both internally and externally Ÿ  Minimize IT support costs by empowering end users to easily create and modify their own reports Ÿ  Enhance custom applications with embedded reports Portfolio Ÿ  SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence® Ÿ  SAP Crystal Reports
  13. 13. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13 SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence for self-service query and reporting Ÿ  Market-leading self service reporting solution for rapid report creation Ÿ  Support for multi-source semantic layer to bring together different sources of information – without having to know the DB structure or SQL Ÿ  Content accessible from anywhere: Mobile, Web, Desktop Overview Quickly build ad-hoc queries and reports without a knowledge of SQL or the underlying data structure
  14. 14. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 14 SAP Crystal Reports for formatted reports Ÿ  Access nearly any data source directly Ÿ  Build reports that look exactly the way you want through pixel-perfect positioning, layout and templates Ÿ  Powerful API to embed reports into applications Ÿ  Optimized for high-volume reporting and publishing Overview Build pixel-perfect formatted reports for printing and operational reporting
  15. 15. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 15 BI Platform Professional Grade Enterprise Portals MS OfficeOn Demand Services BrowsersMobile Devices ERP SAP Business Suite Oracle E-Business Suite PeopleSoft JD Edwards Unstructured data in Social Media and Hadoop Embedded Content MS ExcelOracle, IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server and other relational data sources Universe Semantic Layer Business Intelligence Platform EDW SAP NetWeaver BW TeraData Other data warehouses SAP HANA Platform ReportingAgile Visualization Dashboards and Apps Essbase Microsoft AS Oracle OLAP
  16. 16. Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client … based on product capabilities
  17. 17. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 17 Where does the data reside? ReportingSelf Service Dashboards and Apps SAP BW SAP HANA Relational sources OLAP sources Flat files Web Intelligence Crystal Reports R R R R R R Design Studio Dashboards R R R Q Q Q Lumira Explorer Analysis Office-OLAP R R QR R1 R Q Q R Optimized and favoured Supported Unsupported Q OLAP Office 1. Supported with relational .unx against BW, BW on HANA and HANA optimized InfoProviders
  18. 18. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 18 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Comparing Product Capabilities Crystal Reports for Enterprise Web Intelligence Dashboards Design Studio Analysis for Office Analysis for OLAP Lumira Explorer Highly formatted reporting Parameterized & Dynamic Layout Self – Service Hierarchical capabilities Data Visualization Product Interoperability Guided Navigation Mobile Reporting 1 1 2 Supported Not Supported 1. With Design Studio 2. With Explorer and Lumira Cloud
  19. 19. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 19 SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.x & OLAP Sources Hierarchical Reporting Capabilities Crystal Reports for Enterprise Web Intelligence Dashboards (BI4 SP05 connectivity) Design Studio Analysis for Office Analysis for OLAP Explorer/ Lumira/PA Support for hierarchical member selection ü ü ü ü ü ü ü Support for hierarchical parameters ü ü ü ü ü ü û Support for hierarchies in charts and crosstab ü ü Only Hierarchical Scorecard ü ü ü û Support for “delegated measures” ü ü ü ü ü ü ü Support for hierarchical report design ü ü ü ü ü ü û Switching between hierarchies on the fly û û û ü ü ü û Level based member selection ü ü ü ü ü ü û Showing Leaves only / Lowest Level of the hierarchy û û û ü ü ü û “Expand to Level” as a configuration option û û ü ü ü ü û Skipping Levels of a hierarchy û û û ü ü ü û Ranking data along hierarchies û û û ü ü ü û
  20. 20. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 20 Where is the content consumed? ReportingSelf Service Dashboards and Apps n Design Studio n Dashboards Discover. Predict. Create. Build Engaging Experiences Distribute Information n Design Studio n Dashboards n Web Intelligence n Crystal Reports n Analysis OLAP n Explorer n Analysis Office n Predictive Analysis n Lumira n Design Studio n Dashboards n Web Intelligence n Crystal Reports n Explorer n Web Intelligence n Crystal Reports
  21. 21. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 21 Where is the content created? ReportingSelf Service Dashboards and Apps n Design Studio n Dashboards Discover. Predict. Create. Build Engaging Experiences Distribute Information n Web Intelligencen Analysis OLAP n Explorer n Analysis Office n Predictive Analysis n Lumira n Web Intelligence n Crystal Reports
  22. 22. Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client … based on your audience
  23. 23. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 23 Who creates the content? ReportingSelf Service Dashboards and Apps n Design Studio n Dashboards n Crystal Reports n Web Intelligence Discover. Predict. Create. Build Engaging Experiences Distribute Information n Web Intelligencen Analysis Office/OLAP n Predictive Analysis n Explorer n Lumira Designer Analyst
  24. 24. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 24 Who consumes the content? ReportingSelf Service Dashboards and Apps n Design Studio1 n Dashboards n  Web Intelligence n  Crystal Reports Discover. Predict. Create. Build Engaging Experiences Distribute Information n Design Studio n Dashboards n Web Intelligence n Crystal Reports n Analysis Office/OLAP n Predictive Analysis2 n Explorer n Lumira n Explorer 1.  Content consumed in Design Studio output, not the Design Studio IDE itself. Analyst Decision Maker
  25. 25. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 25 Report (Crystal Reports & Web Intelligence) §  Create standardized reports to review operational metrics §  Include Alerts that leverage information for follow up §  Share reports with larger audience and make use of product interoperability §  Enable interactive reporting capabilities to access and analyze a variety of data sources Monitor & Analyze (Design Studio, Dashboards, Analysis for Office and OLAP) §  Create prepared workbooks that others can consume and interact with §  Analyze operational metrics inside the Microsoft Office environment §  Create guided analysis BI applications Designer SAP BusinessObjects BI portfolio Who creates the content? Predict (Predictive Analysis) §  Consume and interact with information to predict future outcomes §  Discover trends, patterns and sets Discover (Explorer & Lumira) §  Create assets to allow Analysts and Decision Makers to search and explore data by using search and visualizations to answer ad-hoc questions anywhere, anytime §  Combine, enrich, manipulate, and merge data to create information
  26. 26. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 26 Monitor and Analyze (Analysis for Office, Analysis for OLAP & Design Studio) §  Analyze corporate information to fulfill ad hoc requests from management §  Build and share Microsoft Excel and web based BI applications for guided analysis §  Use Analysis as starting point and leverage product interoperability for details §  Create and edit reports without the need for IT or a report designer §  Share reports with larger audience and make use of product interoperability Analyst Discover (Explorer & Lumira) §  Answer ad-hoc questions anywhere, anytime using historic and real-time data §  Search and explore information by using natural words and simple visualizations §  Access large volumes of information on-premise and on device §  Combine, enrich, manipulate, and merge information SAP BusinessObjects BI portfolio Who consumes the content? Predict (Predictive Analysis) §  Consume and interact with information to predict future outcomes §  Discover trends, patterns and sets
  27. 27. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 27 Decision Maker Monitor & Analyze (Design Studio and Dashboards) §  Track and analyze company wide metrics using real-time interactive dashboards §  Share findings with upper management in form of presentations with live data §  Leverage what-if capabilities to evaluate different planning scenarios §  Leverage product interoperability to share findings with other BI clients §  Analyze information on the desktop, browser, and mobile device Report (Crystal Reports & Web Intelligence) §  Consume pre-delivered reports SAP BusinessObjects BI portfolio Who consumes the content? Discover (Explorer) §  Answer ad-hoc questions anywhere, anytime using historic and real-time data §  Search and explore information by using natural words and simple visualizations §  Access large volumes of information on-premise and on device
  28. 28. Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client … based on your business requirements
  29. 29. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 29 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Financial Area “As Financial Manager for the West Coast Region of North America I need to be able to analyze cost and profit center actuals towards the allocated budget along several dimensions. I need to be able to see these measures along our company structures as well as being able to compare information from several sources. I also need to be able add my own calculation to answer on-demand requests from senior management. I would like to leverage the information inside Microsoft Excel, but it also should be possible to use it in a browser.” Analyst
  30. 30. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 30 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Financial Area What did we hear ? Ÿ  Use of hierarchies (cost center / profit center / company structures) Ÿ  Usage of Microsoft Excel and browser based access Ÿ  Creation of calculations on the fly Ÿ  Accessing multiple sources Analyst
  31. 31. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 31 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Comparing Product Capabilities Crystal Reports for Enterprise Web Intelligence Dashboards Design Studio Analysis, Edition for Microsoft Office Analysis, edition for OLAP Lumira Explorer Usage of Hierarchies Using BEx Query Structures Microsoft Excel as client Internet Browser as client Creating calculations Multiple Source in one report Supported Not Supported
  32. 32. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 32 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Financial Area Summary Ÿ  Based on the combination of requirements from the Financial Area the recommendation would be to use –  Analysis, edition for OLAP –  Analysis, edition for Office (if the data source is HANA) –  Design Studio Ÿ  Design Studio could be used to create a custom BI application / template for the user audience if the data source is SAP BW or SAP HANA Ÿ  For less hierarchical driven reports and a more consumer (less power user) type of audience Web Intelligence might be an alternative
  33. 33. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 33 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Sales Area “The Sales Manager for Canada asked me to create a report for his sales representatives that would allow them to see their current sales pipeline. He mentioned that the information needs to be available in the office, on the road, and on mobile devices. He also stressed that each sales representative needs to be able to change the report “as they wish” as well as add local sales information from personal spreadsheets so that they can see the information by opportunity, product, week & month, and other angles. Actual hierarchies are only used limited. As Sales Manager for Canada, he mentioned it would be a great value to be able to run some simple scenarios to see how certain changes could impact the pipeline, for example a change in the product cost or price. … and he then also mentioned that sometimes people prefer just to get an eMail with a PDF file.” Decision Maker
  34. 34. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 34 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Sales Area What did we hear ? Ÿ  The information needs to be available on-premise (in the office), offline (on the road), and on mobile devices Ÿ  Users need the ability to change the report and change the view on the data Ÿ  Only limited use of hierarchies Ÿ  Distribution of the reports via eMail in a PDF format is also required Ÿ  For the Sales Management some simple what-if scenarios would be a great asset Decision Maker
  35. 35. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 35 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Comparing Product Capabilities Crystal Reports for Enterprise Web Intelligence Dashboards Design Studio Analysis for Office Analysis for OLAP Lumira Explorer Offline Capabilities Mobile Reporting Distribution via eMail (Broadcasting) Edit the report Change the “view” of the data What-if scenarios Data enrichment Supported Not Supported
  36. 36. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 36 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Sales Area Summary Ÿ  Based on the combination of requirements from the Sales Area the recommendation would be to use –  Web Intelligence –  Lumira (note no .pdf output) –  Mobile BI Ÿ  What – if Scenarios would be created using SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards or Design Studio
  37. 37. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 37 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Executive Area “As Executive Manager, I need consolidated information, which provides me with a high-level overview on all critical corporate KPIs. I need to be able to access this information anytime, anywhere. If needed I need to be able to get to the root cause and see the detailed information. I also can not always wait for my business analyst of IT to send me the information when I ask them a question. It would be good to be able to simply search for the answer by entering my question.” Decision Maker
  38. 38. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 38 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Executive Area What did we hear ? Ÿ  Consume highly aggregated information Ÿ  Strong data visualizations needed Ÿ  Provide the ability to drill down and navigate to detailed information Ÿ  Fast response time Ÿ  Information needs to be available via mobile device Ÿ  Allow for search and exploration Decision Maker
  39. 39. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 39 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Comparing Product Capabilities Crystal Reports for Enterprise Web Intelligence Dashboards Design Studio Analysis, Edition for Microsoft Office Analysis, edition for OLAP Lumira Explorer Highly Aggregated information Strong data visualization Drill Down / Navigate to detailed information Mobile Reporting Search & Exploration Supported Not Supported
  40. 40. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 40 Selecting the Right SAP BusinessObjects BI Client Using Business Requirements – Executive Area Summary Ÿ  Based on the combination of requirements from the Executive team the recommendation would be to use –  Explorer –  Design Studio or Dashboards –  Mobile BI Ÿ  Lumira can be used to create Information Spaces consumed by Explorer Ÿ  In addition consider SAP HANA for performance improvements
  41. 41. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 41 Your BI Strategy should start with the business requirements, not with the DWH. Key Learnings Start by defining your requirements and your desired outcome. Focus on the business pain points by area. One use case after the other – not all in once Understand your audience. Let them describe their workflow. Listen ! Remember – Your BI Strategy starts with the business requirements.. Not with the DWH
  42. 42. ©  2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 42 Ÿ  sapbusinessobjectsbi.com Ÿ  Getting started with SAP BI Ÿ  sap.com/upgradebi Ÿ  sap.com/learnbi Ÿ  sap.com/bivirtualization Ÿ  sap.com/bisizing Ÿ  service.sap.com/roadmap Ÿ  How to Select the Right BI Tool for Your Environment Ÿ  SAP’s Release Strategy for Major Releases of SAP BusinessObjects BI Key Links
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