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I was working on some interesting prototypes using Adobe Flex recently..  Well… some of them got achieved before more than 2 people saw them, while others got some traction.  One of the demos I supported was the SAP xApps Spend Analytics demo, shown during Adobe MAX this week.

SAP xApp Spend Analytics is a next generation analytic application that allows organizations and the end users to consolidate their spend data for end to end visibility into their supplier base. Identify savings and sourcing opportunities and to facilitate regulatory and internal compliance while identifying Supplier’s rationalization opportunities.  The application is based on SAP Business Intelligence (SAP NetWeaver), and it aggregates data from heterogeneous data sources, prepares and enriches the data for analysis and accurately classifies the spend data for budgeting and sourcing savings.

 

Note: SAP xApp Spend Analytics is currently in Ramp-Up, so please stay tuned to additional information on SAP.com.  (Additional SAP Spend Analytics information is available here) (Adobe Max keynote coverage is available here and here)

 

some screen shots:

 

Opening a briefing book from a list of available books on the server

 

   Sorting data

 

Using the page-flip experience…

The most interesting part of the demo ( at least from my point of view ) was showing a scenario when the presenter added some information, gathered during off-line, by D&D a table from MS-Excel into the book, as well as updating the book’s data from the server (per page or the whole book). 

 

E.T. 

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