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EPM @ TechEd Las Vegas

With the May 2011 launch of SAP BusinessObjects Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) 10.0 suite of products, it deservedly had quite a presence at this year’s ASUG Annual Conference and SapphireNOW.  There also will be quite a lineup of sessions devoted to EPM at next week’s SAP TechEd conference in Las Vegas.  Since I spend most of my time working in the flagship product of the EPM suite, SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation (some of you may know it as BPC or SBOP PC), I took a stroll through the sessions listing for TechEd and compiled a list of those related to BPC and EPM as a starting point for my agenda.  While Jens Koerner’s BPC 10.0 NW hands-on sessions at SAP TechEd around the world – check out the new EPM10 look and touch key features highlighted the hands-on sessions at TechEd, I thought I’d post this as a one-stop-shop of EPM content for next week (all times local to Las Vegas):

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I can’t believe that it’s been nearly a year since I posted my first ‘real’ blog on SCN, “The specified item was not found.” …and yet, here I am joining the geeks at TechEd for the first time.  While I offered up “A Taste of What’s Coming in BPC 10.0” a few months back, I’m hoping that I can deliver at least a blog or two (as time permits) this week with some more details. 

I can’t wait to get to TechEd and my expectations are high (and still rising).  I’ll be in a lot of the above sessions, but obviously not all of them as there are some overlaps.  I hope I have a chance to meet some of you next week.  Take care, and safe travels.

For those of you unable to make it to TechEd next week, be sure to check out Virtual TechEd as some of the above sessions may be broadcast.

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      Author's profile photo Balaji Vivekanandan
      Balaji Vivekanandan


      This sessions are available in the recorded Virtual TechEd format?

      if Yes, then any one share the access path for the same.