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Don’t miss the opportunity at SAP TechEd 2012 in Las Vegas to spend some time working with various tools to create your own experience!

 

SAP Visual Intelligence is one of the most recent Analytics, intended for Business Analysts to perform self-service data acquisition, transformation and visualization from any data. First launched during SAPPHIRE NOW Orlando in May, 2012, this product has been enhanced via monthly releases bringing new data connectivity and a number of new features for the benefit of the Analysts.

SAP Global IT has been one of the first customers to roll out SAP Visual Intelligence, generating new opportunities to the SAP business community. As our mandate is to share this expertise and explain to our customers how “SAP Runs SAP,” it was obvious that SAP Visual Intelligence must be in the list of new topics we share at SAP TechEd this year.

 

The objective of the Hands-On session AP161 is to offer participants the opportunity to understand the purpose of this new tool and its added value through an end-to-end scenario. Starting from an initial business problem, you will understand how to solve it in a step-by-step approach as a Business Analyst with SAP Visual Intelligence.

 

In this session, we want to also – give you a larger view on how SAP Visual Intelligence can enter into your BI strategy and your BI deployment, especially in combination with SAP BusinessObjects Explorer.

So, would you like to become a Business Analyst having to explain to your Management why some flights have been delayed over the past months? You should not miss the Hands-On session AP161 because within 2 hours you will make your analysis using data coming from various sources (SAP HANA, relational databases and various flat files) and you will come up with amazing information to share with your Management.

More information can be found on http://TechEd2012.sapevents.com/sessions?sid=9577_24353

 

Hope to see you at SAP TechEd in Las Vegas! 

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