Preview of 2013 ASUG Annual Conference: Focus SAP Integration with SAP BI with ERP/ECC Embedded Analytics
The 2013 ASUG Annual Conference is getting closer each day (May 13-16) (three weeks away). This document focuses on sessions related to “Embedded Analytics”, or BusinessObjects integration with your SAP ERP system. If you are active in ASUG events, you’ll know these are customer-driven education sessions selected by ASUG volunteers.
This year, the 2013 ASUG Annual Conference is once again co-located with SAPPHIRE® NOW, May 14 – 16 in Orlando, Florida, at the Orange County Convention Center. The following is a snapshot of the education sessions hosted by the ASUG Community and its related Special Interest Groups focusing on integration of SAP ERP with BI/BusinessObjects:
Snapshot of Sessions Focusing on Integration of SAP ERP with BI/BusinessObjects:
Additionally, there is onepre-conference session on Monday May 13th related to this theme as well:
Monday, May 13, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Cost: $595.00 ASUG Member/$695.00 Non-Member
Join SAP’s Ingo Hilgefort for this hands-on session to BI4.1
SAP BusinessObjects 4.1 is the latest BI suite release from SAP and offers a broad set of BI tools to choose from. Each tool has its own special focus in the area of reporting and analytics. This hands-on workshop is a series of activities focused on SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.1 products in combination with SAP BW and SAP ERP. Attendees will learn to use the different products from the SAP BusinessObjects BI suite 4.1 in combination with SAP data. In addition attendees will learn to how to use a set of common criteria to select the right tool for the right job. The session will provide hands-on experience for the following products: – Crystal Reports for Enterprise – Web Intelligence – SAP BusinessObjects Explorer – SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for Microsoft Office – SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for OLAP – SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio – Mobile BI.
Why Attend ASUG Annual Conference?
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