Mimi Spier, SAP, provided this webcast this past week. She tied together the themes of “Big Data” with Mobile BI, which not something I had considered before.
Figure 1: Source: SAP
Figure 1 shows the volume of users, “making the most out of big data” as things become connected
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Figure 2 shows that we are not leveraging as many insights as we can
Mobile will help drive adoption with analytics, said Mimi
We need to be able to predict what will happen next
Figure 3: Source: SAP
There are several use cases for mobilization.
Mimi said there is a shift as we not separating mobile any more from analytics and going “mobile first”
How approach analytics? She talked about personas who need different types of analytics, and go to one place – what need, just like on their smart phone
Mobilize specific use cases – predict demand, on operations floor
Figure 4: Source: SAP
Enterprise BI, Agile BI, Advanced Analytics offer “one mobile experience”
Figure 4 references the “Journey” for mobile analytics. What does it mean?
Mimi said the first step is you are likely doing this today as 2013 has been a massive adoption year, with new and existing BI customers going straight to mobile. With a simple right click, push to mobile, category to mobile
Mobile first is the approach
Some of the customers listed in Figure 4 such as 3M have 50K users using mobile analytics, building dashboards, reports, Exploration views.
BMW manages business on iPad, better merchandise, predict supply & demand
Executives use mobile analytics to manage business
Woolworth is pushing out to over 200 stores in Australia
Think of Mobile BI how to solve issues and how Mobile BI meets “Big Data” to help solve Big Data problem, going into lines of business, what is the right data to access
She suggested focusing on use cases such as Charite hospital, analytics to hands of doctors.
Figure 5: Source: SAP
Figure 5 shows one application, one experience and with iOS7 a new experience
You can use the SDK to personalize Mobi 5
Go into one app
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Figure 6 shows line of business content provided – I didn’t hear much detail but this was interesting to learn.
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Figure 7 covers the Mobile SDK.
The rest of the webcast was a demo, which was pretty good. Once the link is available I will post.
SAP BusinessObjects Mobile on iOS and GooglePlay; she said it will catch up by the end of the year
Mimi ended it with a suggestion to engage with SAP on a Design Thinking workshop
Question & Answer
Q: How many of these apps are available today?
A: Everything is available today
Q: What is Mobi?
A: SAP BusinessObjects Mobile
Q: How does BYOD work with Big Data?
A: Mobile device management solutions can handle the security
Can manage a corporate store too
Q: Any specific apps for manufacturing?
A: content in the community for that in the community
Mobile BI Sessions at SAP TechEd Las Vegas are here