BI 2014 Self-Service Data Discovery for Business Users and Analysts Using SAP Lumira
This is a another summary of a BI 2014 session I attended last week.
Figure 1: Source: SAP
Figure 1 shows dissatisfied users, with users not using data
If you know question BI will have the answer
Today with visual Discovery people are seeing themselves as more self-service so need less of IT
Figure 2: Source: SAP
Figure 2 shows that we want to avoid the traditional timeline
Figure 3: Source: SAP
Figure 3 indicates our brains are wired for visuals
Retention rate without visual is 10% after 72 hours
Figure 4: Source: SAP
At a glance, can you answer the question shown in Figure 4?
This is why visuals are needed.
Figure 5: Source: SAP
Figure 5 shows when to blog on SCN.
Data Geek Challenge: Analysing the @SCNblogs twitter timeline
Figure 6: Source: SAP
Figure 6 shows the data sources including support for universes 3.x and 4x
It is “one click” to import
Figure 7: Source: SAP
Figure 7 shows two workflows, with one on the desktop and online
If it is on the desktop 30M cell limit
Figure 8: Source: SAP
Business Analysts know domain, but want to automate repetitive tasks but restrict coding (which is usually passed to IT)
Figure 9: Source: SAP
On this slide, the speaker was asked: “can you use What If’s with Lumira? Yes with Logical IF”
Figure 10: Source: SAP
Lumira was rewritten in HTML5 to allow publishing to various platforms including mobile, tablet, etc
The following Figures 11 & 12 are from SAP but from another session; they were not covered in the session but I thought relevant to this presentation:
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