Does your business have a Business Intelligence (BI) Strategy? Introducing a BI Strategy to your business can reduce challenges, and demonstrate clear benefits such as increased user satisfaction, consistently performing BI solutions, and a reduction in total cost of ownership. SAP provides a range of BI clients and applications which are optimized for SAP HANA, delivering significant speed and agility.

SAP’s Strategic Customer Engagements (SCE) team invite you to join a free openSAP course BI Clients and Applications on SAP HANA where you can gain hands-on experience in deploying business intelligence on SAP HANA, leveraging it both as a data source and as a platform. Learn about the new features in SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.1, and how it is optimized for SAP HANA. Benefit from best practices around design, development, and troubleshooting of BI content, and simplify your SAP BusinessObjects BI toolkit.


You can also experience SAP Lumira, in the desktop, cloud, and server releases to create amazing visualizations that can be consumed anywhere. With SAP Lumira, business analysts can combine data sources to see the big picture as well as the details.  IT can govern and administer data, visualizations, and users by leveraging their existing analytics infrastructure.


BI Clients and Applications on SAP HANA begins from October 29 and enrollment is now open. The course is targeted at BI Developers and Business/Data Analysts, but is open to anyone interested in learning about BI.  Registration, learning content, final exam and Record of Achievement are free of charge. You will have the opportunity to complete a series of hands-on exercises on a trial image, however this is an optional add-on and will incur some minimal infrastructure costs. Enroll today!


Current courses:

SAP’s UX Strategy in a Nutshell by Sam Yen

Get to Know SAP’s Innovative Enterprise Solutions

Introduction to SAP Fiori UX

Next Steps in SAP HANA Cloud Platform (Repeat)

Upcoming courses:

ABAP Development for SAP HANA

Next Steps in Software Development on SAP HANA

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