Here the updated list of webinars for September 2015
For all webinars :
- Start Time : 11:00 AM (CT), 12:00 PM (ET), 10:00 AM (MT), 9:00 AM (PT)
- Duration : 1 hour
- September 08 – BICCs: Key to BI Success & Self Service BI with SAP and Tetra Pak
BICCs are not new but are enjoying renewed visibility and investment to address the triple tsunami of Big Data, Internet of Things and Self Service. This session will review how BICCs have evolved to support these trends and how you can evolve your existing BICC or develop one.
Fredrik Ohlsson from Tetrapak will share their BICC journey and lessons learned.
Pat Saporito from SAP will review best practices, SAP BICC resources and share results on SAP’s BICC survey findings
- September 15 – What Is Coming in SAP BusinessObjects BI4.2
Obtain an update from the SAP BI Product Managers on what is coming in BI4.2.
- September 21 – Unprecedented Visibility – Bring BI Auditing and Monitoring to Your Mobile Device
The SAP BI audit database got a big face-lift in the 4.1 release, and it’s easier than ever before to create meaningful reports based on activities that occur in the system. With the advent and maturation of the monitoring application and its ability to write historical data to a trend database co-located with auditor, there are new opportunities for bringing this information together to provide administrators with new levels of transparency into how the system is functioning. In this session, learn how to unite information from these sources, and others, to create Universes that give you the full picture of what’s happening in your environment. Use these as a foundation for responsive applications, developed with SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio, that you can use anywhere to get an immediate picture of system health, and to take action in case of failure. Imagine a world where your mobile device is a window into the complete operations of your SAP BI 4.1 system and make it a reality with ideas and information from this lecture.
- September 22 – Creating Interactive Analytics from Various Data Sources to Improve Patient Outcomes and Reduce Costs
Using Business Intelligence, University of Utah Health Care has created scorecards, dashboards, and interactive reports that are being used to understand and improve patient outcomes and reduce patient care costs. By combining quality, productivity, satisfaction, efficiency, and financial data sources into interactive reports using BI tools we are providing timely and actionable data to our physicians and clinical leaders. These analytics are driving change throughout the organization.
I hope you enjoy these session.
Please note, that these are webinars organized by the ASUG BI group and for attending you need to be a ASUG Member.