When solutions are fragmented, you get data that’s fragmented as well. It becomes very challenging to make informed decisions and improve business outcomes when your data is all over the map and you can’t put a complete picture together.
Now imagine a new reality. A single experience for decision-making where you could discover, visualize, plan and predict – all in one place. Where everyone, whether they’re in front of the customer or in the boardroom, had the power to find new insights and take action.
Well, that day has arrived.
SAP Cloud for Analytics is a new end-to-end cloud analytics experience, giving customers the ability to access all data so business users can easily discover, visualize, plan and predict.
It’s ushering in a new era where organizations can use just one solution to enable their employees to track performance, analyze trends, predict and collaborate to make informed decisions and improve business outcomes.
It’s a radical departure that’s expected to redefine analytics for years to come.
Want to know more? You can get an exclusive sneak preview on our next #askSAP Analytics Community Call.
On the call will be SAP executives Gerrit Kazmaier (Head of Engineering, Cloud for Analytics) and Ivo Bauermann (Global Vice President EPM and Finance Solutions), who will preview SAP Cloud for Analytics and how customers will benefit.
Moderated by SAP Global Innovation Evangelist Timo Elliott, the session will help attendees learn how to address their cloud analytics challenges, get a glimpse of the roadmap for SAP Cloud for Analytics, and get a first-hand look at the solution in action.
You’ll come away with a real sense of the capabilities available today, and how real customers are already experiencing the benefits of SAP Cloud for Analytics – including the ability to make real-time decisions for forecasting and strategic initiatives.
Don’t miss this key opportunity to ask questions directly to our experts. Connect with us during the community call and submit your questions via Twitter with #askSAP.
This blog originally published on Analytics and has been republished with permission.