Here the updated list of webinars for January 2016 (Happy New Year to everyone)
For all webinars :
- Start Time : 11:00 AM (CT), 12:00 PM (ET), 10:00 AM (MT), 9:00 AM (PT)
- Duration : 1 hour
SAP Cloud for Analytics is a new generation of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution that redefines analytics by providing all analytics capabilities for all users in one product. It is built natively on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform to simplify access to a new public cloud experience that customers can trust. In this session you will understand the components that make up the solution, how it’s positioned and its key differentiating features.
Find out the different options to get your data today into SAP Cloud for Analytics, whether it is stored into BW, HANA or other types of sources on premise or in the Cloud. This brand new analytics Cloud platform is fast evolving so we’ll also be taking a sneak peek into the future and look at what are the plans to expand the list of datasources supported.
ASUG members who use or plan to use SAP Analysis Office are invited to join the ASUG BI Community in learning how they can influence the future direction of the software. This is a re-launch of the successful ASUG Analysis Influence Council and because Analysis for Office and the EPM Add-in for Microsoft Office are converging, we also welcome EPM users.
ASUG Influence Councils provide structured forums where members collaborate with peers and SAP solution managers to solve similar product challenges, share ideas, and influence specific SAP products and services. The participant profile includes both IT and business users. This is a unique ASUG benefit to you to influence SAP on future direction.
Attend this session to discover how mobility has revolutionized IT and the ways over 1,800 users across the globe work. We explore the processes of building and deploying a mobile BI solution for its global sales representatives. We also review how architecture, IT structure, and business organization for online and offline consumption on a tablet was impacted and how adding mobility to the tool mix has revealed the need for a new skill set in IT and a sustainability organization. Solution includes using Web Intelligence.
SAP Cloud for Analytics is a new, single experience for decision making where you can discover, visualize, plan and predict, all in one place. Learn advanced techniques for administering Cloud for Analytics in your organization. Topics include:
– Efficiently create user security settings and enable Single Sign-on.
– Deploy pre-created content throughout your organization.
– Connect Lumira datasets and universes into Cloud for Analytics
This session provides an overview of three focal areas: 1) New usage potentials experienced while using the SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio SDK with examples of a new data source extension, new visualization and map experiments, and an overview of the new SDK functionality available with 1.5. 2) A recount of experience with using SAP Lumira VizPacker and the SAP Web IDE VizPacker plugin. 3) Leveraging and the challenges faced with common libraries such as SAPUI5, D3, CVOM, and RequireJS.
After going live with SAP in April of 2009 Fairfax Water struggled with standard reporting in SAP. While some transactions gave FW good reporting options using list edits and variants FW realized they needed better reporting in SAP. After purchasing SAP Crystal Reports in 2012 FW saw they could get the information they need out of their SAP system in a way that their end users could understand.
-Embedding SAP Crystal Layout inside of standard SAP transactions
-Using SAP Crystal to analyze data in a manner not possible with standard SAP layouts (grouping, conditional counting, etc.)
-Using Multiple data sources to mash data into a logical report
-Turn-around time for implementation is minimal
SAP Cloud for Analytics is a new generation of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution that redefines analytics by providing all analytics capabilities, including BI, predictive and planning, for all users in one product.
In this session, we use the example of a Sales Analyst to show how SAP Cloud for Analytics enables his day-to-day work by allowing him to seamlessly transition between his different analytical needs. First, the analyst explores the historical sales data of a product that’s heavily impacted by seasonality, he then runs a time series forecast on this data using the SAP Cloud for Analytics’ predictive capabilities and incorporates the outcome of the time series analysis is in his planning process.
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.