I hope everyone had a great start into the new year 2017. All the best for 2017.
Here the updated list of ASUG BI Webinars for January 2017
For all webinars :
- Start Time : 11:00 AM (CT), 12:00 PM (ET), 10:00 AM (MT), 9:00 AM (PT)
- Duration : 1 hour
The city of Chicago has run SAP BusinessObjects since 2000 (5X,6X, XI R2, 3.1, 4.2). SAP Business Objects is the primary reporting tool for the city of Chicago (e.g., 311,911, police, fire, W2s, POs, invoices), with 1500 users and 800 reports scheduled daily. The city of Chicago uses GB&Smith 360Suite daily for auditing, security administration, disaster and recovery, incremental backup, environment clean-up and impact analysis.
Organic Valley is a $1 billion farming cooperative whose employees loved SAP Crystal Reports, SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence and, most of all, Excel. Requesting reports from IT took too long, and business insights were hidden in tabular data. In 2016, the BI team rolled out SAP BusinessObjects Lumira. In this presentation, you’ll learn about the deployment approach, data and universe preparation, and impact self-service data visualization has had in its first year post go-live.
What a difference a year makes. By educating and enabling end-users to access data and create their own reports, Phoenix Contact transitioned BI from being IT-centric to Business User-driven. We’ll look at how Phoenix Contact successfully migrated from 3.1 to 4.x and transitioned BI development to the business. During this session we will cover:
- Migration strategy and time to execute.
- The new BI reporting standard at Phoenix Contact.
- User examples and feedback.
- Phoenix Contact next steps.
In the past, Honeywell Aerospace did not have a common tool to provide a view of how CSMs were progressing toward targets in a given fiscal quarter. To get this information, they had to manually execute various reports to get data out of SAP solutions and SFDC and then merge it all together. This session will walk you through how the Honeywell Aerospace BI team developed a CSM standard-work tool, from whiteboard to dashboard, in just eight weeks.
SCEIS (South Carolina Enterprise Information Systems) has built over 200 reports in many areas for enterprise and individual needs. The problem is that users do not know where the reports are located, which reports to use for what situations or what to do with the data in the reports. As a solution, Reporting Links dashboard with direct links to each report were built, along with a searchable tool using SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio for word searches to help locate reports and tutorials loaded into SAP BusinessObjects to show the purpose of the reports and its data.
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.