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This is the second part of the webcast from yesterday.  Part one is recapped here.

 

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Three years for idea into action

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Worlds are separate

Bring in at the point of decision, tie it so decisions can be improved

Foundation of ‘digital core’, intelligent ERP

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Example floorplan

Analytical List Page

Start at high level and enter line level

Benefits of OLTP and OLAP as one

No replication

Overview page – consolidate analytical cards

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Persona, bring in most relevant apps for user

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This is the pattern; visualize, decide, embed predictive

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Predictive procurement is available now

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Business process & analytics combined

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Virtual data models are the heart

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What provide to end user for embedded analytics

Use configuration to create analytical list page templates

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Standard provided drilldowns

Analysis Path – particular pattern of analysis to follow

Multi dimensional reports – part of embedded analytics

Done by configuration; key user can create

 

Tools for End Users

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Tools for key user/end user are part of S4

BusinessObjects is a separate license

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Need to assign the analytics specialist role

Custom CDS app allows you to modify SAP provided CDS

Date function app – your own ranges

Create predictive models

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List of apps; a start point to see what is available and extend

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Add fields with app

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Create your own queries

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Use Best Practices Explorer

 

For end users:

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Procurement Overview Page; standard apps

 

Reference

Upcoming webcasts:

BI Platform

Dashboarding SIG

 

More reference – sign up for the Meet the Expert Webcasts:

“The new SAP Enterprise Support learning platform: SAP Learning Hub. The SAP Learning Hub requires a one time registration in order to access the content. If you haven’t registered yet for the SAP Learning Hub edition for Enterprise Support, please do so by following the steps below:

Register for the Support Edition by:

Navigate to the registration page

  1. Click the Sign up button. Authenticate yourself with your s-user ID and password. Upon first access, the system will check the eligibility, create a learning hub user, and update the catalog. You will receive a registration confirmation via e-mail within the next 2 hours.
  2. After you have received the confirmation e-mail, login again.

Access the Learning Hub by:

  1. Navigate to the SAP Learning Hub, edition for SAP Enterprise Support page.
  2. Click the Access Learning Catalog button (or follow this link). Login with your s-user ID and password.
  1. Read the quick guide and tutorials to learn how to sign up and how to use the hub.

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