Blogs by

Gerd Schoeffl

In our blog BPC 10.1 Embedded: How to efficiently realize a rolling forecast scenario we have described how a rolling forecast can be achieved using a BPC Embedded scenario. We have described that there is one

With BPC Embedded and PAK customers have the possibility to create their own HANA enabled planning functions by using SQL-script. The possibilities for testing and debugging SQL-script procedures were not as sophisticated and easy to

When you are using a Business Process Flow in BPC 10.1 for NetWeaver Embedded version it is fairly easy to call Analysis for Office or EPM workbooks as both are available as direct link types

In BPC 10.1 Embedded (as well as in PAK/BW-IP) we have the option to use a (advanced) DataStore Object with a characteristic as a key figure. With this technique we can enter comments (limited to

In BPC Embedded (and also PAK and BW-IP) we have to possibility to enter (short) comments in a query. The short comments are stored in (advanced) DataStore Objects and are treated like key figures. Now

In every planning application it is of utmost importance to make sure that the plan data that is saved to the system is correct. Let us have a look at some examples of incorrect data

Simple Rolling Forecast Rolling forecast is a technique that is widely used in planning. As opposed to a ‘fixed’ plan that has a fixed setup and fixed end data in a rolling forecast the planning

In BPC 10.1 we have introduced the possibility for the line of business (LoB) user to create local data. This can be either done by uploading a csv file and actively creating a local provider

  For many customers budgeting is a key technique in their planning process. Usually a (top down) budgeting process comprises the action of setting a fixed budget (usually done by manager) and an action where

Over the time we have published a number of how to papers regarding the SAP planning solutions on top of SAP BW. Our latest planning solution BPC 10.1 Embedded relies on the techniques of PAK/BW-IP