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Tammy Powlas

This was an SAP webcast given yesterday. Please note the notes are my own and the recording is not yet available.  Previous recordings can be found here.  Other analytics product webinars from SAP Product Management

SAP provided this webcast earlier in the month.  As always items covered are subject to change: Source: SAP Source: SAP This is the “big” slide of news for 2.5.  EAC means Early Adopter Care With

The SAP TechEd session catalog went live last week, and it is a great time to be planning to attend SAP TechEd Las Vegas in September.  In 2011, SAP’s Gail Moody-Bird gave me an “SCN

The BI + Analytics Conference will be in Nashville in less than two months (August 7-9).  This year Eventful Conferences is producing the event.  It will be the 10th year ASUG has held this event;

    Back in 2014 we surveyed ASUG Virginia Chapter members and the number 2 location they wanted to meet in was Washington D.C., also known as District of Columbia or “our nation’s capital”.  I

Chris Kernaghan kicked off today’s call. Recording is available here Chris said they are trying to organize a SAP Inside Track Paris, contact sapmentors at sap.com Open call for community sessions for SAP TechEd Barcelona –

SAP offers the opportunity influence innovations for next releases through the influence program Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI).  This is the second CEI cycle in 2017. What innovations are there? You can register for several projects.

As of last week the ASUG BI community/special interest groups have held 32 webcasts for the year 2017.  It is always good to take a step back and review what has happened, what ASUG members

Analysis Office 2.5 is in Early Adopter Care, formerly known as “ramp-up”. You can review the What’s New guide in the SAP Help too. SAP Analytics Cloud You can now consume native SAP Analytics Cloud models

Today SAP (Jie Deng, Ramu Gowda) provided an ASUG webcast on SAP Lumira 2.0 As usual, the disclaimer applies that things in the future are subject to change. I won’t repeat the slides I’ve seen