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Dashboards and reports

Ken Coleman, American Red Cross

Gain practical advice from the American Red Cross on how to build semantic layers to support complex reports, dashboards, and structured Big Data. Based on real-world lessons using the information design tool (IDT) to create universes for its deployment of self-service BI to a portion of its 6,000 users nationwide, attendees will ... More »

Alan Mayer, Solid Ground Technologies

So many SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence techniques are introduced by new BI versions that users can’t possibly keep track of them all. This presentation will highlight some of the improvements you may not know about that have huge potential. Release the latent power behind your BI investment by mastering concepts that have been part of the BI toolset for years, and ... More »

Mico Yuk, BI Brainz

Still struggling to get your users to take action on your data? If so, then data storytelling is the answer. This fun session will give you a simple method to make your goals, KPIs, and metrics actionable in minutes. You can then take your new metrics and create a compelling data story and data visualization that will influence your users to take action. Attend this session to learn how to ... More »

JS Irick, TruQua Enterprises

Attend this session for an up-close look at the latest capabilities available from SAP for extending your current on-premise planning, reporting, and analysis processes to the cloud. During this session you will ... More »

Kermit Bravo, TruQua Enterprises

Attend this session to learn how SAP Lumira, discovery edition, enables self-service analytics by putting tremendous power into the hands of the business user in terms of capabilities, intuitiveness, connectivity options, user-friendliness, presentation, and sharing. Learn how to use SAP Lumira to acquire data from diverse data sources, prepare the data, and create visualizations in order to make meaningful decisions. Attend to ... More »

Alan Mayer, Solid Ground Technologies

Good report developers can create meaningful content that satisfies their audience. Great developers, though, can take someone else’s work and make it much better. This includes troubleshooting reports that don’t work at all, adhering to best practices to accelerate performance, and enhancing existing content by adding self-service capabilities. Attend this session and take the jump from good to great! By attending, you will ... More »

Mico Yuk, BI Brainz

Let’s face it — building great data visualizations takes way too long for most business users. That’s why you can benefit from using from using “The Ultimate BI Visual Quick Win” blueprint. After building 600+ data visualizations, we cut the fat out from the traditional IT-driven delivery process and narrowed it down to the most vital components you need to deliver a visual success. Attend this session to learn ... More »

Gregory Botticchio, SAP

Learn about new innovations delivered in SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence 4.2 SP06 and how they can be leveraged to empower your BI reporting and deliver new usages into your company. You will ... More »

Alan Mayer, Solid Ground Technologies

One of the greatest legacies of SAP BusinessObjects is its incredibly versatile universe semantic layer. That strength, though, can also be a weakness if those universes are too complex or have not been properly designed. This session challenges you to think outside the box — imagining a world where people can use SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence without the need of a semantic layer. This session allows you to take a different path to content development, one that may be more in line with your current self-service BI strategy. Attend to ... More »