SAP BusinessObjects Cloud is SAP’s cloud-based application for enterprise-wide analytics. The cloud brings a whole new paradigm to an implementation: Users can perform analytics on disparate data sources on-the-fly; users can visualize data in ways one would never imagine; customers can deploy analytical and planning models to users with no footprint; users can consume data on mobile devices and can complete user training in the cloud.
Learn what it takes to implement a cloud solution like Implementation of SAP BusinessObjects Cloud. What are the questions we should ask of customers? What are the implementation steps? Where do we find help and support? What are the options to integrate data? What are the best practices?
In this free course, you’ll learn best practice approaches to implementing Implementation of SAP BusinessObjects Cloud. SAP will offer advice, illustrations, and demonstrations of how to maximize your investment in Implementation of SAP BusinessObjects Cloud.
Please note: This course is an ideal way to prepare for SAP Digital Boardroom in a Nutshell.
Basic understanding of analytics and/or planning
该课程自6月06日 到 7月05日 开设.
Mark P. Burke is a product owner in the Scale, Enablement, and Transformation (SET) group at SAP Labs. With a focus on Enterprise Performance Management, he is the owner of a top-10 best practice solution, as measured by downloads over the past 3 years from SAP customers and partners.
Mark was an SAP customer for almost 10 years before joining SAP seven years ago. He spent his first three years at SAP as an architect in North America and has an MBA in Finance.
Sreedhar Muthuramalingam is a product owner in the Scale, Enablement, and Transformation group at SAP Labs. He is currently an owner of SAP Best Practices solutions in the Business Intelligence, Big Data, and SAP S/4HANA Analytics space.
Sreedhar joined SAP in 2012 after working with SAP products for over 20 years, both as a customer and partner. He has many years of experience with analytics and integration topics, and is excited to see analytics heading into the cloud.