Thursday 11th September 2008 - 9:30am - 9:30am

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Daniel Bannister from SAP will present Enterprise Information Management, covering how the business Objects EIM suite (Enterprise Information Management) can be used to enhance SAP BW with easy-to-use ETL, data quality and metadata management tools.

Shin Shawney and Lee Brown of Capgemini will be presenting Synergising SAP BI and Business Objects.WithSAP's BI Roadmapnow well developed, how should your organisation respond practically to take advantage of the opportunities the Business Objects toolset presents. Learn more about these opportunities, typical use cases for the extended toolset and also gain an appreciation of the new paradigms within which you, as SAP BI consumers, now operate. Help to answer questions like

  • Why should we care - what does this really mean to us?
  • What do we need to do to leverage both the SAP BI and Business
  • Objects toolsnow and in the future?
  • How do we future proof our investment in SAP BI?

Craig Dale of the SAP UK & Ireland User Group will deliver SAP User Group Conference Update, to include the latest programme information and details on the SAP User GroupConference in November.

Paul Atkinheadof the BBC andMichael Lescun of BOC (Lunde Group),will beorganising a number of Break Out Sessions, exploring how organisations are implementing BI and whether BI is living up to expectation.Discussing how are you striking a balance between BI hype with practical knowledge and experience?

John Magid of Capgemini will be presenting BI Performance Optimising Tools, Techniques and Considerations. This session will explore the challenges, changes and developments in BI usage and technology that influence system performance. It will go on to look at how these factors impact performance and finally to position the various tools and strategies available to address individual performance problems. Relevant industry examples will be used to provide context to the various tools and techniques.

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