In previous BI SIGs we have focused on exploring the closer integration between SAP Business Warehouse and SAP BusinessObjects. The focus of the May BI SIG will be more specifically on the capabilities of a selection of the SAP BusinessObjects products.
Learn more about SAP BusinessObjects through presentations that demonstrate the practical application of some of the product portfolio such as Xcelsuis, Business Planning and Consolidation and BusinessObjects reporting. In order to understand the future direction of this product set SAP will also provide an update on the roadmap of their latest products.
Kevin Hardawar and Stephen Horrocks from Atos Origin will present Clarity: A Technical Overview. An implementation of SAP BusinessObjects and SAP Business Planning and Consolidation has transformed the financial processes at Atos Origin. Consolidation has transformed the financial processes at Atos Origin. Learn how Dashboards (Xclesius), Reporting (BusinessObjects), Forecasting (SAP BPC) and Data Warehousing (SAP BW7) have been used to establish a best in class management information system that will be rolled out globally within the organisation.
Mathew Shaw from SAP will deliver a BI Roadmap Update. This session will give an overivew of the Business Intelligence Roadmap incorporating the current, mid-term and long-term plans.
Giles Peacey and Asam Salim from Atos Origin will present a session on Intelligent Sustainability. Sustainability is moving rapidly up the CxO agenda, but without adequate performance management and business intelligence technology in place, it is impossible to measure the success or failure of your initiatives. Hear how the Intelligent Sustainability solution
provides the data management and analytical tools to drive sustainable performance throughout the organisation.
Craig Dale from the SAP User Group will give an update on the 2010 Conference.
Ramesh Hariharan and Syed Jafri from IBM will present Integrated Planning with BPC 7.0 NW at Coats. IBM GBS have been building up extensive SAP BPC capabilities since SAP's acquisition of Outlooksoft in 2007. By implementing SAP Business Planning and Consolidation (SAP BPC) with several clients, the Total Cost of Ownership of their business functions could be lowered considerably and processes were stream-lined intensively.
In this session, IBM will present a case study, which shows how the implementation of SAP BPC 7.0 (NW) at Coats, provided them with an effective integrated Sales, Production, and Finance planning environment.
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