Using Financial Analytics to Unlock Data Insights

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  1. Brüggen Leverages Old with New for Forecast Optimization

    H. & J. Brüggen KG (Brüggen), a family-owned, privately held company in Lübeck, Germany, that produces private label cereals and muesli bars, underwent a supply chain management transformation that began in 2008 and continues to evolve as the company expands its product offerings and global reach. Martin Gries, Head of Supply Chain for Brüggen, says…

  2. Realizing Value from your Cloud & SAP Journeys

    SAP customers have increasingly utilized non-SAP cloud software to bolster their overall technology stack. Unleashing the total value of the data in these systems faster than your competitors is crucial. There are significant incentives to blending data across ERP and cloud deployments, including moving from basic reporting to predictive and prescriptive analytics, when combining all…

  3. Financial Analytics as a Strategic Business Asset

    A curiosity is driving finance leaders to learn how automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning can elevate the finance function and with it, the company’s entire analytics strategy. At the heart of this desire is data. This article explores how modernization and financial analytics can work together to help the finance department deliver value…

  4. SAP BI Product Convergence Update: What’s Happening Today, What is Coming Next, and What Does It Mean for You?

    SAP’s BI suite continues its course of ongoing product advancements, and there are significant new product releases on the very near horizon. With the pending SP4 release of SAP BI 4.2 due to impact the full BI suite, and the major new release of SAP BusinessObjects Lumira 2.0 (where SAP BusinessObjects Lumira and SAP BusinessObjects Design…...…

  5. Migrating to the Newest Version of SAP Lumira

    What are the best practices for mapping your migration path from SAP Lumira 1.X and SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio 1.X to the newest version of SAP Lumira? Based on multiple SAP Lumira 2.0 implementations, and involvement in the early adopter program,  Abhishek Jain shared practical recommendations for planning your move to SAP Lumira.  Read the…...…

  6. 8 Tips for Building Efficient BEx Queries for SAP BusinessObjects

    After the acquisition of Business Objects, SAP has increased the integration between SAP NetWeaver BW and SAP BusinessObjects very quickly. However, some challenges with regard to performance still remain. Find out how you can improve the usability of BEx queries with SAP BusinessObjects to increase report performance. Key Concept To analyze a dataset in SAP…...…

  7. Automatically Update Charts and Tables in PowerPoint with SAP BusinessObjects Analysis

    SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition for Microsoft Office allows you to connect Microsoft PowerPoint and SAP NetWeaver BW. This connectivity enables users to insert SAP NetWeaver BW data directly into a PowerPoint presentation. You can create a PowerPoint presentation that is fed from SAP NetWeaver BW, without using a universe. Key Concept SAP BusinessObjects Analysis, edition…...…

  8. Analytics Is the Key to Efficient Application Delivery

    New business intelligence (BI) technologies enable companies to harness and drive insights from vast amounts of customer data. But external data isn’t the only resource companies can draw on. Internal data, such as system performance data, is also a vital source of insights that companies can use to increase efficiency and agility. Learn how you…

  9. Change Data Capture 101: What Works Best – and Why

    Modern data analytics have the potential to reinvent your business. But to take advantage, IT has to reinvent how they move, store and process data. And integration is a big challenge. Traditional, manual processes can’t meet today’s data demands – but modern, automated technology can. Download this eBook for an overview of change data capture…

  10. Democratizing AI Within Your Supply Chain Leadership

    By Kumar Singh, Research Director, Automation & Analytics, SAPinsider   Supply Chains may never become fully autonomous but…. Supply chains of the future will be increasingly driven by algorithms. Key planning processes will be significantly automated and managed by Algorithms. In a nutshell, supply chains of the future will be part of mathematical corporations -corporations…