Transitioning to SAP Datasphere with SAP BW Bridge

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  1. Case Study: Moving Analytics and Data Warehousing to the Cloud – An early adopter’s perspective

    With the introduction of SAP Data Warehouse Cloud (DWC) SAP customers have a new option for building a scalable, flexible, and open native cloud data warehouse solution that integrates with existing SAP Business Warehouse (BW) and SAP Analytics Cloud implementations. Businesses using SAP DWC as a virtual data integration layer can connect to a broad…
  2. Transforming SAP Ariba Data into Business-ready Data with Precog

    Organizations employing SAP Ariba for procurement often find its native analytics and reporting tools insufficient for conducting advanced data analysis, which is crucial in the modern data-driven environment. Precog addresses this gap by facilitating complex data analysis beyond the capabilities of standard Ariba tools. It enables the transfer of data from SAP Ariba into various…
  3. 5 Ways SAP Data Warehouse Cloud Can Enhance Executive Decision-making

    In today’s data-driven business landscape, integrating digital solutions has become crucial to maintaining a competitive edge. However, implementing new technologies can be daunting due to the associated high costs and potential issues with accessibility and scalability. The advent of cloud-based SaaS technology has revolutionized business operations, providing quick deployment and easy access via a web…
  4. Strategy and Execution: Closing the Gap

    SAP Datasphere goes beyond what was enabled by SAP DWC with source data neutrality and data ecosystem partnerships in a three-tier construct that is similar to competitor offerings with data consumption tier, or “front end” of the data story that enables business users to access, analyze, and visualize data; a platform tier, including SAP Datasphere…
  5. Enabling a Data Fabric that Links Strategy to Execution

    Many organizations are slowly beginning to realize the fact that they have a significant gap between their data strategy and execution. Disparate landscapes and varied business user requirements to reactive approaches in addressing specific, high-value needs can make it difficult for organizations to meet their business objectives. In this article, we will explore how SAP…
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    Transitioning to SAP Datasphere with SAP BW Bridge

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    SAP Datasphere is the next generation SAP Data Warehouse Cloud (DWC) offering a comprehensive data service built on SAP BTP and provides seamless and scalable access to business data with business context and logic intact. SAP Datasphere allows for data cataloging, data integration, semantic modeling, data federation, data virtualization and analytics capabilities in one single…
  7. Working with SAP Group Reporting S/4HANA Finance 2022/2021

    Solutions like Group Reporting are long-term investments on which improvements are continuously made, unlike products that are in support mode and receive no maintenance support when they reach the end of their life cycle. In this article, you will explore the key functionalities of SAP Group Reporting and the recent new additions to it. This…
  8. Automating Your Financial Consolidation Process Using Automatic Jobs and Job Templates

    Consolidating data can be difficult, as users must take time to validate its quality. This process can be made more difficult in complex environments and organizations. One of the top tools at the disposal of SAP users for this process is SAP S/4HANA Group Reporting. The product allows users to created automatic jobs and templates…
  9. Turn Any-Sized Data Volume into Business Value: Discover the Power of SAP Data Warehouse Cloud

    Data volumes today are growing exponentially due to the various ways that data is being produced. SAP customers are being inundated with information as more and more data is arriving into hybrid environments of on-premise and cloud systems from various ERP solutions, data lakes, customer feedback via mobile apps, and social media interactions, to name…