Change is coming for SAP BusinessObjects users in the shape of SAP BI 4.3 – due to be generally available in the next few months (ie, early to mid 2020). This is the first major 4.x release since 4.2 in early 2016. 4 years is a long time in software development, let alone politics, so there will be some big opportunities to grasp and a few challenges to meet. Continue reading SAP BI 4.3 is Coming ... Are You Ready?
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Many SAP BusinessObjects users work with universes that are supplied by 3rd-party companies, and I have come across this most often with councils and social care teams. Companies and systems like LiquidLogic, CoreLogic/Servelec/Mosaic, SWIFT, Frameworki and Northgate provide end-users with SAP BusinessObjects universes that allow reports to be created from their databases. Continue reading Linked Universe
At it’s very simplest, Business Intelligence (BI) is the collection and visualisation of data to help organisations make decisions. You can make each part of that process as simple or as complex as you’d like, or need, but ultimately it’s the same when you boil it down. Continue reading Qlik v Microsoft Excel
Use Integration Services Environments to Set Multiple Values with a Single Selection when Scheduling SSIS Packages Continue reading Integration Services Catalog Environment