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Highlighted Session: How Dashboards are Helping International Trade in Renewable Fuel that Replaces Coal in Power Generation

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This presentation will discuss a well-proven and already deployed strategy for decarbonizing part of the power generation sector.  International trade in wood pellet fuel produced from sustainable sources that is used for power generation was almost 23 million metric tonnes in 2021.  This presentation will be complimented by an interactive …

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Key Takeaways from the January 4th ‘Solving Business Problems with BusinessObjects’ Webinar

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Did you miss our January 4th webinar Solving Business Problems with BusinessObjects? We have a quick summary of the webinar with the webinar presenters’ key takeaways from their session. Here is the webinar overview: Using Business Objects for finance reporting has been around for decades, but have you considered using …

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Customizing Report Content Using Input Controls and Conditional Formatting

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Many business users require similar report content with minor formatting differences.  Rather than create individual, customized reports for each business user the report writer can leverage input controls and conditional formatting to put the power of customization back into the hands of the business users. Below is a sample of …

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How McKesson Uses InfoBurst Tab to Automatically Refresh a Tableau Workbook from a Webi Report

What if you took the world’s most used Business Intelligence suite, BusinessObjects, and the world’s leading Business Intelligence self-service data discovery and visualization tool, Tableau, and found a way to bring them together to make the world’s most awesome Business Intelligence offering? You can learn how McKesson did just that, in …

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