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Denver BusinessObjects User Group Meeting – November 16, 2012

In partnership with Michael Ward from Creative Technology and Training Solutions, InfoSol will present at the upcoming Denver BusinessObjects™ User Group Meeting on Friday, November 16, 2012.

Attendance is free, however; we do ask that you register for count purposes.

 

Location

Louisville Public Library
951 Spruce Street
Louisville, CO 80027
(303) 335-4849
 
http://library.louisvilleco.gov/ABOUT/DirectionsMaps/tabid/102/Default.aspx
Free underground parking at the Library.  Sign In/Out at the 1st Floor Information Desk

 

Agenda

10:00 – 10:30 am   Registration

Registration and Complimentary Continental Breakfast

 

10:30 – 11:30 am   Inspired Business Intelligence 2.0

InfoSol: Paul Grill

While Business Intelligence looks at what is known to solve problems, Inspired Business Intelligence sees beyond what is known to discover amazing things. Inspired people generate inspired ideas and solutions that, in turn, inspire remarkable outcomes.  Inspired Business Intelligence 2.0 is a collection of award winning BI applications developed using SAP BusinessObjects products that are sure to inspire you. They include BI dashboard and mobile solutions and will be demonstrated live.

 

11:30 am – 12:30 pm    WebIntelligence™ 3.0 vs WebIntelligence 4.0

Creative Technology & Training Solutions:  Michael Ward

This presentation will provide an in-depth comparison of both what is similar and what is different between v3 and v4.  Included in this presentation is a in-depth look at the Portal (BI Workspace), Query Panel, and Report Viewer.   There will be a heavy concentration on the Report Viewer.

 

12:30  – 1:30 pm   Lunch (on your own)

 

1:30 – 2:30 pm   Write Back Dashboards

InfoSol:  Paul Grill

While Business Intelligence tools are traditionally read only,  the amazing popularity and versatility of Xcelsius dashboards has led to some interesting applications where the dashboard is also used for data capture and input purposes. This session will demonstrate real world case studies of companies that have developed and are using Xcelsius dashboards to capture information and write it back to databases.  The possibilities for write back applications with Xcelsius create a whole new paradigm for business intelligence solutions.

 

2:30 – 3:15 pm   Advanced Cross Tables for WebIntelligence™ 4.0

Creative Technology & Training Solutions: Michael Ward

This presentation will include an in-depth look at how to create simple to complex Cross Tables in   WebIntelligence™ 4.0.  It will include how to use Turn Into, Templates and how to apply reporting functions to Cross Tables.  It will also include a section on how to format Cross Tables.

 

3:15 – 3:30 pm   Break

 

3:30 – 4:30 pm   2012 BI Mobile Landscape – What’s Real?

InfoSol: Paul Grill

As the landscape for mobile business intelligence solutions for SAP BusinessObjects users’ changes rapidly, more companies are moving from the “toe in the water” stage to actually paddling in the water with both feet!  There are many choices of solutions – some leverage existing investments in BusinessObjects infrastructure and development, while others require completely new design and development. Some use streaming technology and render content on the mobile device without changes and some are developed natively for the mobile device taking full advantage of the device technology and integrating seamlessly with other native mobile applications.  This session delivered 100% from an iPad cuts through the marketing hype and shows the different mobile BI solution choices that are real and work with SAP BusinessObjects in action so you can compare them side by side.

 

4:30 pm   Networking / Q&A / Wrap-up / Door Prizes

 

Register At: michaelward@cttsbi.com or (586) 677-8300

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