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The annual InfoSol 2019 Dashboard Awards Now Open for Submission!

Dashboards continue to be the primary interface of most business intelligence solutions and the creativity and ingenuity just keeps getting better. The annual InfoSol Dashboard Awards is your chance to show your best BI dashboard solution and win one of the prestigious Best Dashboard Pyramid accolades. The Awards are open …

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Webinar: What’s New in SAP BI 4.2 SP6?

Join us in a fantastic in-depth look at what new features, enhancements and changes have been released in SAP BI 4.2 SP6. Adam Lange, A. Lange Consulting, will demonstrate and discuss the latest features in the new service pack when it comes to BusinessObjects Administration as well as report development …

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IBIS 2019 Call for Papers Open for Submission

IBIS 2019 Call to Papers

IBIS is the only annual conference completely dedicated to the BusinessObjects Community.  This is the place where you can learn how to get the most out of your BusinessObjects deployment, share best practices, experiences, ideas and where everyone “speaks BO”. It will be taking place June 17-19, 2019 in Carlsbad, …

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IBIS 2018: A BusinessObjects Love Affair

IBIS 2018: A BusinessObjects Love Affair

If you LOVE BusinessObjects, this is the conference for you! IBIS is the ONLY Dedicated, SAP BusinessObjects Conference on the Planet! IBIS is InfoSol’s premier BusinessObjects education and knowledge exchange event. It offers a wide variety of valuable learning experiences with many Business Intelligence oriented tracks, as well as hands-on sessions. All …

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How USPI Saved $900k Creating Its New Revenue Cycle Dashboard

After looking at the business operations, the senior vice president quickly realized the data and business intelligence tools he needed to give him visibility into the monthly and daily workings of the company were not available. The revenue department would have to query the many patient accounting systems individually, run …

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