Tableau Archives - InfoSol https://www.infosol.com/tag/tableau/ We're passionate about inspired business intelligence Tue, 06 Dec 2022 17:38:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.1.1 BusinessObjects Solid for the Next Decade and Beyond https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-solid-for-the-next-decade-and-beyond/ https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-solid-for-the-next-decade-and-beyond/#comments Tue, 06 Dec 2022 17:25:26 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=14206 This is usually the time of the year when people make predictions about the coming year. I have done this myself many times but, this year, I am going to make a prediction about the next 10 years. Here it is : “BusinessObjects will continue to thrive and remain the most solid BI reporting tool …

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This is usually the time of the year when people make predictions about the coming year. I have done this myself many times but, this year, I am going to make a prediction about the next 10 years.

Here it is :

“BusinessObjects will continue to thrive and remain the most solid BI reporting tool for the next 10 years and beyond”

It is not just the fact that SAP changed it’s BI and Analytics Statement of Direction in June this year and announced a 10-year plus roadmap for BusinessObjects which, by the way, is unprecedented among BI vendors, there is a lot more to support my prediction.

Firstly, Let’s take stock of the current BI landscape. While it is currently dominated by PowerBI and Tableau with efforts from Looker, Sisense and Thoughtspot to get some attention, I do not see any BI solution out there that is as capable as Web Intelligence or Crystal Reports for comprehensive BI reporting. Yes, organizations still run on paginated reporting – like it or not – it is reality.

As far as I am aware, Tableau has no plans to introduce paginated reporting and Microsoft has ported their SSRS (Reporting Services) tool to PowerBI to provide this capability. This is not widely used among PowerBI customers today and those that are using it are finding some challenges in recreating what they have in Web Intelligence and Crystal Reports.

Secondly, there is no simple and inexpensive way to replace Web Intelligence and Crystal Reports. You cannot migrate and conversion requires an enormous effort in resources and cost that it is almost better (and recommended in my opinion) to re-create in the new tool. If you are going to re-create, then you may as well go back to the business and re-define requirements and needs and build something better and more functional than exists today. That, of course, will be the most expensive option in terms of time, resources and cost.

Thirdly, the BusinessObjects product is not standing still. Even after 30 plus years, it continues to evolve and add exciting new functionality with no signs of that slowing down for the foreseeable future. Just look at some of the new features coming out with each service pack of the current BI 4.3. The new user interface, data profiling, improved dimension merging, using the semantic layer on top of any data source just to name a few. Also with the announcement of BI 2024 to be released after BI 4.3, we can be sure to see a lot more.

Some organizations have prematurely canceled maintenance on BusinessObjects only to come back and reinstate it a year or two later when they realize how costly it will be to replace it. Some believe that nobody is buying BusinessObjects any longer but we are seeing and implementing new deployments.

I cannot remember seeing so much demand for BusinessObjects and Crystal Reports consulting services in 2022 than in the last 7 years.

Having worked with the BusinessObjects product for more than 25 years, I could not be more excited about it’s future. It is a solid investment, a solid product and has a solid future.

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InfoSol and BusinessObjects Community Excited about New SAP Roadmap for BusinessObjects into the 2030’s https://www.infosol.com/infosol-and-businessobjects-community-excited-about-sap-new-roadmap-for-businessobjects-into-the-2030s/ https://www.infosol.com/infosol-and-businessobjects-community-excited-about-sap-new-roadmap-for-businessobjects-into-the-2030s/#respond Mon, 22 Aug 2022 17:00:48 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=14120 SAP Roadmap for BusinessObjects into 2030sSAP released a new Statement of Direction for its SAP Analytics offering focused on its BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform that clearly shows that the world’s most popular BI suite is here to stay for the next decade and beyond. InfoSol, a 25-year partner of BusinessObjects and SAP and a leading voice in the BusinessObjects Community, …

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SAP released a new Statement of Direction for its SAP Analytics offering focused on its BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform that clearly shows that the world’s most popular BI suite is here to stay for the next decade and beyond.

InfoSol, a 25-year partner of BusinessObjects and SAP and a leading voice in the BusinessObjects Community, expressed great excitement at the new direction. InfoSol CEO, Paul Grill, said, “This makes perfect sense and clearly puts BusinessObjects on a continued trajectory to remain the dominant BI reporting solution into the 2030’s”

As many BusinessObjects customers roll out the new BI 4.3 release with its all-new Web Intelligence user interface, SAP has announced a follow-on release to BI 4.3, code named BI 2024. Like BI 4.3, BI 2024 will fully support both on-premise and cloud deployments. This new version will focus on the most widely-used products in BusinessObjects namely, Web Intelligence, Crystal Reports, IDT Universes and the BI platform. The plan is for the new version to run on both Windows and Linux.

SAP states in the new Statement of Direction, “This new release will be an opportunity for us to continue the modernization started in version 4.3 (user experience, latest 3rd party components versions, JVM update) and streamline the BI suite by focusing on the core components while providing a clear migration path for unsupported ones”

With so many exciting new features coming in the current and future BI 4.3 service packs like new dimension merging capabilities, an amazing new data profiler, Webi as a data source, BI 2024 promises to offer even more goodies for BusinessObjects users.

InfoSol just recently held its annual in-person BusinessObjects conference, IBIS 2022, followed by it’s virtual Let’s Speak BO Experience annual event.

“There was a lot of excitement and positive feedback from the BusinessObjects community that the suite will continue to be both supported and enhanced for on-premise and cloud deployments”, remarked Paul Grill. “We do not expect to see customers moving to BI 2024 until at least 2025 and with BI 4.2 moving into Priority 1 support only at the end of this year, most customers will move to BI 4.3 in the next 12 months.”

Grill continued, “We estimate about 80% of BusinessObjects customers in North America use either Tableau or PowerBI and are not planning to change that state of co-existence for a while. They keep BusinessObjects for BI reporting and use either Tableau, PowerBI or both for data exploration, visualization and other BI functions. Most customers who have attempted to convert completely off BusinessObjects to Tableau or PowerBI have either failed, run out of budget or regretted the decision. Many canceled their maintenance on BusinessObjects only to reinstate it or purchase BusinessObjects again.

The simple truth is that BusinessObjects remains the best and most comprehensive Business Intelligence reporting solution on the planet and, with this new announcement from SAP, looks to stay that way for the next decade and beyond.”

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BusinessObjects Looking Bright and Solid for 2022 https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-looking-bright-and-solid-for-2022/ https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-looking-bright-and-solid-for-2022/#respond Thu, 17 Mar 2022 23:56:13 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=13982 BusinessObjects Looking Bright and Solid for 2022Well, here we are almost two years into the COVID-19 pandemic and what have we learned from a Business Intelligence standpoint? One thing for sure is that we cannot rely on incomplete or inaccurate data for creating predictive models that make any sense. Also, most organizations had no way to handle or found themselves falling …

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BusinessObjects Looking Bright and Solid for 2022

Well, here we are almost two years into the COVID-19 pandemic and what have we learned from a Business Intelligence standpoint?

One thing for sure is that we cannot rely on incomplete or inaccurate data for creating predictive models that make any sense.

Also, most organizations had no way to handle or found themselves falling short handling the unpredictability of the effects of the pandemic – from staff shortages, to supply chain issues to work from home to lockdowns and school closures.

Yet, Business Intelligence has played and continues to play a critical role in all aspects of the pandemic and the two areas that have been most heavily used are BI Reporting and BI Dashboards.

With a deficit of time, resources and budget, many organizations have fallen back to their tried, trusted, and operational Business Intelligence tools to deliver critical reports and information to the right people in the right format at the right time. For a huge number of these organizations that has meant BusinessObjects Web Intelligence and Crystal Reports.

BusinessObjects Coexistence

Yes, many of the dashboards have ended up in Tableau or PowerBI but often the engine behind them and the tool churning out those BI reports is BusinessObjects.

This state of co-existence for the vast majority of BusinessObjects customers is now the norm with between 80 to 85% of them using BusinessObjects alongside either Tableau or PowerBI. I am yet to see a new BI tool for BI reporting that has the maturity and comprehensive capabilities of either BusinessObjects Web Intelligence or Crystal Reports. Those customers I have seen that are determined to move off BusinessObjects and Crystal Reports have spent enormous amounts of resources, time and cost (pre-pandemic) only to either come back to BusinessObjects or are now using Excel as their reporting tool – which is not ideal.

BI 4.3 SP02 Release

BusinessObjects BI 4.3 SP02 was released last December, and many customers are planning to upgrade to it this year. With its new increased productivity HTML5 User Interface for both desktop and mobile, new capabilities to use Web Intelligence as a data source, OData connectivity, data enrichment and a boat load more, BusinessObjects continues to have so much to offer in the BI reporting and analytic space. BI 4.3 will be the BusinessObjects release for this decade with at least 4 or 5 more service packs planned to be available on an annual basis.

BusinessObjects in the Cloud

A few BusinessObjects customers have moved to the cloud but most are taking their time and it looks like it will be a gradual shift.  It really only makes sense to move BusinessObjects to the cloud when the majority of data sources it accesses are in the cloud. See previous blog BusinessObjects in the Cloud – No Big Rush and No Big Deal

So the upshot of all this is that the future of BusinessObjects looks very bright and very solid for not just 2022 but many years beyond. This is exactly the sentiment I conveyed in a recent Let’s SpeakBO webinar entitled BusinessObjects as Part of BI Strategy for the Next Decade which included many case studies of both BusinessObjects co-existence and customers purchasing BusinessObjects for the first time.

BusinessObjects Conferences and Events in 2022

BusinessObjects Knowledge Exchange Events

As a BusinessObjects solutions provider, InfoSol has seen more BusinessObjects activity in the first two months of this year than any of the previous five.  We have just announced both IBIS 2022 and the Speak BO Experience 2022 and are planning multiple BusinessObjects regional user group meetings throughout the year.

There’s a lot happening in the BusinessObjects community and all positive. Yes, it is looking very bright indeed.

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What can InfoBurst Tab do for you? https://www.infosol.com/what-can-infoburst-tab-can-do-for-you/ https://www.infosol.com/what-can-infoburst-tab-can-do-for-you/#respond Thu, 04 Jun 2020 20:40:53 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=7983 Leverage the power of BusinessObjects and Tableau.

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Visit Us at Booth #632 at TC19 in Las Vegas https://www.infosol.com/infosol-showing-off-new-functionalities-to-businessobjects-and-tableau-integration-at-tc19-nov-12-15/ https://www.infosol.com/infosol-showing-off-new-functionalities-to-businessobjects-and-tableau-integration-at-tc19-nov-12-15/#respond Mon, 07 Oct 2019 20:17:21 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=8326 InfoSol TC19 Conference InfoBurst Tab Feature ImageInfoSol is once again sponsoring the Tableau Annual Conference #Data19. The conference is set to be held at Las Vegas, NV November 12-15, 2019. Make sure to drop by for demos and giveaways at booth #632! You don’t want to miss out on exciting demonstrations of the InfoBurst Tab solution and the latest enhancements to …

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InfoSol is once again sponsoring the Tableau Annual Conference #Data19. The conference is set to be held at Las Vegas, NV November 12-15, 2019. Make sure to drop by for demos and giveaways at booth #632!

You don’t want to miss out on exciting demonstrations of the InfoBurst Tab solution and the latest enhancements to InfoBurst Tab, which provides users with a slick integration between BusinessObjects and Tableau. This year, in addition to being able to automatically schedule, burst, and publish Web Intelligence content directly into Tableau Data Extracts and schedule/burst the derived Tableau Workbooks, the latest release brings even MORE integrative features such as the ability to automatically publish Tableau workbooks and dashboards into PNG and PDF file formats and deliver them to a variety of different destinations!

You will also want to learn about exciting key features InfoBurst Tab has to offer such as combining Web Intelligence/SQL output with Tableau Dashboards in a single PDF, event based refreshing in Tableau, and dynamic Tableau project creation on server.

“We are super excited to be sponsoring and exhibiting at this year’s Tableau conference.” said Paul Grill, InfoSol, CEO, “Many BusinessObjects customers are already using our integration solutions that really allow them to leverage their BusinessObjects investment in Tableau as well as enhance their BI content publishing capabilities and we are looking forward to meeting many more that we can help”

In addition to the demos, there will be plenty happening at the InfoSol booth with great giveaways and a raffle, so be sure to stop by booth #632!

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How McKesson Uses InfoBurst Tab to Automatically Refresh a Tableau Workbook from a Webi Report https://www.infosol.com/how-mckesson-uses-infoburst-tab-to-automatically-refresh-a-tableau-workbook-from-a-webi-report/ https://www.infosol.com/how-mckesson-uses-infoburst-tab-to-automatically-refresh-a-tableau-workbook-from-a-webi-report/#respond Fri, 27 Sep 2019 21:45:37 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=8310 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 this one on one interview …

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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 this one on one interview that covers how they leveraged their BusinessObjects data to feed Tableau dashboards.

You can find more details about InfoBurst Tab at infosol.com/iBtab.

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BusinessObjects Users Advancing Toward What Will Be https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-users-advancing-toward-what-will-be/ https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-users-advancing-toward-what-will-be/#respond Mon, 08 Jul 2019 22:24:51 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=8170 The BusinessObjects community gathering at IBIS 2019 was totally amazing and, once again, walked away with the “Best IBIS Ever” accolade. Over 50 attendees pre-registered for IBIS 2020 during the conference itself! I experienced so many eye-opening presentations, inspiring sessions and great conversations that I was not sure where to start with this blog to condense it …

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The BusinessObjects community gathering at IBIS 2019 was totally amazing and, once again, walked away with the “Best IBIS Ever” accolade. Over 50 attendees pre-registered for IBIS 2020 during the conference itself!

I experienced so many eye-opening presentations, inspiring sessions and great conversations that I was not sure where to start with this blog to condense it all down to the main takeaways. I was saved by my running journal whose quote for the week from Khalil Gibran said it perfectly:

“Progress lies not in enhancing what is but in advancing toward what will be.”

The theme of IBIS 2019 was “What does flying look like.” The content and tone of the conference clearly showed that it is by advancing toward new Business Intelligence technologies and methodologies while leveraging and integrating what we have that we can make progress and fly.

The opening keynote included three very cool demonstrations on “Advancing toward what will be”.

The first showed some of the new features coming with the next exciting release of BusinessObjects, BI 4.3. The new HTML5 user interface revolutionizes both the power and capabilities of interacting with Web Intelligence reports. It also opens up the opportunity to bring in a whole new self-service audience to using the ad-hoc query and analysis capabilities of Webi as well as consume intuitive Webi dashboards. In addition, BI 4.3 brings its powerful semantic layer to the Webi document so you can create a new data model based on existing objects (dimensions, measures, variables) from an existing Webi document to use as a source for other Webi documents.

The second demonstration showed some fascinating integration capabilities between BusinessObjects and Tableau. With an estimated 45% of BusinessObjects customers now using Tableau, the demo showed how you can schedule, burst and intelligently publish a Web Intelligence document to a Tableau Hyper extract. Then, a quick Tableau dashboard visualization with a map of the US was built from the Hyper and the States were linked back to another Web intelligence report. So, as you clicked on each State in the Tableau dashboard, it would bring up detailed related Webi data in another component on the dashboard. The demo concluded with publishing a PDF of combined Tableau dashboard and Webi report snapshots burst for each individual State going to that State’s regional director. All done with the new InfoBurst Tab.

The third demonstration was showing a new Visualization and Dashboard tool called Squirrel that is being developed as a follow-on to Xcelsius. It has been designed so that an existing Xcelsius designer can use it without additional training. The demo clearly showed this along with its built-in conversion utility to convert existing Xcelsius dashboards (XLF) into the new Squirrel format.

All three solutions generated a lot of excitement during the rest of the conference and clearly show that BusinessObjects users have a lot to be happy about right now.

There was also a lot of discussion about Cloud, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. While new BI tools and solutions are cloud based and incorporating AI, the integration and transition to get there is still evolving. This requires a separate blog as do many of the other amazing topics discussed.

IBIS 2020 is in June next year by which time BI 4.3 will be released, BusinessObjects and Tableau co-existence will have evolved even further and Xcelsius users will be going nuts over Squirrel. Progress indeed.

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BusinessObjects and PowerBI May Lead to Hair Loss https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-and-powerbi-may-lead-to-hair-loss/ https://www.infosol.com/businessobjects-and-powerbi-may-lead-to-hair-loss/#respond Fri, 19 Apr 2019 16:32:34 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=8021 There has been a lot of talk and hype about PowerBI in the last couple of years. Some of that has been fueled by the infamous Gartner BI Magic Quadrants which, once again, seem to be out of touch with the reality on the ground. With more than 40% of BusinessObjects customers in the US …

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There has been a lot of talk and hype about PowerBI in the last couple of years. Some of that has been fueled by the infamous Gartner BI Magic Quadrants which, once again, seem to be out of touch with the reality on the ground.

With more than 40% of BusinessObjects customers in the US co-existing with Tableau, we are now seeing an increase in BO customers moving towards PowerBI. While PowerBI can co-exist with BusinessObjects, it is not as good a match as Tableau.

If we compare the core functionality of Tableau and PowerBI from the standpoint of a self-service data discovery and visualization tool, they have comparable functionality but that’s really where the similarities end. Whereas Tableau is a true Business Intelligence tool built for business users, PowerBI is more of a tool built for IT programmers that can be used by business users. There are a lot of different pieces with the PowerQuery editor doing the data manipulation using the M language (something else to learn) while the DAX (Data Analytics eXpressions) language is used in PowerBI itself. It takes time to master and there is a lot of infrastructure and support required (something even Gartner warns about).

In fact, I have noticed that when making a decision between Tableau and PowerBI, if the initiative is driven by the business they almost always pick Tableau but if the initiative is driven by IT, they tend to favor PowerBI.

Then there is the cost factor. Most organizations looking at the two tools think that PowerBI is a lot less expensive than Tableau but that is really not true when you look at the total cost of ownership. While the PowerBI desktop developer version is usually free with customers owning Microsoft Enterprise licensing, the Pro edition is not and nor are the viewer run-times once you deploy your dashboards and applications. In addition, there are many hidden costs in terms of services to set up and maintain the PowerBI environment and publishing license fees and add-ons for mapping to match Tableau’s built-in capabilities and a lot more.

I recently spoke to a large BusinessObjects manufacturing and retail customer who did a comparison between Tableau and PowerBI. They said they had the Tableau server installed, configured and operational for the POC in just 2 hours. Meanwhile they spent a month in discussions with Microsoft and their partner to get the equivalent PowerBI server environment in place and then it still did not work!

But I digress. The real issue is integration with BusinessObjects. While I have described the co-existence  of BusinessObjects and Tableau like the romance between Romeo and Juliette, I look at the co-existence of BusinessObjects and PowerBI as the romance between Samson and Delilah. Of course, BusinessObjects is the powerful strong Samson and Delilah is the seductive and manipulative PowerBI.  Delilah is dead set on finding out the secret to Samson’s strength and when he finally succumbs to her wily ways and tells her its his hair, she shaves it all off and Samson is captured, blinded and imprisoned by his enemies.

Microsoft is not a BI company. They are a software company and only a slice of their business is BI but nowhere near the main slice. They have very successfully captured market segments by either giving away their software for free or a very low price and once they have enough organizations locked in, they charge more and more. By this stage it is difficult and expensive to move to an alternative solution. More importantly, we have seen Microsoft make forays into the BI space before and then not follow through with compatible, upgradable solutions or start something new.

BusinessObjects customers co-existing with Tableau or PowerBI are continuing to use BusinessObjects for BI reporting. The data discovery and visualization features of Tableau complement BusinessObjects very nicely since Tableau does not have a built-in reporting tool and with integration solutions like InfoBurst Tab you can leverage BusinessObjects in Tableau. PowerBI is not quite as complimentary to BusinessObjects and Microsoft would rather see BusinessObjects customers replace their BI reporting with their SSRS tool. Apart from being costly, this would be like taking a step backwards for most BusinessObjects customers.

If you are a BuinessObjects customer looking at PowerBI, I suggest you do a proof-of-concept first and fully investigate the total cost of ownership over 2 or 3 years. Otherwise you could end up having your hair shaved off!

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InfoBurst Tab- Get More Value Out of Tableau! https://www.infosol.com/infoburst-tab-get-more-value-out-of-tableau/ https://www.infosol.com/infoburst-tab-get-more-value-out-of-tableau/#respond Thu, 18 Oct 2018 21:56:44 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=7743 Schedule, Burst, Publish, Cache with Tableau and more

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InfoBurst + Tableau – Seamless Integration Between BusinessObjects and Tableau https://www.infosol.com/infoburst-tableau-a-romeo-and-juliet-story/ Wed, 10 Oct 2018 23:56:38 +0000 https://www.infosol.com/?p=7255 InfoBurst TabLeverage the power of BusinessObjects with Tableau. InfoBurst Tab provides interoperability with BusinessObjects reports and Tableau.

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Leverage the power of BusinessObjects with Tableau. InfoBurst Tab provides interoperability with BusinessObjects reports and Tableau.

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