Business Intelligence

Get 2020 off to a good start - 8 reasons you should migrate to the new SAP BI 4.3

Get 2020 off to a good start - 8 reasons you should migrate to the new SAP BI 4.3

“Knowledge is power,'' as the saying goes, and this is particularly true in an industry where change is not the exception, but the norm. When new updates to mission critical software are on the horizon, you should be aware of new features and improvements ahead of time to plan your migration.

AN APPROACH TO SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE LINKED UNIVERSES IN PRACTICE

AN APPROACH TO SAP BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE LINKED UNIVERSES IN PRACTICE

Sometimes, the client has to make modular structures to satisfy the needs of each department separately, but when the necessity for mixed information between departments appears, joining such modules is a requirement. The response to this problem is Linked Universes.

Customer success story - migration to the latest and greatest version of SAP BI Platform

Customer success story - migration to the latest and greatest version of SAP BI Platform

By general rule, every 6 months we can expect a new version of the traditional on-premise SAP BI Platform, which comes with enhanced functionalities. In a world where everything moves to the cloud, for those customers that still want to leverage their current on-premise investments and aren't eager to see their data flying through the internet, a basic upgrade could be the ideal solution.

Discover SAP Lumira 2.0: The revolutionary BI workspace linking IT and business.

Clariba and SAP Spain presented the new Lumira 2.0 in a hands-on workshop in Barcelona to a group of leading Spanish organizations. With Lumira 2.0, SAP aims to democratize and extend the use of advanced analytics for decision-making across all levels within the organisation.

Introducing Clariba SAP BusinessObjects BI Benchmark Solution: Measuring the performance of your SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform

Introducing Clariba SAP BusinessObjects BI Benchmark Solution: Measuring the performance of your SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform

As SAP Analytics expert partners, we felt the need to develop an internal tool to help us measure a SAP BI server’s performance when handling more and more data and more and more users. We needed to scientifically and objectively measure SAP BI performance and benchmark it against other servers or after server tuning. The result are the Clariba SAP Business Intelligence Benchmarks

Top 10 Reasons to Move Business Intelligence to the Cloud

1.    Capital-expenditure Free

No need for costly in-house infrastructure makes it attractive for business owners — a low-risk venture with great reward potential. Businesses can take advantage of the fact that a cloud-based BI solution reduces the capital expenditure as there is no hardware or infrastructure to set up. 

Clariba Receives Certification for SAP Recognized Expertise in Business Intelligence within Spain

Building upon its solid SAP certification in the Middle East

Based on Clariba’s specific expertise and successful completion of all requirements of the SAP® Recognized Expertise Program, Clariba in Spain has been granted the SAP Recognized Expertise designation in Business Intelligence.

Top 3 tips for CFOs on how to tackle a business intelligence strategy

The largest CFO Networking Group in Middle East called MECA held an Innovation Summit around Business Intelligence (BI) in Dubai this month. The summit provided participants with an excellent overview of the opportunity that BI can bring to any organisation and how the CFO can make a difference.

 I had the pleasure of being a panelist on ”What NOT to do with BI: Practical insights to improve your chances of a successful BI implementation”. Here are my top 3 tips from the panel discussion for any CFO who is looking to implement a BI strategy.

What top BI and analytics trends and predictions in 2014 to watch out for?

BI and data analytics are hitting the top trend and prediction lists in 2014 and beyond. We have highlighted our top 4 analytics trends from these lists.

Is your organization ready for “After Big Data”?

A recent article in the Harvard Business Review by Thomas Davenport, professor and fellow at MIT, caught my attention. Davenport refers to the beginnings of a new era: “After Big Data” in his article Analytics 3.0. While organizations built around massive data volumes — such as Facebook, LinkedIn, eBay, Amazon and others — may be ready to move to the next wave of analytics, the full spectrum of big data capabilities is yet to be realized in the traditional organizations we work with on a daily basis.

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