BI Partners Clariba and SolstonePlus are working together with customers throughout the UK and Europe to help them define the most effective way to migrate to BusinessObjects XI 3.0 and realize the benefits of this new platform.
Clariba demonstrates the value of Business Objects XI within Adeslas, a progressive health insurance provider in Spain.
Adeslas, a progressive health insurance provider in Spain, recently engaged Clariba to help them gain rapid and reliable access to policyholder data. The Adeslas Business Objects (BO) Administration team recognized the importance of updating their version of BusinessObjects in order to increase the functionality and productivity of their BI tool. Clariba consultants used their experience gathered in prior migrations to provide a smooth transition to Business Objects XI with minimal impact to the end-user base.
"Clariba understood our BI requirements from the beginning. As a result of their Business Objects expertise, this was the easiest migration we have ever experienced in the IT systems area," says Alberto Sisí, IT Manager at Adeslas. "The project was delivered to the fullest satisfaction of the BO Administration team and end users."
As a result of the migration to BO XI, the Adeslas BO Administration team no longer manually delivers and distributes reports, resulting in immediate ROI. With this migration Adeslas has also achieved integration with their IT platforms and security policies, allowing single sign-on for their users. This seamless integration into the work environment, coupled with Business Objects XI best-in-class reporting capabilities, has had a very positive effect on user satisfaction.
"Our consultants led the effort of transitioning old customized developments to the new platform without the loss of any functionality. This was achieved not by deploying an 'out of the box' installation, but by planning an adapted migration aligned to the customers' expectations," says Marc Haberland, Founder and Managing Partner of Clariba.
The new capabilities of Business Objects XI will allow Adeslas to expand the reach of its business intelligence platform to a wider network of users - something the company is now evaluating for its regional offices.
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