Analytic Apps Approach New Targets

Keith Costello, EVP of Analytic Solutions at SAP, took a moment at SAPPHIRE NOW to share some insights into the popularity of SAP analytic applications and a sneak peek into the future plans for these apps. (more…)

Mobilizing Business Intelligence

Speaking from SAPPHIRE NOW, Jason Rose of BI Solution Marketing at SAP has a few words to say about the business intelligence (BI) solutions that SAP released in February – and why these solutions will become exponentially more mobile in the next couple of months. (more…)

SAP Launches Next-Generation GRC, Enabling Unified View and Greater Control Over Risk

SAP today announced its newest release of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) software, providing a single, unified environment for the most comprehensive support for management, monitoring and analysis of enterprise risk and compliance activities. Nearly three years in the making, the new release integrates GRC capabilities into everyday business processes, helping make risk management, regulatory compliance and safe, productive operations a standard and a consistent practice. Read the press release.

SAP Announces New Generation of In-Memory Applications

SAP today announced a new road map of in-memory applications that will help customers to become real-time businesses, transforming the way they think, plan and operate. Based on a foundation of SAP In-Memory Computing technology, SAP will  deliver a new reality for enterprise software. The company introduced entirely new types of applications that were unimaginable before in-memory computing, and plans to renew existing SAP solutions with in-memory computing technology. The announcement was made during the SAP Run Better Tour, being held today in Boston.

CeBIT 2011: SAP Press Roundtable “Game Changers in Today’s Business”

SAP and partners discuss what the speed of in-memory technology and a new wave of business analytics means for customers, providing further insight into recent news of the 4.0 releases of business intelligence (BI) and enterprise information management (EIM) solutions from the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio (see “SAP Unveils Future of Analytics: Real-Time, Mobile“). Speakers include Jacob Klein, vice president, SAP HANA-Project Leader, and Timo Elliott, BI Evangelist.

SAP Unveils Future of Analytics: Real-Time, Mobile, Social

The world of business is becoming increasingly global and marked by virtual organizations using mobile technology and social networks. Organizations must be equipped to better assess and act decisively on huge volumes of data both from within and outside their businesses. In response to this transformation, SAP today launched the 4.0 releases of business intelligence (BI) and enterprise information management (EIM) solutions from the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio, harnessing the advances of three years of software development.

SAP Adds New Analytic Applications for Industries

SAP today introduced six new SAP BusinessObjects analytic applications tailored to help address the needs of organizations in the media, oil and gas, healthcare, insurance, life sciences and public sector industries. These new applications join the family of analytic applications launched in fall 2010 that target business intelligence (BI) use cases in specific industries. The announcement was made during the SAP Run Better Tour. Read the press release.

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