2018-07-25T07:31:00Z

What is your primary use case for SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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I have several use cases, generally in more complex environments. These are typically corporate, requiring functionality such as strong data security, bursting, metadata-based support, scalability, fault tolerance, load balancing, support for high volume, breadth of functionality in one set of products, etc. It has been used in Retail, Construction, Banks, and Insurance organisations. It works well for organisations where a structured, common, and more disciplined view of larger, more complex information is required. This is generally with more complex and multiple source systems with larger volumes of information.

2019-12-27T05:39:00Z
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Real User

I call it a big boys toy due to costs involved for full, not large, scale deployments. Due to SAP gobling up a multitude of products over the year, the integration issues have mostly all been resolved now and its mature platform whereby all the others are still playing catchup.

2018-12-10T08:29:00Z
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The primary use case for SAP BusinessObjects has been to provide users static dashboards and reports with a fixed trend where the analysis part is predefined in terms of a fixed set of visualizations. We use it to identify critical KPIs to senior management, which automatically get circulated every morning.

2018-08-15T07:13:00Z
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Real User

Management reporting and also some ad-hoc reporting.

2018-07-25T07:31:00Z
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