Innovations in SAP Business Objects BI 4.0
By Mark Dexter
23rd June 2011

I've logged quite a few air miles in the past 6 months and met numerous SAP customers, partners, colleagues, and mentors. Most of my time was spent talking about SAP BusinessObjects 4.0 and answering related questions. If I were to pick the question that I've heard the most it would have to be: "Hey Pierre, I've heard about your upcoming 4.0 release, but tell me what's new in 4.0 over the release I am currently running?"

We have already published lots of great material covering the 4.0 release in various communities, but in an effort to summarize what's new in 4.0 for SAP Partners, we've decided to publish the top 4.0 innovations as a summary table. In this post, I will cover the BI innovations and in the upcoming weeks, each 4.0 innovation found in this table will be the topic of a separate post so stay tuned!

View the full article and table at: SAP Community Network

Comments

Currently there are no comments. Be the first to post one!

Post Comment

*
*
*

How big data is changing the way we live

There’s no question that big data is everywhere, it has been reported that two and a half quintillion bytes of data are created every day, and this amount is surely only going to rise in the future. Anything we, or... Read More

Why do the top sales people use CRM Systems?

For many sales businesses their CRM system can be the life and blood of the data they hold, but for many sales people using the CRM system can seem like just another tool the business makes them use and is... Read More

Tech & Tattoos

Wearable technology is nothing new, for quite some time we have been walking around with FitBits on our wrists monitoring our health, or smart watches that make payments easy. For many, wearable tech has become a normal part of life.... Read More

How to fix a broken leg

You break your leg, what do you do? You go to the hospital. Right? You get it X-rayed, plastered up and wait for it to heal. When it twinges and you say “ohh my leg ain’t half hurtin’ today” (in... Read More

Where should we send our newsletter?

Close