Implementations and Upgrades

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The face of analytics at C Spire has changed dramatically — from multiple IT-driven reports that users needed to sift through, to an invaluable resource for employees at all levels of the organization. Find out how C Spire built, deployed, and runs a successful self-service program.


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by Eduardo Pulido, Mead Johnson Nutrition | Arjun Venkateswarlu, Mead Johnson Nutrition March 11, 2019
BI – 

Gain insight about both the preparation and outcome of Mead Johnson Nutrition’s recent migration to SAP HANA and SAP Sybase. Learn about TCO and RFP background, project timelines, and methodology.


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BI – 

CSL Plasma recently divided its integrated SAP Data Services from the SAP BusinessObjects BI platform in order to provide additional features and capabilities in data management and to gain the ability to apply updates to analytics and enterprise information management components independently. Learn firsthand from CSL Plasma why the decision to separate SAP Data Services was made as as technical considerations.


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British American Tobacco (BAT) is embedding a single instance global ERP and BI platforms into the fabric of the organization while embarking on a new journey toward becoming a data-driven organization with analytics and advanced analytics capabilities slowly being enabled.  Gain valuable lessons from the company’s implementation and migration journey and receive an update on BAT’s migration to SAP BW 7.5 on SAP HANA while migrating from SAP BusinessObjects BI 4.1 to BI 4.2.


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by Ben Reese, L3 Technologies | Bryan Koldewyn, L3 Technologies Communications Systems-West March 10, 2019
BI/SCM – 

L3 Technologies Communications Systems-West went live with SAP ERP, using a traditional waterfall approach for enhancements to its ERP landscape after go-live. That methodology had numerous drawbacks. Learn how L3 CS-West adopted the agile/scrum methodology and how the company used small incremental production releases immediately to deliver better solutions that customers can use sooner to streamline their business processes.


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BI – 

Learn how C Spire built and maintains a successful BI self-service program using SAP Lumira and SAP HANA. You will explore key characteristics of C Spire’s self-service program and see how and why SAP Lumira and SAP HANA were chosen over other solutions.


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BI – 

Learn about Fairfax Water’s experience performing beta testing for SAP Lumira 2.0 Discovery and SAP Lumira 2.0 Designer. Get firsthand feedback on the product’s capabilities. See how Fairfax Water determined project scope, goals, and objectives based on key elements of its overall BI strategy and road map.


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Learn how the ALDO Group  implemented SAP Roambi. Gain tips from its move from “traditional reporting” to making key business metrics available to those who need them in near real time.


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Newell Brands has found ways to embed SAPUI5 applications into use cases with less complexity than previous technologies. Gain insight from the company’s experiences identifying practical uses and employing the skills and resources needed. Find out how the company determined practical everyday uses, such as using SAPUI5 with many HR self-service applications and using SAP Fiori to update pay and benefit applications. Discover how the company turned SAPUI5 applications into mobile apps and distributes them.


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by Ketan Doshi, Newell Brands March 4, 2019
BI – 

Explore the journey of Newell Brands from traditional SAP BW objects to SAP HANA studio-based objects, focusing on performance challenges faced, and solutions identified to improve query performance. Learn performance issues encountered by the company when building its SAP HANA views and steps it took to make SAP HANA views provider run in under 10 seconds.


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Learn how The Irvine Company leveraged classic data warehousing methods with new SAP HANA modeling techniques to advance business analytics capabilities. You will learn how the company designs SAP HANA organization structure and stages data in SAP HANAfor optimal performance.


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Mobile Mini recently transitioned from a legacy SQL Server Enterprise Data Warehouse to leverage the SAP HANA platform for real-time reporting. Explore technical and strategic factors that contributed to a successful migration — from project planning to implementation steps, and lessons learned. Learn the company’s business case to leverage SAP HANA as its data platform for optimal performance and agility. Follow the process it used to migrate all the existing SAP BusinessObjects reporting to new optimized, user-friendly universes built on SAP HANA.


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Mobile Mini embarked on a BI journey through the course of 2017 to implement a Business Intelligence Competency Center (BICC) in support of a new real-time SAP HANA reporting platform that propelled the organization forward and built the foundation for future success. Learn firsthand from Mobile Mini how the company migrated from its legacy enterprise data warehouse to the SAP HANA platform to enable real-time reporting.


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Find out how the American Red Cross overcame architectural data challenges specifically associated with deploying self-service BI to a portion of its 6,000 users nationwide. Gain step-by-step instructions based on the company’s methodology, including how it leverages a powerful data architecture technique — accumulated fact tables — to avoid the need to merge multiple data sources within SAP Lumira.


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In this session the Houston Independent School District (HISD) outlines its upgrade to SAP BW 7.5. Learn how HISD encountered bugs in key areas, from infrastructure to software, including how they were tracked and submitted to SAP, and the resolution HISD came up with for them. See how HISD developed its testing plan and how different scenarios were tested.

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Explore some of the new features available in SAP BW 7.5 that the Houston Independent School District (HISD) is taking advantage of to solve real-time reporting issues and create a stronger, more robust data warehouse. Learn how HISD uses BEx Query Designer hidden features such as Easy Query and BW Workspace Query to easily create new models for data analysis or enhance existing models. See how it leverages new hierarchy features and support for uploaded local data in SAP BW workspaces.

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by Anurag Barua, Principal, TruQua Enterprises December 21, 2017
BI – 

SAP provides various ways for users to realize analytics and business intelligence that straddle the gamut of data warehouse types. They range from a small non-enterprise data warehouse footprint that focuses purely on highly aggregated key performance indicator (KPI)-based visualization to traditional data warehouse-based analytics using SAP BW 7.4 or 7.5 or SAP BW/4HANA. Embedded SAP BW lies within this spectrum. Anurag Barua explores the use cases for embedded SAP BW.


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by Robert Heidasch, Chief Innovation and Technology Lead, Accenture December 18, 2017
BI/SAP Professional Journal – 

Data and solution integration is becoming one of the most important aspects in enterprise architecture. Robert Heidasch describes the functionalities provided by SAP data replication and transformation solutions and their proper use.


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by Said Belahbib, SAP HCM and FI/CO Technical Quality Manager December 4, 2017
HR/Financials/BI – 

Said Belahbib shows you tips, tricks, and ABAP source code to output your employee agreement contracts in Microsoft Word format in four steps. He provides a template for an employee agreement contract and naming convention to adopt for your development to avoid error mapping parameters. In Recruitment, you can store information on an applicant's employment contract. You use infotype 0016 (Contract Elements) the same way as you do in Personnel Administration.

 


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by Joerg Boeke, Independent BW Senior Consultant and Solution Architect November 6, 2017
BI/SAP Professional Journal – 

Joerg Boeke shows the SAP HANA parameter to self-protect the SAP HANA environment by using a safety belt for memory consumption using SAP HANA studio, Eclipse Studio, or even the SAP GUI.  He shows you how to set up SAP HANA parametrization to avoid queries or all other SAP HANA processes from using 100 percent of the available memory in a single process. Adopt the parameters to allow a maximum of your desired memory occupation by a single process.


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