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February 18, 2014 / Andrew Fox

Deliver real-time visibility into big data, any time, any place

Today SAP sees roughly 10% of people in an organisation having access to analytics. Could the inverse also be said that in the region of 90% of people are using gut feel to make decisions?

Using SAP Mobile Business Intelligence solutions you have the opportunity to get information to every person in the organisation in an experience that is right for them by mobilising your existing investment in SAP Analytics. SAP Mobile BI Solutions using SAP BusinessObjects allow organisations to access essential business intelligence reports on the go, view insights through graphs, charts, and tables on a mobile device and run better with personalised reports, dashboards, analytics, and key metrics.

This video presentation walks through the life cycle of mobile BI from report design to the end users mobile experience including deployment options, report design and visualisation tips & tricks. At the end you should have a clear idea of how to get started with the SAP Mobile BI solution and empower members in your organisation to take action and deliver results from anywhere by interacting with their SAP Analytic reports and dashboards on their mobile device.

If you have any questions about Mobile BI or want to ask us anything about Business intelligence we will answer live in our Twinterview with Andy Steer CTO of ITelligence UK.

The Twinterview will take place on 10th March at 16:00 CET using the hashtag #itelligence live from CeBIT Hannover.

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