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Business Intelligence basis training voor Retail

Business Intelligence Basis Training voor Retail ondernemers


Datum: Vrijdag 15 mei 2015 Locatie: Hilton Hotel Amsterdam – Centraal Station

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BI Consulting, M Mobile Solutions organiseert verschillende business intelligence trainingen voor:

  • Retail ondernemers
  • SAP Business Objects gebruikers
  • Gemeente  & Overheid
  • Zorg instellingen
  • Horeca ondernemers
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Retail ondernemers

Door de explosieve groei van nieuwe technologie zal er in de retailsector in de komende tien jaar meer veranderen dan in de afgelopen eeuw. Er is een stijging van aantal online verkoop kanalen waar ondernemers hun producten kunnen verkopen, zoals:  Facebook, Groupon, Airbnb, Markplaats, Google, TV, Radio, Veilingsite,, whatapp, instagram.

 Ondernemers vragen

Onze klanten worstelen met verschillende vragen:

  • Welke (online) verkoop kanalen gebruik ik nu?
  • Welke (online) verkoop kanalen leveren de meeste nieuwe klanten op.
  • Wat is het klik gedrag van onze website bezoekers tot het doen van een aankoop?
  • Wat is de toegevoegde waarde van een BI?
  • Welke BI tool past bij onze organisatie
  • Welke BI tool past bij onze IT landschap
  • Welke BI tool past bij onze kennis en kunde van onze medewerkers


  • IT trends
  • Wat is CRM/ ERP
  • ERP Systemen vergelijken
    • Exact
    • Afas
    • Sales Force
    • Microsoft
    • SAP
    • Oracle
  • Wat is Business Intelligence?
  • Business intelligence tools
    • tableau
    • Qlik View
    • Microsoft
    • SAP Business Objects
  • Wat is de toegevoegde waarde van BI?
  • Voorbeelden van BI Tools
  • Hoe ontwerpt u een Business Intelligence Strategie?
  • What is the Next step?

Hoe helpen wij?

Wij helpen Retail ondernemers met het ontwikkelen van management rapportages. Met deze rapportages kunnen onze klanten betere beslissingen nemen met betrekking tot: inkoop, verkoop, persooneel en logistiek.

De rapportages helpen ondernemers betere beslissingen nemen op basis van business data.


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Business Intelligence Training Amsterdam

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Business Intelligence Benefits

Business Intelligence Benefits

What does Business Intelligence help companies with?
Business intelligence helps companies make smart decisions when it comes to managing their businesses. Business Intelligence can increase profits, identify marketing efforts, update procedure and examine employee performance. Click here to download our free training.

Business Intelligence refers to a wide range of web applications and tools used to collect, store, manage, report and analyze existing data in a range of formats to help with business decisions. BI application development includes features like:

Online analytical processing (OLAP)

  • Dashboards
  • Graphs
  • Queries and reporting
  • Data management and statistical analysis.
  • It can collect data from different software like CRM, MIS and ERP. Click here to find a job.

What kind of solutions does Business Intelligence offer?

Business Intelligence (BI) solutions can be used to evaluate a collection of key business metrics such as:

  • Productivity
  • Profitability
  • Supply & demand
  • Geographical spread of customer-base.

Data is stored in data warehouses and can be analyzed and examined to create reports on past and current business performance in addition to predicting future business tendency and patterns to allow accurate business goals to be set and accurately tracked in a timely manner. Business Intelligence helps in gaining a competitive advantage over your competition and improves efficiency. Click here to find available candidates.

What are the advantages of Business Intelligence?

Improves operational effectiveness and efficiency which reduces costs and increases business profits
Identifies Business opportunities
Access to accurate information about sales and marketing strategies
Access to timely and reliable business information that helps make better business decisions
Keeps track of the progress of business objectives and goals with standard data projection abilities
Improves knowledge sharing throughout your company to support association and organization
Builds up a greater understanding of customer requirements and the customer decision making process
Predicts future behavior of prospects and clients
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Can every business benefit from Business Intelligence?
Web based BI applications are very easy to use for the managing of all business environments. In the modern era, web based BI applications help the viewing and analyzing of data. Business Intelligence also offers a huge support in creating complex reports and integrating the advantages of BI analytics and reporting into their regular business transactions. Click here for our Web Intelligence training material.

What is the importance and what are the advantages of Business Intelligence software?
BI applications help companies in efficiently running their businesses. Undoubtedly, Business Intelligence software helps in educating employees about the business, products and how to position one’s product in the market and beat the competitors. Every business has different requirements and therefore it is important to ensure that you get a BI system developed through experienced Business Intelligence developers who truly understand the requirements and can deliver accordingly. With BI software you would be able to easily stay up to date with all of the latest information pertaining to the staff efficiency and performance, seasonal sales figures, advertising campaign results, buying trends, demographic and geographical data about customers, etc. The large organizations are already in a win-win situation with the BI because they can, in advance, analyze and study the data and make smart and precise decisions.
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SAP Analysis for Office Tutorial

SAP Analysis for Office Tutorial by M Mobile Solutions


SAP Analysis for Office Overview

This tutorial gives a detailed overview of the SAP Analysis for Office. All the components are introduced and explained. MS Office Add-Ins provide ad-hoc analysis of OLAP sources in Microsoft Excel. They also allow for the intuitive creation of business intelligence presentations as well as application design in Microsoft Excel. Click here to download our free training.

SAP BusinessObjects Analysis version 1 includes an intuitive new user interface and minimizes costs by utilizing minimum training effort. It focuses on the business user by bringing more flexibility and being tightly integrated with the Microsoft environment.

The edition for Microsoft Office includes ad-hoc data access and data analysis as well as ad-hoc embedding of BI data into presentations. Other features of SAP Analysis for Office are creation of analysis content which is centralized, the consummation of pre-defined BI content in MS Excel and exquisite workbook design.

It also improves on the insertion of multiple data sources from multiple systems, the formatting of elements and can be easily used for development directly in the worksheet.

SAP Analysis for Microsoft Office gives business analysts the power to go deeper into business data from within the familiar Microsoft Office environment. This is possible thanks to the use of multi-dimensional data analysis, which makes it easy to filter and manipulate data, identify trends and outliers, all this without help from IT experts. Studies show that SAP Analysis for Office boosts analyst efficiency by more than 27% with the help of content reuse and real-time query responses.

What are the SAP Analysis for office tutorial objectives?


  • Learn the components of SAP Analysis for Office
  • Learn to use Analysis Office (start the clients, define filters, sorting and hierarchies, insert text fields and filter components, define rules and macros for filtering and formatting, maintain workbook and user settings)
  • Learn how the integration to the BI Platform Server works


Click here to find available candidates.

What do we offer in our SAP Analysis for Office Tutorial?

  • Module based Business Intelligence course
  • Flexible start and end date
  • Evening course
  • Weekend course
  • Use of SAP ERP and SAP BO
  • Tablet and face to face class training
  • Cloud-based training system
  • Laptop

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What is the location of our SAP Analysis for Office Tutorial?

We offer in house training. The advantages of in house training are cost effectiveness, customization and flexibility. You can train big groups, customize the course as it goes and hold the training any time you want.

What is a cloud-based training system?

This is online learning that is available in the cloud. The resources are stored in a virtual environment and can be accessed from various forms of web-enabled devices.

After this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the different components of SAP Analysis for Office
  • Work with SAP Analysis for Office
  • Analyze large data sets to uncover business insights
  • Discover, compare and predict business drivers
  • Share findings with colleagues by implementing analytics into PowerPoint presentations


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Become SAP business analyst

Become SAP business analyst

How to become SAP business analyst


The job of a SAP business analyst is very lucrative. So it is no surprise that so many people ask this same question.

The good thing is, that if you want to become one, your path is well defined. The bad thing is that the earlier you start considering it, the better. And if you are well over your college years it might become harder – but never impossible.

In this article we will clear the unknowns and give career advice for people of all ages and levels of expertise.

What to do as a college student in order to become SAP business analyst

If you are just deciding on what to study, there is a variety of choices. People with the following degrees are prioritized over the rest:

  • Computer systems (and all related)
  • Business management
  • Industrial engineering


Download now a list of all suitable degrees in order to become a SAP business analyst.

There’s multiple similar degrees that can also give you an advantage. However those three are by far the most common in job offers.

Also, after you have enrolled, don’t expect to learn all useful skills. You’ll be lucky to have any software specific capabilities by the time you graduate.

Taking the initiative and studying for yourself makes a world of difference. Even if you’re low on money, there are free courses all over the web. They will not give you the certificate to prove your proficiency, but they will be extremely helpful in the long run.

What is some advice for people of all ages who want to become SAP business analyst?

Study, study, study. It cannot get more obvious than that.

However it is important that your studies are also efficient, so choose wisely. We are here to help you out with that. Here are some general tips that can do you no wrong:

  • Acquire professional certification – very important if you are to become SAP business analyst
  • Try to get as much experience as early as possible
  • Use networking to your advantage – LinkedIn is a good place to start

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As for the professional certificates, there is a good variety of providers. If you have a specific “dream” company in mind for your future career progress, it is good to check their requirements. It might be the case that they prefer some certifications over others.

Other than that – the more, the better. You can’t have enough proof of professional proficiency. The sky’s the limit if you want to become SAP business analyst.

Early experience and networking go hand by hand. Typically it is harder to start working in a big corporation without a bachelor’s degree at least. Typically their HR teams seed through candidates and wouldn’t even give you a chance. Unless of course you have tons of experience to make up for it.

Smaller companies, however, are less picky. If you have put the effort into studying these technologies, then all you need to do is put the word about it out there.

Click here in order to upload a resume and potentially find a job.

Create a LinkedIn profile, meet with people and you might become SAP business analyst in no time. The more experience you have, the less your degree matters.

Employers – click here to upload available jobs in your company.


If you want to become SAP business analyst, you need to put in some work first. Studying is important, and a bachelor’s or a master’s degree makes it easier to start your career. However professional training and certificates are even more important. With the experience you get, the university degree becomes less important.

Visit our website to find available BI specialists.


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Data Analyst

Data Analyst


What are the responsibilities of a Data Analyst?


Data analysis encompasses collecting data from various sources and analyzing it, cleaning, importing, transforming, validating or strategically modelling data in a carefully planned manner – in order to ensure easy understanding and impactful presenting to interested parties on the surface, and strong performance and robustness in its core.

While these are the core responsibilities of a data analyst, typically many of the job tasks vary from one sphere to the other. This can be really obvious in the data analyst field since there is a huge variety of markets in need of such specialists, and all of those have very specific needs.

As an example of the diversity of domains that are in demand for data analysts, here is a short (and not exhaustive) list:

  • Financial institutions
  • Healthcare providers
  • Service centers
  • Manufacturers
  • Social sciences

A job description for this position might include analyzing and presenting data in chart, graph or table format, designing, maintaining and developing relational (or even NoSql) databases or also the process of building and designing data itself.


Click here to download our free training that can help you become a Data Analyst.


What are some different backgrounds that data analysts might have?


Having the variety of domains mentioned above in mind, it is reasonable to believe that data analysts often come from drastically different work environments and have marginally different backgrounds. Examples of such backgrounds are:


  • Information management
  • NoSQL design
  • Relational database design
  • Business intelligence
  • Data mining
  • Statistics
  • Relational database development


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What fields do M Mobile Solutions Data analysts have experience in?


Our professionals are greatly experienced in the following industries:


  • Insurance and investment management
  • Manufacturing Industry
  • Retail industry
  • HR shared service center

This list covers almost all industries where data analysis is needed – so it is hard to find more vast experience on the job market today.

What particular tasks have been accomplished by M Mobile Solutions Data Analysts and how many years of experience do they have?


  • 8 years experience with SAP ERP software implementations
  • 8 years experience with Business Intelligence software implementations
  • 8 years experience with outsourcing IT projects to India

What agile software development frameworks are M Mobile Solutions specialists familiar with?


Our data analysts are well versed in the most acclaimed agile frameworks in use today:


  • Kanban methodology & Kanban board software
  • SCRUM methodology


Not only have they participated in a work process shaped by these methodologies, they also have experience playing an active role of integrating them and using the software that goes hand-in-hand with them.

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What positions can be expected to be available soon on M Mobile Solutions?

• Trainer SAP BW | Dashboards | Web Intelligence | SAP Lumira | SAP BO CMC
• SAP BW Business Intelligence Analyst
• SAP BO Business Intelligence Analyst
• BI Project Manager
• Dashboard builder (SAP Web Intelligence & xcelsius)
• Functional Designer Dashboards (Web Intelligence & xcelsius)
• BI Tester / Support
• SAP HCM / HR Reporting Analyst
• Reporting Support SAP Web Intelligence


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What are some specific technical skills that M Mobile Solutions Data analysts possess?

Amongst the various tools in our specialists’ skillsets are the following:

  • XML
  • ABAP
  • SQL
  • Business Intelligence training,
  • UK Data Warehouse
  • Project Management
  • OLAP
  • Relational Databases
  • Various Database skills
  • BOW310
  • BOX310
  • Flat files
  • Data migration projects
  • Business intelligence data analysis
  • Business intelligence reporting analysis
  • ETL development
  • Part time business object development
  • Data source
  • SAP BW


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What is SAP HANA

What is SAP HANA?


So what is SAP HANA?

SAP HANA is an in-memory data platform that is deployable as an on-premise appliance, or in the cloud. This platform is revolutionary and it best features are:

  • Real-time analytics
  • Developing and deploying real-time applications

At the fundamental level of this real-time data platform is the SAP HANA database which is completely different than any other database on the market nowadays. SAP HANA is best suited for enormous data sets that are of different types and from different sources. Click here to download our free training.

Categories of Analytics which SAP HANA specializes?

The first one is operational reporting. This means real-time insights from transaction systems such as SAP ERP. The second one is Data Warehousing. This speeds up the performance especially for BW customers. Click here to find a job.

They can run their entire application on the SAP HANA platform which is the cause of the performance increase. The third specialty of SAP HANA is predictive and text analysis of big data. It does that by using its in-database predictive algorithms and also making advantage of its “R” integration capability. Click here to find available candidates.

Categories of Applications which SAP HANA specializes?

We start with core process accelerators. By leveraging ERP Accelerators, which are non-disruptive ways to take advantage of in-memory technology, SAP HANA accelerates business reporting to a whole new extent. The second specialty is planning and optimizing apps. Applications that require fast results and complex scheduling are something that SAP HANA really excels at. The last one is sense and response apps. Big data such as smart meter, point of sale data, social media data and etc can have real-time insights offered by these sense and response apps. Click here to sign up for our Business Intelligence event.

What is the secret of SAP HANA?

Other database systems on the market are either good at analytical workloads or transactional workloads, but never both. Due to its hybrid structure for processing these workloads fully in-memory, SAP HANA combines the best of both worlds. Click here for our Web Intelligence training material.

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Business Intelligence Testing

Business Intelligence Testing

What is Business Intelligence Testing?

Testing data warehouses and business intelligence projects can be very challenging, because of the combination of multiple data sources and large amounts of data and reports. However thanks to research by implementing various data warehouse and business intelligence projects, there is a certain set of best practices in Business Intelligence Testing to minimize the risks associated with data intensive projects. Click here to download our free training.

This methodology divides testing into three main areas:

  • Data Entity Testing: This is done to ensure that the data in every source (tables, flat files, etc) or target entities (fact, dimension, etc) is as expected.
  • ETL Testing: This is done to ensure that the data moved from the source systems to the target warehouse is as expected.
  • Business Intelligence Testing: This is done to ensure that teams have a firm grasp on reports and dashboards from a performance and stress testing standpoint.


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What problems does Business Intelligence Testing face?

Data warehouse projects almost always involve extracting huge amounts of data from multiple data sources. The testing of this data warehouse requires a data-centric approach. Most of the current testing methods use automation tools that are focused on transaction application testing and are not designed for testing of data warehouses. That is why many Business Analysts, Engineers and QA teams test the ETL manually. This process is very much error prone, especially in the case when it is done for large amounts of information. Click here to find available candidates.

There are three factors that ensure proper data testing:

  • Testing has to be done at each data entity level as to ensure that the information coming into the warehouse is correct
  • As data moves from different sources to the warehouse, we need to also ensure that the data is exactly as expected
  • The reporting system has to be tested for accuracy parameter, regression, performance and scalability

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How is Business Intelligence Testing done?

The main goal of Business Intelligence testing is to make sure that numbers and data shown in reports are correct when compared to the source and that the reports are accessible to the end user from a performance and security standpoint. Here are the different types of Business Intelligence Testing:

  • Unit Testing
  • Regression Testing
  • Multi-Environment Testing
  • Security Testing
  • Stress Testing

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What is the solution to Business Intelligence Testing?

There are two solutions, that both enable complex data warehouse and business intelligence testing automation. These solutions help minimize testing costs, expedite time to market and deliver higher quality dashboards and reports to business users. The first solution is an ETL Validator. This mainly addresses data entity testing and ETL Testing and here are its features:

  • Test case creation by wizards
  • Test case visibility at an enterprise grade
  • Enterprise collaboration
  • Data entity testing automation

The second solution is a Business Intelligence Validator and here are its key features:

  • Dashboards Testing
  • Reports Testing
  • Multi Environment Testing
  • Upgrade Testing
  • Stress Testing


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ETL testing interview questions

ETL testing interview questions

What are the most common ETL testing interview questions



ETL testing is a highly specialized field in IT, which means that specialists are hard to find. MMobileSolutions Business Intelligence Consulting help companies and jobseekers jumpstart their career in Extract-Transform-Load testing, here are the most common ETL testing interview questions.

  • What is ETL?
    • Answer: as previously mentioned, ETL stands for Extract-Transform-Load. Overall this is the process of finding and picking up the data from the source (extracting), modifying it to fit our target data warehouse (transforming) and inserting it into the warehouse (loading). The ETL process allows important data to be picked in a way that suits the particular goals and models and insert it into a warehouse for efficient access.
  • What should an ETL tester do
    • Answer: An ETL tester needs to have deep knowledge in ETL tools and ETL work processes. He/she also needs to be able to write complex SQL queries for different testing scenarios. Also a good definition of quality is required. Finally, the ability to conduct all types of ETL tests – primary key, default, functional tests, etc.

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The above two are the most common ETL testing interview questions – mostly because they find people who are not near qualified enough for the job. You can expect them in literally every interview. Some other basic ETL testing interview questions are:

  • Why do we need ETL testing?
    • Answer:
      • To prevent malfunction of new data warehouse
      • To track the efficiency of the process and check whether the performance has dropped
      • To ensure the data is in the proper format and the conductor of the ETL has a good understanding of the goals behind it
  • What are some bugs that ETL testers often find?
    • Answer:
      • Calculation bugs
      • Source bugs
      • Load condition bugs
      • Performance inefficiency
      • User interface bugs

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From that point on, ETL testing interview questions should become more specific. Obviously you want to be prepared for that, so here are some of the most common questions:

  • What is the difference between data mining and data warehousing?
    • Answer: Warehousing is the process of gathering data from multiple sources into one particular warehouse – typically using ETL. Data mining then is when this data is extracted and used for business decisions and analysis.

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  • What does a three-tier warehouse comprise of?
    • Most data warehouses use a three-layered architecture. First is the layer where the data from external sources is first placed. The middle layer (also known as an integration layer) is where the data is transformed to first need some basic company needs. The third layer is the uppermost one, also known as the “dimension layer” and this is where the transformed information is actually stored for common use.
  • What is the difference between an active transformation and a passive transformation?
    • With the passive transformation, your output goes through the same number of data rows as those present in the input. With active transformation this number can be dynamically changed.

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There are multiple ETL testing interview questions that are practically the same as these above, but worded in a different way, so be wary of it. Also if you are going to a senior position interview keep in mind that most questions will be thought of at the spot so there is no chance of you simply memorizing those.

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Performance dashboard software

Performance dashboard software

What performance dashboard software should I choose for my company?


What does performance dashboard software mean?

Performance dashboard software is a tool that is used to track various metrics that are important for businesses. Amongst these, the most important group is that of the KPI-s (key performance indicators). With the help of data visualizations, complex data can be extracted into easy to understand charts and other dashboard features that give instant awareness on current performance.

BI Consulting, M Mobile Solutions can help you design performance dashboards.

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Why do I need performance dashboard software?

First of all, a properly designed dashboard is a remarkable information management utility. In today’s environment for not only big corporations, but also small business, the tendency is to use more data. Never before has the business world been so data-intensive, but the fact of the matter is that contemporary software allows for it. Big data is all the rage these days, and the best part is that we can handle it.

And our means to handling it is exactly this type of software. Managing, extracting, and presenting data in an easy-to-understand format would be a huge challenge if it wasn’t for it. However not only is not that difficult today, it is actually made simple.

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What are the best benefits I can get from using such tools?

There are subtle differences between data, information, knowledge and wisdom. The way we listed them here is in order of importance – you can do little with data it its plain form, but you can acquire knowledge from it when using the right tools. This knowledge is actually important for your business decisions.

But without the proper means to use this data it stays useless. This is where performance dashboard software comes to the rescue. It helps you get the most value from your data. Business processes become better-optimized and every employee can be on the same page – because the well processed data is there, and data doesn’t lie.

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Do people from smaller countries need this?

Big data is a global phenomenon. As such, it doesn’t just impact big players. Small businesses in small countries also need to optimize the way they use their data – otherwise they would fall even further behind. Luckily, recent pricing of such software makes it easily accessible for business of all sizes.


Dashboard software is a must for every large and medium-sized business across the globe. It is the best means to analyzing big data and providing an accessible report for all interested parties to understand in a glance. The new pricing on such software makes it available even for small businesses.

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SAP Software

SAP Software

Introduction to SAP Software

SAP (Systems, Applications & Products) is a multinational software corporation based in Germany. The software they create is specifically targeted to help optimize business operations, investigate markets and business risks and improve customer relations.

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Amongst the various business domains and needs, for which SAP is a preferred software provider are the following:

  •   Customer Relationship Management
  •   Logistics Software sectors
  •   Supply Chain management
  •   Marketing utilities
  •   Manufacturing

For almost a decade, SAP has been a global leader in providing business-oriented software solutions. However the sheer abundance of tools they provide makes it a challenging task for businesses to decide which ones suit their needs well, let alone find consultants that are specialized in configuring, integrating and operating the software.

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Top 10 SAP Software tools to consider in 2015

Throughout the years the German giant has completed numerous acquisitions, effectively leading to a superbly flamboyant SAP Software toolset. Amongst those are multiple tools for data discovery and visualization, Business intelligence platforms, as well as dashboard and reporting tools. There are multiple tools of each kind, and each piece of software brings something new to the table. Here is our top 10 list in no particular order:

  •      Crystal Reports (reporting)
  •      Web Intelligence (reporting)
  •      Desktop Intelligence (a desktop-based predecessor to Web intelligence)
  •      Xcelsius Dashboards
  •      Design Studio (dashboard)
  •      Visual Intelligence
  •      BusinessObjects Explorer and Analysis
  •      SAP ERP
  •      SAP Knowledge Warehouse
  •      SAP Hana

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Benefits of SAP Software solutions

Depending on scale and business needs, benefits can vary. However, trusting a highly reputable company on the SAP Software tool selection job ensures prosperity and satisfaction.

M Mobile Solutions can help you with this task, effectively leading to success similar to that of many satisfied customers. Here is a list of advantages of using SAP Software:

  •       SAP provides the most advanced levels of integration with other software components
  •       SAP Software can combine multiple business processes and turn them into a complete functional chain in which every department has access to only the relevant and highly-customized information
  •       Due to the above, SAP is the most cost efficient piece of software in terms of human resources
  •       SAP Software is user friendly
  •       SAP provides premium support

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How does one decide which tools are needed for a particular business?

Again, making an informed decision can be a daunting task. Without prior exposure to all (or at least most) of them it is only a guessing game.

However, M Mobile Solutions’ 8 years of experience in the field can make this task easier, and its results – spot on. When it comes to business intelligence our team can make a special SAP Software selection based on:

  •   Business needs
  •   Staff expertise and experience
  •   Company budget
  •   Predefined timeframes
  •   Preferred platforms (Windows desktop based, web, mobile, etc)
  •   Market niche specifics
  •   And last but equally important, employee style of work preferences

This way the vast number of Business intelligence tools will actually bring the needed variety to suit everyone’s needs – and M Mobile solutions can ensure that your goals are well met.

If you are interested in services related to software selection for Business intelligence SAP Software, please check out the contact section below. We can guarantee that our high levels of professionalism and deep knowledge can drive your business forward. We have experience working with SAP BusinessObjects software since 2007 so you will be in safe hands.

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