SAP BusinessObjects Cloud is a next- generation software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that consolidates all analytics functionalities for all users in one product. It helps you overcome the challenge of point solutions and data silos spread throughout the organisation with enterprise-wide access to analytics delivered through a public cloud experience that you can trust.
The SAP BusinessObjects Cloud solution offers all analytics capabilities for all users in one product. Access all data and embed analytics directly into business processes to turn instant insight into quick action.
Underpinning the global economy is a vast infrastructure that is inherently complex. However, excess complexity that manifests itself in lack of innovation or poor customer service is a significant problem causing real and quantifiable business damage today, according to a survey of 749 business managers conducted in 2015 by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services.
The good news is that many organisations acknowledge they have a problem with excess complexity, and many have taken steps to better manage it. Read this paper to find out more.
The heart of Ballance Agri-Nutrients is helping farmers create sustainable, viable businesses. To drive better on-site productivity and profitability for its farmers, Ballance needed the right foundation for establishing its company's digital future.
Information is the catalyst for transformation in today's increasingly online business environment. Today it is possible to state that:
- Every industry is now an information industry whether the product or service itself is data (e.g. financial services or telecommunications) or whether the product is physical but yields data that can be instantly tracked, measured, and optimised (e.g. oil and gas, manufacturing, or logistics).
- Every role is now an information role. From finance to sales and marketing to operations, roles are being redefined to set priorities, evaluate alternatives, make decisions, and take action in response to the latest information.
Digital transformation is directly related to the changing digital economy with individuals, businesses, and society becoming interconnected in real-time, supported by technology.
Almost all small businesses (firms with 10-99 employees) and midsize firms (with 100-999 employees) have some digital transformation resources in place: collaboration software, powerful computing and communications resources, cloud computing. But effective deployment and integration are needed to bring your firm to the next level of business performance.
Scaling SMEs: Building a flexible platform for growth is an Economist Intelligence Unit report that discusses how highgrowth small and mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) are scaling their organisations to provide resources for growth whilst ensuring flexibility to respond quickly to changes in market conditions; the role of technology in scaling SMEs; and success factors in scaling headcount. The findings of this briefing paper are based on desk research and on in-depth interviews conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit with founders and managers of SMEs and other experts.
Due to explosive growth, it became clear that the company needed to improve the technology it relied on to run the business. This led the company to embark on a journey to select, implement, and benefit from an integrated business solution that would enable it to communicate more effectively with business partners, make more informed decisions, and sustain continued growth.
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- What do we mean by Cloud?
- Cloud and Mobility are driving IT spending growth in small and midsize businesses
- Cloud engagements work for big firms, but where are they working for small ones?
- Attitudes towards Cloud are changing, and adoption is growing despite some security worries
- Cost savings and flexibility continue to encourage Cloud use
- Essential Guidance