SAP BusinessObjects: Web Intelligence
Individuals, such as managers and project team members, who are responsible for extracting and analyzing information using SAP BusinessObjects
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Data may be an enterprise’s most valuable proprietary asset. Each enterprise possesses unique data that, when used strategically, provides a competitive advantage. Data can reveal significant information about customer behavior and preferences, and provide insight into business processes that may ultimately influence what a company sells, how products are made, and how they are sold. Getting the most out of this data will determine the ultimate value it provides to the enterprise.
SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence is one of the industry’s most flexible, user-friendly and powerful reporting solutions. It provides ad hoc query, analysis, and reporting tools in a package that is geared toward the business user. You do not have to know structured query language (SQL) to take advantage of the power offered by Web Intelligence. You can easily create and publish high-quality reports that contain drill downs, and allow readers to track changes and share business information across the enterprise. This course provides an introduction to BusinessObjects Web Intelligence, highlighting some of its key features and benefits. You will also be able to practice using Web Intelligence tools to perform common tasks.
Web Intelligence Reporting
- identify the core functionality in Web Intelligence
- match Web Intelligence terms with their corresponding definitions
- recognize the procedure for creating a query
- recognize how to create a prompted query
- create a prompted query using Web Intelligence
Web Intelligence Report Creation
- recognize how to change the default report creation tool in Web Intelligence
- recognize how to create a report using Web Intelligence
- recognize the procedure for creating a table from a template
- recognize how to change the layout of an existing table
- recognize the procedure to set the scope of analysis
- recognize how to extend the scope of analysis for a drill-enabled data element
- create a table in Web Intelligence
- create a new table from a template and then modify its layout
- create a drill down in a table and expand the scope of analysis for the data element