As you are no doubt aware by looking at some of my ads on the website, I have produced various SAP related training course; one of which is my new BEx Analyzer training course. Below I am sharing one of the videos from the course titled: Learn SAP BEx Analyzer The video covers a complete […]
If you have not created a query in the SAP BEx Query Designer before, then this article is for you; here you will learn step by step how to create your first query in your BW system that you can run in the BEx Analyzer. How to create a query? To create a new query, […]
This article covers the BEx Query Designer Menus and Toolbar and their functions. The BEx Query Designer contains the following Menu items: Query ~ Edit ~ View ~ Tools ~ Help BEx Query Designer Menus The Query Menu The BEx Query Designer’s Query menu is like a File menu in MS Excel or Word. You […]
You probably know how to start the BEx Query Designer, but having a short explanation of it and its layout, can help you better understand the BEx Query Designer’s functional areas and the other details that you need to know before working on the BEx Query Designer. How to start the BEx Query Designer? To […]
The term ‘Business Analytics‘ (BA) is used in many different contexts. Be it specific skills, software applications or business practices they all share a common theme which is being able to analyse and explore data in an iterative fashion by using drill down, filters and often measuring against specific key performance indicator (KPI’s).
We are not just talking about static reporting here, BA is the process that we use to really dig deep into a datasets to find new trends by investigating historical information and in some cases applying statistical methods to drive out possible future projections.
It is this type of reporting that help some of the best companies in the world to understand their own market trends and plan strategic goals for the future to enable them to stay ahead of their competitors.
SAP has a rich software tool set that businesses use to carry out their business analytic processes of which the SAP BEx Analyzer is still the most popular.
I’ve been going through some of the latest blog post regarding SAP and I want to share the best of the bunch for today. First up we have Thomas Dulaney who has written a good blog post over on the SCN website discussing how existing SAP professionals can pivot their career by learning new SAP […]
Medium to large size businesses and companies have most probably heard of Business Intelligence, but they often do not know what it is really for and how it can help them.
First, let’s get into the basics; Business Intelligence (BI) is a term used to describe software that is used to help companies and businesses understand the data they collect within their own business.
How does this software help? In simple terms using these tools is like having business analysts, marketing experts, economists, and IT experts all rolled up into a single software solution.
The Benefit of SAP BI
Generally, businesses make use of this technology to help them with improvements with decision-making, cost efficiency and probabilities on business venture opportunities. Imagine this; you hold gigabytes of information related to your business performance but can never find the data you require fast enough to help with your decision-making.