SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) today released-to-customer new advancements in business intelligence (BI) products designed to provide one suite for all insight, one place for all information and one standard for enterprise BI. The suite aims to provide the ability to incorporate more data than ever before with deeper integration to a real-time data processing platform and a single big data landscape for transactional and analytical data. With a user experience optimized for people, it is intended to connect individuals to data and contributions made by colleagues, customers and partners. The announcement was made at SAPPHIRE NOW, being held May 14–16 in Orlando, Florida.
With the power to pull from virtually nearly unlimited sources, the 4.1 version of SAP BusinessObjects BI solutions aims to enable customers to actualize their data and push resulting insights beyond data scientists directly to decision-makers and frontline workers, all in real time. The professional-grade platform is intended to set the standard for any size business, any IT infrastructure and for all users in an organization. Planned features in the latest release include:
"This release will best serve our customer's needs of providing end-users with autonomy while empowering IT to provide a BI solution that allows for standardizing and sharing of information," said Adam Binnie, general manager and global vice president, Business Intelligence, SAP. "Our customers are demanding big data-ready solutions that seamlessly incorporate real time data streams and can handle multiple data sources. The 4.1 version of SAP BusinessObjects BI delivers on that promise."
With SAPPHIRE NOW, SAP offers its customers, partners and prospects even more opportunities to engage in dialogue with peers, participants and thought leaders around the globe. Being held in Orlando, Florida, May 14-16, 2013, this enhanced, real-time event connects attendees on site with global participants through state-of-the-art broadcast studios and an online experience that incorporates the latest social media and community functionality. Whether on site or online, participants can gain insight as to how SAP is delivering on its product strategy and helping organizations around the world to run better. For more information, visit www.sapphirenow.com. Follow SAPPHIRE NOW on Twitter at @SAPPHIRENOW and visit the SAP Newsroom at www.news-sap.com.
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