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SAP BPC – A Budgeting Application For Healthcare Providers
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Finally, A Budgeting Application For Healthcare Providers! Tweet

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Convincing Reasons to Move to Web Intelligence
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Overview This document presents arguments why any company should move from Desktop Intelligence (DeskI) to Web Intelligence (WebI). It presents feature-level reasons, as well as overall deployment-level advantages of Web Intelligence. It also addresses...

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SAP Master Data Management

SAP Master Data Management

Posted by on November 24, 2010
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There are two major camps in the master data world. They both are in your company, and they both are important to governance.. how can you keep both happy? The first v-blog was just to set the stage, this one gets into how the two camps are different...

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Introducing QR-Codes in Your SAP System

Introducing QR-Codes in Your SAP System

Posted by on November 24, 2010
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Cd119 – Introducing QR-Codes in Your SAP System Tweet

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SAP Business One on the iPad

SAP Business One on the iPad

Posted by on November 24, 2010
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Take a look at this short introduction to the SAP Business One iPad App. With this app you can connect to your SAP Business One 8.8 Business Application.It’s free of charge and has a predefined connection to a demo environment so you can try it...

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SAP Xcelsius on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

SAP Xcelsius on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

Posted by on November 24, 2010
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Demonstration of SAP Xcelsius dashboards viewed via XWIS Anywhere on the new Galaxy Samsung Tab. Tweet

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SAP BusinessObjects BI and EIM 4.0 Overview

SAP BusinessObjects BI and EIM 4.0 Overview

Posted by on November 24, 2010
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SAP BusinessObjects BI and EIM 4.0 Overview Tweet

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SAP Press – Implementing SAP BusinessObjects Planning and Consolidation
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Product Description and Table of Contents This book provides you with practical, actionable content for all processes and issues relevant to a “typical” BPC implementation. The book starts by providing an introduction to BPC and speaks briefly...

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