June 19, 2017

SAP Sales Reporting Tool

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SAP Business Objects SAP Sales Reporting Tool  (BO or BOBJ) is an enterprise software company, specializing in business intelligence (BI). Business Objects was acquired in 2007 by German company SAP AG. The company claimed more than 46,000 customers in its final earnings release prior to being acquired by SAP. Its flagship product is Business Objects SAP Sales Reporting Tool XI, with components that provide performance management, planning, reporting, query and analysis, and enterprise information management. Business Objects SAP Sales Reporting Tool also offers consulting and education services to help customers deploy its business intelligence projects. Other tool sets enable universes (the Business Objects SAP Sales Reporting Tool name for a semantic layer between the physical data store and the front-end reporting tool) and ready-written reports to be stored centrally and made selectively available to communities of the users.

  • SAP Sales Reporting Tool Report Studio (Professional report authoring tool formatted for the web)
  • Query Studio (Ad hoc report authoring tool with instant data preview)
  • SAP Sales Reporting Tool Analysis Studio (Explore multi-dimensional cube data to answer business questions)
  • Metric Studio (Monitor, analyze, and report on KPIs)
  • Metric Designer (Define, load, and maintain metrics to be available in Metric Studio)
  • Event Studio (Action based agents to notify decision makers as events happen)
  • Framework Manager (Semantic metadata layer tool which creates models or packages)
  • SAP Sales Reporting Tool  Power Play Studio (formerly Power Play Web)

SAP Sales Reporting Tool

The first comprehensive business intelligence systems were developed by IBM and Siebel (currently acquired by Oracle) in the period between 1970 and 1990. At the same time, small developer teams were emerging with attractive ideas, and pushing out some of the products companies still use nowadays

In 1988, specialists and vendors organized a Multiway Data Analysis Consortium in Rome, where they considered making data management and analytics more efficient, and foremost available to smaller and financially restricted businesses.