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BusinessObjects and Tableau – a Romeo and Juliet Story?

BusinessObjects and Tableau a Romeo and Juliet Story Feature Image

The story of Romeo and Juliet, as portrayed by William Shakespeare, is the beautiful and tragic love story between two “star crossed lovers” from feuding families who fall madly in love. When Juliet feigns death in a desperate effort to be with Romeo, he thinks she is really dead and ...

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Let’s Speak BO in New Orleans at ASUG BI+ Analytics Conference Oct. 17-20

Let’s Speak BO in New Orleans at ASUG BI+ Analytics Conference Oct. 17-20

There has been a lot of confusion about this year’s ASUG BI Conference taking place October 17-20 in New Orleans, LA. Previously known as the SAP Analytics and BusinessObjects Conference (SABOC), this year it was renamed the ASUG Business Intelligence + Analytics Conference (ASUGBIA).  This was a very unfortunate renaming ...

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Dashboards Helping Drive Healthcare data from Analysis to Action in the UAE

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One of the most awe-inspiring presentations at this year’s IBIS conference was about how a government ministry is driving improved healthcare for its citizens by analyzing and visualizing data and then acting on the results. Isn’t this what Business Intelligence is all about? Analyzing and visualizing data and then taking ...

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2016 BI Dashboard Awards Winners Highlight Reawakening of the Xcelsius Force

City of Vallejo Best Business Dashboard Award IBIS 2016

One of the many highlights of this year’s InfoSol Business Intelligence Seminar (IBIS 2016) was the annual Dashboard awards and while the 3 winning solutions were very different solutions they shared the fact that, once again, they were all developed in Xcelsius. It never ceases to amaze me how Xcelsius ...

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