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BusinessObjects Rocks Anaheim: SBOUC Reflections

ASUG’s SAP BusinessObjects User Conference 2013 will go down in the annals of BusinessObjects history as a milestone event. While SAP is still trying to sort out how to position its ever growing portfolio of Business Intelligence tools, this conference clearly demonstrated that its customers have already figured it out ...

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Real BI Case Studies Worth a Thousand Demos

I love improv comedy. It makes me laugh a lot more than rehearsed comedy and I find myself much more engaged because neither the comedian nor the audience knows what’s coming next. It’s real and it’s raw. Having sat through more Business Intelligence presentations than is probably healthy, it is ...

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British Museum Real World Case Studies Are Best

I always try to visit the British Museum when I am in London as it is one of my favorite places. It has fantastic Ancient Egyptian galleries and I never miss an opportunity to revel amongst those fascinating artifacts. However, today I was in for a special treat as there ...

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British are Bullish on Mobile Dashboard Shuffle

So I am standing at Heathrow Airport arrivals waiting for my ride and there is a man a few yards in front of me wearing a pair of large bull horns on his head. The British are renowned for being a little eccentric but this is something I have never ...

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Holding on to my Nuts in Australia

I love cashew nuts and whenever I travel internationally I always take a large bag with me. They are the prefect snack for sustaining me through the time zone changes when my body is telling me it’s time to eat but lunch or dinner is still hours away. So on ...

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