Managing multiple reports, charts, tables, and models in a single environment and with real-time data from multiple sources can be challenging. Over the years SAP has designed multiple tools to support these tasks and help business users identify trends and behaviors. Most recently, SAP Analytics Cloud was created to provide a unified and secure public cloud experience to maximize data-driven decision making.
Read this article and learn:
- An overview of SAP Analytics Cloud, including its capabilities and key functionality;
- How to use this functionality to support and improve your business analytics requirements and customer experience;
- Types of data sources that can be connected to the solution; and
- Which AI tools are available in SAP Analytics Cloud to help you automatically create relevant information.
MEET THE AUTHORS
Dr. Marco Sisfontes-Monge is a managing partner of Arellius Enterprises. For more than 15 years he has supported SAP implementers, direct clients, and other customers in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and Africa in the industries of automotive, insurance, pharmaceutical and healthcare, logistics, software, utilities, chemical, oil and gas, exploration and natural resources, discrete and process manufacturing, retail, and financial services. His background includes project management and performance measurement, product- and activity-based costing, design optimization, discrete and process simulation, system dynamics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and advanced statistical methods. He also has finance specializations from the London Business School and Saïd Business School from University of Oxford in England. You may contact him via email at email@example.com.