SAP business intelligence
- July 23, 2008
Business Objects will release new versions of Edge and Crystal Reports for midmarket customers.
- July 18, 2008
A lack of passwords had kept thousands of Business Objects customers from accessing a new support portal.
- June 11, 2008
Business Objects announced today that it's offering new tools for predictive analysis to help companies analyze trends
- May 06, 2008
Business Objects CEO Johnathan Schwarz explains why business intelligence for businesspeople is finally viable.
- April 01, 2008
Find out why TELUS was not among what Gartner calls the "significant number of customers [who] have complained about Cognos 8 support issues and poor query performance."
- March 11, 2008
SAP will phase out some of its business intelligence (BI) applications in the wake of the Business Objects acquisition.
- February 12, 2008
Business Objects' third release of its XI business intelligence product includes pre-built integrations into SAP and other systems.
- January 17, 2008
The SAP and Business Objects merger is one step closer to completion, and the companies are announcing new business intelligence products.
- November 27, 2007
SAP, Oracle and IBM all made business intelligence (BI) acquisitions recently. Forrester Research's Paul Hamerman discusses what it means for SAP customers.
- November 06, 2007
Business rules management products have improved greatly in the past five years and demand is growing, leading some analysts to speculate that market consolidation is coming.
- October 11, 2007
SAP's acquisition of Business Objects raised many questions. This Q&A with SAP corporate officer, Doug Merritt provides answers to some of the most pressing.
- October 09, 2007
SAP's planned acquisition of Business Objects presents opportunities but also challenges for SAP business intelligence users.
- March 07, 2007
How should Oracle's acquisition of Hyperion affect SAP customers' business intelligence (BI) plans?
- February 20, 2007
SAP acquired analytics software maker Pilot Software.
- November 14, 2006
SAP Summary: SAP and Oracle both claimed market leadership in IDC's 2006 business analytics study but there can only be one No. 1.