DSCallards focuses exclusively on SAP BusinessObjects technology and helps companies to bring current best practice to their organisations, transforming the way they use information from a system of record to a strategic differentiator. Topics of the day included:
• Data discovery and exploration
• Fast, decision-ready business intelligence
• Data visualisation
• Analytics in the Cloud
The grand finale featured an appearance by the legendary former England International and Manchester City player, Trevor Sinclair.
High Street TV – Improving business insight with SAP BusinessObjects
Founded in 2008, High Street TV is now one of the UK's fastest growing companies*. The multi-channel retail business operates in the UK and internationally, employing over 130 people. During the Agile Analytics event, Business Information expert, Danny Culley, explained how SAP BusinessObjects has improved both the accuracy of their data and their key decision making abilities.
Keith Lally, SAP UK and IE General Business Manager, Analytics & DDM, SAP, commented: “DSCallards are one of the leading Tier 1 Analytics partners for SAP in the UK and today’s event was a wonderful showcase of the great customer success they are driving in the mid-market for UK customers. They have had great success at building awareness around the latest analytics innovations in cloud and agile analytics, largely based on the results they achieve with their customers.”
Adrian Handley, Managing Director, DSCallards summed up the day: “Our seminars always attract great interest and lively debate. The day focused on SAP BusinessObjects powerful Business Intelligence and Analytics capabilities and we showcased data visualisation and self-service analysis and reporting. SAP talked about the power of SAP’s Cloud Analytics, which was very well received by the delegates.”
* according The Sunday Times Fast Track 100 and International Track 200
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