SAP S/4HANA Embedded Analytics

SAP S/4HANA Embedded Analytics: Experiences in the Field

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 302 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook (May 20, 2021)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1484270169
  • ISBN-13: 978-1484270165

eBook Description:

SAP S/4HANA Embedded Analytics: Experiences in the Field

Imagine you are a business user, consultant, or developer about to enter an SAP S/4HANA implementation project. You are well-versed with SAP’s product portfolio and you know that the preferred reporting option in S/4HANA is embedded analytics. But what exactly is embedded analytics? And how can it be implemented? And who can do it: a business user, a functional consultant specialized in financial or logistics processes? Or does a business intelligence expert or a programmer need to be involved? Good questions!

This book will answer these questions, one by one. It will also take you on the same journey that the implementation team needs to follow for every reporting requirement that pops up: start with assessing a more standard option and only move on to a less standard option if the requirement cannot be fulfilled. In consecutive chapters, analytical apps delivered by SAP, apps created using Smart Business Services, and Analytical Queries developed either using tiles or in a development environment are explained in detail with practical examples. The SAP S/4HANA Embedded Analytics book also explains which option is preferred in which situation. The book covers topics such as in-memory computing, cloud, UX, OData, agile development, and more.

What You Will Learn

  • Know the difference between static reporting and interactive querying on real-time data
  • Understand which options are available for analytics in SAP S/4HANA
  • Understand which option to choose in which situation
  • Know how to implement these options

Author Freek Keijzer writes from the perspective of an implementation consultant, focusing on functionality that has proven itself useful in the field. Practical examples are abundant, ranging from “codeless” to “hardcore coding.”


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