As you prepare to migrate your business warehouse (BW) from ECC to SAP HANA, you will need to consider various aspects of the planning process for a successful migration. While this post may be a bit short to list every element to contemplate, the focus is on those key aspects to ensure the smoothest migration possible.
SAP Business Warehouse (BW) powered by HANA also known as BW on HANA (BWoH) is SAP’s data modeling, warehousing, and reporting tool built on the HANA database. SAP BW on HANA (BWoH) runs on the HANA database and therefore it is simpler and faster.
SAP S/4HANA delivers massive simplifications (customer adoption, data model, user experience, decision making, business processes and models) and innovations (Internet of Things, Big Data, business networks, and mobile-first) to help businesses Run Simple in the digital economy
SAP Suite on HANA can help customers simplify IT by bringing together analytics and transactions for reduced total cost of ownership. Since SAP HANA provides a unique ability to deal effectively with both transactional and analytical workloads.
In the 2nd and final installment of this Blog series, we will create a new Qlik app and load the data from an Excel file. We learn how to create Qlik data sheets with Bar Charts to customize the interaction the app.
In this 2 part Blog series we will take a deep dive into QLIK Desktop. In Part #1, we will go thru all the steps you need to understand when creating a new QLIK Desktop App. In Part #2 of the Blog we will cover data sheets and stories to customize the interaction of your app.
Qlik is a self-service business intelligence tool that most users without any specialized training or skills can use easily. Its functions are viable for many business uses from human resources, marketing on up to the C-suite.