SAP 4.0 Portfolio Globally Available Allowing Enterprise Collaboration

 SAP announced the global general availability of the 4.0 releases of business intelligence and enterprise information management solutions from the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio, including the 4.0 release of SAP BusinessObjects Edge BI software.

The solutions demonstrate the future of analytics with real-time, mobile and social capabilities to help organizations better understand their businesses and make confident, data-driven decisions.

The 4.0 releases unlock valuable insights for office users and users on the go. The release includes innovations such as mobile BI for iPad and planned enhancements such as location-based analytics enabled by Google Maps integration, enabling customers to analyze and visualize business and social data.

The new BI solutions have been designed adjacent with the 4.0 release of SAP BusinessObjects EIM solutions, as well as SAP HANA appliance software to enable customers to perform real-time analytics on big data.

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