One of SAP ERP’s greatest strengths is that it was architected to be a global, expandable ERP solution featuring deep industry and vertical market customizations. Unfortunately, BI implementations on SAP historically have been famous for a high total cost of ownership, increased deployment risk, and difficult integrations with other data sources. But not anymore.
The rapid deployment and user extensible reporting and analytics framework eliminates those concerns.
Irrelevant of the modules you are leveraging: Production Planning, Sales and Distribution, Financial Accounting, and more the Blueprints will provide you with a kick start to deliver end to end business process analytics like Procure-to-Pay, Order-to-Cash, and Hire-to-Retire to name a few. Building on functional Blueprints for activities like Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable or Order Management.
Join Matthew Halliday, Incorta Co-Founder and VP of Products, as he explores the many ways DDM transcends the limitations of its ETL and ELT predecessors to finally make continuous, high-fidelity enterprise analytics a reality.
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