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THE 2019 EPM LEADERSHIP SUMMIT FEB 11-14 ARIA LAS VEGAS - WHAT'S NEW? A VIP EPM TRANSFORMATION WORKSHOP EXPERIENCE

Posted by David Den Boer on Wed, Dec 26, 2018 @ 14:12 PM

This Year the EPM summit has a new Summit enhancing overlay for VIP attendees seeking the most value from the investment for their organization. It helps attendees connect the dots to apply the lessons learned in real time by going beyond tactical learnings of otherwise random tips and tricks you could expect from a content rich conference, to develop a cohesive Roadmap for their organization. This is a more intensive commitment for the attendees, but it should easily double the value potential of the event to your organization. It’s the glue that helps them position their organization to exploit the Summit more fully.

Topics: FUTURE OF SAP BPC, epm summit, sap bpc plugins, BPC11, BPC 11, Version for BW/4HANA, BPC PLUG-INS, EPM Roadmap, analytics tune up, BPCv10 embedded, EPM assessment, VIP, 2019 EPM LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

EPM and Analysis plug-ins Compared – critical information for the BPC 11 user

Posted by Richard Hynes on Fri, Nov 30, 2018 @ 23:11 PM

Since the last blog published on the differences between the EPM and Analysis plug-ins here (https://www.column5.com/blog/epm-vs-analysis-office), SAP has carried out much development activity on the Analysis for Office add-in, which is currently (October 2018) at version 2.7. As many clients are moving along the SAP roadmap towards SAP BPC 11, the necessity to review and understand the functionality offered by the Analysis for Office Add-in and its two components, the EPM and Analysis plug-ins, has become more urgent.

Topics: Analysis plug-in v2.7 for Office, sap bpc plugins

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