You and your colleagues are invited to join us at the next information packed Arizona Business Objects User Group (AZBOCUG) meeting. This user group will run from 1:00pm to 3:30pm AZ time on Thursday, November 9th. You can register below for free.

We are excited to announce that we plan on running this user group in-person. Attending is free, but please register for count purposes below:

Location:
ASU SkySong
1475 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 200 Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Conference Room 341

Agenda:

12:30-1:00 pm | Registration and Networking

1:00-1:30 pm | What’s Coming Next in BusinessObjects BI 4.3 – Paul Grill & Roxanne Pittman, InfoSol

A sneak preview of some of the new features and functions planned for the next major service pack of BI 4.3, namely SP04 expected to be released at the end of this year. Once again, there is a LOT of new functionality and enhancements

1:30-2:00 pm | Real World Examples of How Webi 4.3 SP03 New Filtering Capabilities Can Be Used – Runali Ghosh, InfoSol

A look at some of the new filtering capabilities available with Web Intelligence 4.3 SP03 and how they can be used to make your life easier. This includes looking at the new filtering capability of Intra-document linking and also the InputControlFilter and ElementLinkingFilter functions recently added.

2:00-2:30 pm | Networking Break

2:30-2:55 pm | Use of icons and images in Web Intelligence – and how it is much easier and more professional in 4.3 – Roxanne Pittman, InfoSol

There have been a lot of improvements in the area of images and icons in Web Intelligence as part of its evolution towards dashboarding and data visualization in addition to its powerful reporting and ad-hoc query capabilities. In this session we will  build several reports showing creative ways to use ICONS in 4.3 and also ways of using images from a file or URL.

2:55-3:20 pm | Why BusinessObjects is experiencing success again: Roundtable Discussion – Paul Grill, InfoSol

BusinessObjects is making yet another resurgence and has become increasingly popular again in the last year. Rather than being replaced with PowerBI or Tableau, it is staying in a state of co-existence within most organizations today. This interactive roundtable will discuss the reasons behind this and why its future continues to look so bright.

3:20-3:30 pm | Wrap-up and Raffle

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