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 (MST) time on Thursday, November 19th.

Attendance is FREE, but please register for your unique join link.


Zoom. Register above for your unique join link. We will also be sending out a YouTube link the day of the event for those that cannot access Zoom.


1:00 – 1:05 pm  | Welcome & Announcements

1:05 – 1:35 pm | Different ways to Crystallize Crystal Reports – Rajesh Ponnurangam, InfoSol Inc

Join this session to find out some of the interesting ways Crystal Reports can utilized for reporting needs. One of our senior consultants, Rajesh Ponnurangam, will be presenting a case study of how Crystal Reports is utilized by a state government to automate parking violations and code enforcement letters. This session will also cover tips and tricks for designing pixel perfect Crystal reports.

1:35 – 2:05 pm |Building a Data Warehouse BI Solution in the Cloud in 9 Months from Scratch – Tyler Koitka, InfoSol Inc

This session will cover the challenges and lessons learned of delivering a new modern DW/BI system in just 9 months. We will cover all angles of the project such as methodology, architecture, design, technologies used and the actual deliverables. As well-doing all this during the current work environment of COVID-19.

2:05 – 2:20 pm | Break & Networking

2:20 – 2:50 pm | Intuitive Report filtering with Element Linking – Roxanne Pittman, InfoSol Inc

Setting up Element Linking in Webi Reports is easy and can greatly expand your on-report filtering options. From “dashboard” like menu selectors to chart “drilling”, this often overlooked functionality in Webi is a cool tool for the Webi report developer. This session will show  creative ways of using Element Linking to drive decisions and expand insights in Web Intelligence.

2:50 – 3:20 pm | Unraveling a BusinessObjects Performance Issue: A Detective Story – Amy O’Neel, InfoSol Inc

As applications like BusinessObjects grow in scope and functionality, new parts become vital to the function of the whole and performance can suffer.  Our managed services audits are often employed to fix performance issues despite also providing detailed documentation and best practices. We often provide a list of about 10-20 priority steps for better performance or user experience and an additional 10-20 lower priority steps. Although every site is different, we will walk through a few of the scenarios we’ve recently audited and the steps involved in finding solutions.

3:20 – 3:30 pm | Raffle

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