SAP BusinessObjects Mobile

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 6.5.12
  • Size: 134 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: SAP SE
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, Arabic, Czech, French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
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Make informed decisions based on targeted, personalized information anywhere and anytime with SAP BusinessObjects Mobile for iPhone and iPad. Keep your mobile workforce up to date with business insights by connecting to the SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform.

Key features of SAP BusinessObjects Mobile:
• Analyze key metrics and discover data trends with stunning visualizations
• Deliver SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence, SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards, SAP BusinessObjects Design Studio, SAP BusinessObjects Lumira, SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, and SAP Crystal Reports content to mobile devices
• Work seamlessly and securely both online and off-line
• Annotate and collaborate instantly with others

Note: To use SAP BusinessObjects Mobile with your business data, you must be a user of the SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence platform, with mobile services enabled by your IT department. You can try out the app first using sample data.

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4 Comments


  • TJ
    Tammy J N
    iTunes
    This release of MOBI (SAP BusinessObjects Mobile BI - June 2011) secures SAP's position as a top tier of leader in the Mobile BI space. The user interface took a major leap forward over MOBI for RIM. Many people will compare the user experience to that of Roambi, which is deserved, although SAP still has some user-based improvements to make...and I am sure they will in the coming months. For proof of SAP's ability to deliver a full-functioning, solid Mobile BI app, see how robust their their Explorer app is! All that said, the best feature of MOBI isn't its user interface. The best part of this app is how seamlessly it works with SAP's web-based BI tool - Webi. Web-based reports can be "mobile enabled" with incredible ease using MOBI. With this app, you don't have to develop "mobile reports" - you simply mobile-enable your existing reports. This feature makes the time-to-value highly compelling for MOBI vs. other apps. One last thing - my favorite report on MOBI is the "sparkline." Very nifty!
  • TJ
    Tammy J N
    iTunes
    This release of MOBI (SAP BusinessObjects Mobile BI - June 2011) secures SAP's position as a top tier of leader in the Mobile BI space. The user interface took a major leap forward over MOBI for RIM. Many people will compare the user experience to that of Roambi, which is deserved, although SAP still has some user-based improvements to make...and I am sure they will in the coming months. For proof of SAP's ability to deliver a full-functioning, solid Mobile BI app, see how robust their their Explorer app is! All that said, the best feature of MOBI isn't its user interface. The best part of this app is how seamlessly it works with SAP's web-based BI tool - Webi. Web-based reports can be "mobile enabled" with incredible ease using MOBI. With this app, you don't have to develop "mobile reports" - you simply mobile-enable your existing reports. This feature makes the time-to-value highly compelling for MOBI vs. other apps. One last thing - my favorite report on MOBI is the "sparkline." Very nifty!
  • TJ
    Tammy J N
    iTunes
    This release of MOBI (SAP BusinessObjects Mobile BI - June 2011) secures SAP's position as a top tier of leader in the Mobile BI space. The user interface took a major leap forward over MOBI for RIM. Many people will compare the user experience to that of Roambi, which is deserved, although SAP still has some user-based improvements to make...and I am sure they will in the coming months. For proof of SAP's ability to deliver a full-functioning, solid Mobile BI app, see how robust their their Explorer app is! All that said, the best feature of MOBI isn't its user interface. The best part of this app is how seamlessly it works with SAP's web-based BI tool - Webi. Web-based reports can be "mobile enabled" with incredible ease using MOBI. With this app, you don't have to develop "mobile reports" - you simply mobile-enable your existing reports. This feature makes the time-to-value highly compelling for MOBI vs. other apps. One last thing - my favorite report on MOBI is the "sparkline." Very nifty!
  • TJ
    Tammy J N
    iTunes
    This release of MOBI (SAP BusinessObjects Mobile BI - June 2011) secures SAP's position as a top tier of leader in the Mobile BI space. The user interface took a major leap forward over MOBI for RIM. Many people will compare the user experience to that of Roambi, which is deserved, although SAP still has some user-based improvements to make...and I am sure they will in the coming months. For proof of SAP's ability to deliver a full-functioning, solid Mobile BI app, see how robust their their Explorer app is! All that said, the best feature of MOBI isn't its user interface. The best part of this app is how seamlessly it works with SAP's web-based BI tool - Webi. Web-based reports can be "mobile enabled" with incredible ease using MOBI. With this app, you don't have to develop "mobile reports" - you simply mobile-enable your existing reports. This feature makes the time-to-value highly compelling for MOBI vs. other apps. One last thing - my favorite report on MOBI is the "sparkline." Very nifty!

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