Business Intelligence Courses for End-users

BEX_300 BW BEx-Web Reporting (Web-based)

This course is intended to familiarize users with the SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW): Business Explorer Web Application (BEx-Web) environment. Topics covered:

  • Getting into BEx-Web
  • Screen Navigation
  • Dealing with Parameters
  • Data Analysis
  • Drill downs
  • Filters
  • Saving Changes
  • Exporting to Excel
  • Graphs
  • Reporting Requirements Document

BEX_300 is available online on the myHelp web site.

BEX_SLCM_300 BEx-Web Reporting for SLCM Users

This course will cover the same content as BEX_300, but will be geared to SLCM users. Selected SLCM data will be used in queries in the class.

Note: Participants must already have a SLCM role in SAP/IRIS and completion of UK_100 and SLCM_200 is a plus.

BEX_305 BEx-Analyzer for Power Users

This course is intended to familiarize Power Users with the SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW): Business Explorer-Analyzer (BEx-Analyzer). After attending this class, participants should be able to create, run, modify, and save BEx Queries in the production environment. Participants must pass a skills test to obtain the Power User Role in Production.

Note: BEX_300 (or BEX_SLCM_300) is a prerequisite for BEX_305.

BEX_SLCM_305 BEx-Analyzer for SLCM Power Users

This course is intended to familiarize SLCM Power Users with the SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW): Business Explorer-Analyzer (BEx-Analyzer). After attending this class, participants should be able to create, run, modify, and save BEx Queries in the production environment. Participants must pass a skills test to obtain the Power User Role in Production.

Note: Participants must already have a SLCM role in SAP/IRIS and completion of UK_100 and SLCM_200 is a plus. BEX_SLCM_300 (or BEX_300) is a prerequisite for BEX_SLCM_305.

BI_BOBJ_200 Business Objects for End Users

Business Objects is a new reporting environment being offered on the myUK portal. It uses a web interface with an interactive-mode for power users, and a display mode for end users. It supports conditional formatting, alerts, and drill-downs. Business Objects also provides the ability to join multiple data sources to create ad-hoc reports (not taught in this course, however).

This optional course focuses on how the end user displays and updates a Business Objects report, including an overview of available exporting options. Topics include an overview of the BOBJ screens, changing variables, exporting a report, and tracking data changes.

Note: This course is NOT required to receive BOBJ End User access. If you do not have access to Business Objects reports and would like to have access, please check with your Business Officer or Area Security Officer (ASO). Your ASO will have to authorize your access.

BI_BOBJ_300 Business Objects for Power Users

Business Objects is a new reporting environment being offered on the myUK portal. It uses a web interface with an interactive-mode for power users, and a display mode for end users. It supports conditional formatting, alerts, and drill-downs. Business Objects also provides the ability to join multiple data sources to create ad-hoc reports (not taught in this course, however).

This course focuses on how to run, modify, and create a Business Objects report, including an overview of the reporting and editing options that are available.

Note: UK_100 and BI_BOBJ_200 are prerequisites for BI_BOBJ_300.

BI_BOBJ_301 BOBJ Lab for Power Users

Note: This course MUST be on your training plan in order to take it!

BOBJ Lab for Power Users is the laboratory course which is the supplement course to BI_BOBJ_300 disgned to provide system access to Power Users.

This course provides the user with the opportunity to practices skills taught in BI_BOBJ_300 including running, modifying, and creating a Business Objects report.

Note: UK_100, any level 200 Overview course, BI_BOBJ_200, and BI_BOBJ_300 are prerequisites for BI_BOBJ_301.

Updated: 5/30/2012

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