Find your financial planning path with SAP Analytics Cloud!

Extending SAP BPC Financial Planning with SAP Analytics Cloud

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75 pages, E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
ISBN 978-1-4932-2054-0
SAP BPC customers, it’s time to go to the cloud! Extend your SAP BPC financial planning processes with SAP Analytics Cloud. Explore your transition options—direct or in stages—and discover how your path differs depending on your SAP BPC model type. Whether you’re running standard or embedded SAP BPC, see how to perform each extension, step by step!
  • Transition your FP&A to the cloud with Extend Planning
  • Explore your options: import/export, write-back, SAP BW, and more
  • Extend your standard or embedded SAP BPC implementation

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Pravin Datar is a senior director of analytics product management for SAP Analytics, where he is responsible for product strategy, co-innovations, and enablement for SAP Analytics Cloud.

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