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SAP Achieves Leadership Position for Mobile Business Intelligence

February 10, 2016 by SAP News 205

WALLDORF  SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that it has achieved leader status in the 2015 edition of Dresner Advisory Services’ “Wisdom of Crowds Mobile Computing/Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study.”

The study compared 24 vendors with mobile business intelligence offerings, evaluating mobile platform support and integration, business intelligence features and customer ratings. SAP achieved the highest overall score. This is the fourth consecutive year SAP has ranked in the top three positions in Dresner Advisory’s annual assessment of the mobile BI landscape.

“Our Wisdom of Crowds reports provide tremendous insights from actual users of business technology, giving readers an unbiased view of the vendor landscape and the various features and functionality available in the market,” said Howard Dresner, founder and chief research officer, Dresner Advisory Services. “We congratulate SAP on their position within the Mobile Computing/Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study.”

The SAP BusinessObjects Mobile app provides secure access to critical business intelligence on any device, in any location, allowing users to stay competitive in today’s global, “always-on” business environment. Key abilities the mobile app supports include:

  • Analyzing key metrics and uncovering data trends
  • Working seamlessly in both connected and disconnected modes
  • Sharing business insights instantly with others
  • Interacting with stunning new visualizations

Click here to download the SAP BusinessObjects Mobile app.

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Media Contact:

Samantha Finnegan, SAP, +1 (415) 377-0475, samantha.finnegan@sap.com, ET

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