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some analysis by department and then forecast the planned costs. These different activities require the use of a number of data analysis functions. Therefore, an Analytical Application is required. This can be a combination of any of the different source systems integrated into the Enterprise Portal. SAP Visual Composer is a web-based visual modeling tool that enables the business analyst to quickly create and adapt sophisticated application content, without coding. Visual Composer minimizes the effort and time required to create an application, resulting in faster go live decision-making, and is a part of an Analytical Application. As the target users for Visual Composer, business analysts are defined as the key users in customer organizations, possessing in-depth knowledge and understanding of the business unit s operations and core processes. Using their understanding of the business requirements and knowledge of their company software to accomplish the various business tasks, the business analysts use Visual Composer as an easily learned tool to map out the logical flow of the required applications. Visual Composer has been designed as an applicationmodeling tool that augments other existing SAP tools, such as SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio and BI Web Application Designer. A leading feature of Visual Composer is that it can accept datasources from a range of different back-end systems (the SAP system, SAP BI systems, JDBC-connected systems, and others) into the same model. It can also compile the models into different UI technologies, such as Web Dynpro and Adobe Flex. A good example of this can be seen in Figure 17-1, which shows a completed Visual Composer web screen. As you can see, the information is broken down into different levels (based on the toolbar items): Country, Sales Organization, and Customer. The user can toggle from one
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FIGURE 17-1 Visual Composer web-based report
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level to another. This information can come from different sources for example, BI from the Country level, CRM from the Sales Organization level, and ECC from the Customer level but all are available in one integrated screen. Using the Geographical Analysis button, we can drill down to a different view of the data, as shown here. In this view of the information, additional drilldowns can be done based on the buttons on this screen: Monthly Comparison, Customers, World, and Broadcast. This geographical analysis is enabled by the use of the GIS process (for details, see 13 on Advanced BEx Processes).
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The following illustration shows the results of a drilldown from the main report to the report at the Sales Organization level. Additional details by sales organization are available here, and with just a click on any of the sales organizations, the data will immediately change and display the details at that level.
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The following illustration shows the results of a drilldown to the Munich sales organization and the immediate access to its detailed information.
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Analysis at the Customer level, with the use of a tachometer-type analysis, is also available. Adding to this information are the details of the customer, including country, city, postal code, and street address, as shown next. This information could very well come from an operational system rather than a data warehouse.
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As a final example of the types of web-based reports that can be generated with VC, we have the ability to analyze ongoing processes and execute alerts for the different statuses of orders, as shown next. You can see that this is an example of managing an unloading process and that the different activities are divided into the following tabs: Unloading, Sorting,
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Loading, Distance. The status of each activity is displayed, and the expected arrival time, actual arrival time, and so on are available for the different users to perform their tasks and responsibilities.
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