This guide to SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards 4.0 (formerly Xcelsius )is a cookbook packed full of practical recipes written in a clear, concise manner with annotated examples to empower readers to quickly accomplish specific dashboard tasks. If you are a developer with a good command and knowledge of creating dashboards, but are not yet an advanced Dashboard Design user, then this is the perfect book for you. You should have a good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel as well as knowledge of basic dashboard practices, though experience of Dashboard Design as a specific dashboard tool is not essential.
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David Lai is an SAP Business Objects Consultant from Toronto, Canada.
He has a degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Toronto.
He currently specializes in SAP Business Objects and Data Warehousing work for clients which include SAP Crystal Dashboard Design (Xcelsius), Universe Design, and Web Intelligence.
David has a passion for data visualization and best design practices with dashboards, which has led him to create his blog in 2008, as well as co-author Myxcelsius.com and finally author "Final Cookbook name".
David also enjoys speaking at conferences about best dashboard practices and making sense out of data.
In his spare time he loves to spend time on many physical activities such as working out at the gym, salsa dancing, rock climbing, basketball and volleyball.
Xavier Hacking is a SAP BI consultant from Eindhoven, The Netherlands and has a master's degree in Industrial Engineering and Management Science from the Eindhoven University of Technology. He has worked with a range of products from the SAP Business Intelligence portfolio, including SAP BW and SAP Crystal Dashboard Design (Xcelsius). He enjoys to develop BI solutions that enable people to do their work in a better and more productive way
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