Fujitsu Limited and SAP AG today announced they are jointly developing a Japanese-language version of the recently launched SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand solution, which will be..."/> Fujitsu and SAP to Launch Japanese Version of SaaS Business Intelligence Solution
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Fujitsu and SAP to Launch Japanese Version of SaaS Business Intelligence Solution


Fujitsu Limited and SAP AG today announced they are jointly developing a Japanese-language version of the recently launched SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand solution, which will be made available to the Japanese market using the cloud environment of Fujitsu.

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SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) business intelligence (BI) solution addressing the previously unmet market need for a single product that equips users with a complete, integrated BI toolset. SAP started SaaS BI solution in 2006 and currently has more than 260,000 subscribers.

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With this solution, people can easily access all of their on-demand and on-premise data with little to no prior experience or training. Since SAP BusinessObjects Explorer software capabilities are included, users can quickly access and navigate business data from any source. A Japanese version of SAP BusinessObjects BI OnDemand, currently in development by Fujitsu and SAP, is scheduled to be released in the Japanese market in May 2010 using the cloud environment of Fujitsu.

The solution will enable customers to use on-demand offerings from the SAP BusinessObjects portfolio without having to build their own systems, realizing comprehensive information usage quickly, at a low-scaling cost. Additionally, in combination with other SaaS services, new forms of information usage in the cloud will be made possible.

For dealing with changes in operating environments, timely management decisions and job-site operations, a hot topic surrounding information systems concerns information analysis and effective information usage, as well as internal and external information sharing. This has brought SaaS BI solutions into focus for the collection and analysis of various types of information, which can be put to practical use in all business phases from enterprise management to job-site operations.

In the age of cloud computing, however, requisite information resides not only on mission-critical systems but is dispersed across the cloud environment and individual computers. This latest offering of SaaS BI solutions enables users to collect this information - as well as combine, analyze and share it - to achieve a new information-usage model.

The two companies have been promoting joint operations in ERP applications around the world as global partners and now will deepen their cooperation as global strategic partners also in BI applications through these new strategic joint operations.

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