On Nov 29, 2012, ASUG (the North American SAP User Group) and Sweetlets SAP Portal Apps will hold a special webinar for ASUG members on monitoring SAP NetWeaver Portal usage with the Click Stream analytics tool.
Note: Attendees must be ASUG members to attend the webcast as access to these sessions are a benefit to members. Please create an ASUG.com login/profile to take part if you don’t have one already.
Extracting usage statistics from within the SAP NetWeaver Portal is a routine operation for savvy IT and portal admins who like to have a handle on exactly what is happening within their portal. However, this can be a very time consuming and costly process without the right tool(s). Thankfully, Sweetlets developed an SAP Certified, plug-n-play portal app called Click Stream analytics, to solve this pressing problem. We’ll prey apart this business package and take a deeper look at what makes this app so easy to use when gathering your vital portal statistics.
Attendees are also able to submit any questions throughout the webcast using the Q&A panel on the right side of the screen. Take this opportunity to talk to a couple of portal experts on how to get the most out of your SAP Portal.
(From the ASUG website) The Americas’ SAP Users’ Group (ASUG) is the world’s largest independent SAP users’ group. We represent more than 130,000 individuals at 3,500 companies in 17 industries across the SAP ecosystem; customers, as well as partners and solution providers.
Click Stream – The very first alternative to the standard SAP Portal Activity Report (PAR) and Activity Data Collector (ADC) for tracking your portal usage.
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The founding members of Sweetlets were involved in the very first SAP Portal installation way back in 2002 (SAP Enterprise Portal 5.0 together with SAP). Today, Sweetlets focuses exclusively on user-friendly business packages developed specifically for the SAP Portal – providing software and support in a wide range of industries and serving portals up to 150,000 users strong.