Business Objects XI, with components that provide performance management, planning, reporting, query and analysis and enterprise information management. Business Objects also offers consulting and education services to help customers deploy its business intelligence projects. Other toolsets enable universes (the Business Objects name for a semantic layer between the physical data store and the front-end reporting tool) and ready-written reports to be stored centrally and made selectively available to communities of users.

SAP BO Online Training Course Content:
    Features of BO
    Advantages of using BO
    Modules summary
    Bo XI administration
    Bo XI enterprise architecture
    Creating folders, users and groups
    Publishing and configuring content
Designer xi module:
    Designer interface
    Simple universe creation
    Objects & classes
    Loops & contexts
    Semantic layer
    Create and maintain universe

Web intelligence XI:
    What is web intelligence?
    Features of BOs Web Intelligence
    Creating and editing web intelligence documents
    Building prompt filters and quires
    Inserting and formatting tables & charts
    Organizing data in report
    Difference between web intelligence and desktop intelligence
    Business view xi administrator
    Introduction to business views
    Business views architecture
    Quick start creating a business view
    Using the business view manager
    Managing the BO enterprise repository
    Creating data connections
    Creating dynamic connections
    Managing data foundations
    Managing business elements
    Dynamic prompts and cascading lists of values
    Managing business views
    Business views security concepts

Desk top intelligence:
    Introduction to Desktop intelligence XI
    What is new in DI XI
    Designing a sample DI report
    Filtering and storing data 
    Using charts
    Slice and dice drill option

Crystal reports:
    Creating reports
    Selecting records
    Organizing data on reports
    Formatting & section formatting
    Creating basic and complex formulas
    Using variables and arrays
    Using report templates
    Applying conditional reporting
    Building parameterized and specialized reports
    Summarizing data with cross tabs
    Using report sections
    Representing data visually
    Managing reports
    Distributing reports
    Using repository and repository data sources
    Report processing