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For decades following its inception in 1972, SAP has built and burnished its reputation as a maker of ERP software. Over the years, however, SAP has sought to move past a reputation of being a major player in on-premises ERP by embracing more cutting-edge technologies including mobility, analytics and cloud to meet changing customer demands and expectations.
Nowhere is SAP staking its future success more than on its SAP HANA in-memory database platform, which SAP created to allow customers to run analytical and transactional processing off of the same in-memory database -- all at hyper-fast speeds. This guide takes an in-depth look at how SAP is remaking its ERP software in the SAP HANA model, what makes it unique and what customers need to know about the potential -- and the pitfalls -- of the technology. Access >>>
Table of contents
- The answer's HANA; What was your SAP ERP question?
- Customers hold key to SAP Business Suite on HANA success
- In-memory technology pushes boundaries, boosts BI speed
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