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HP Global Supply Chain Systems implements AppSystems for SAP HANA

You may have heard us refer to HP AppSystems for SAP HANA as a game-changing solution and wondered how that could be. Well, for the HP Printing business’ Global Supply Chain Systems, it really has dramatically altered how and when data is accessed. Now, instead of waiting for daily snapshots of data and overnight batch reports, sales managers, supply chain managers, and planners have real-time or near-real-time data at their fingertips.

 

This HP AppSystems for SAP HANA case study gives you a good picture of how – and why – this was done. The biggest why is speed: Business people can run more queries, including ad hoc ones, 11 times faster than with the previous process. And data from source systems is available 54 times faster. Sounds like a game-changer to me!

 

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