3 Time-Saving Results of Using SAP HANA with SAP NetWeaver BW

  • by Prakash Darji, Vice President and General Manager, Data Warehousing Solutions and SAP HANA Platform, SAP
  • March 12, 2012
Gain an understanding of how using SAP HANA as part of SAP NetWeaver BW may reduce the time IT and your system spend on data loading, maintenance, and modeling.

Traditionally, most of the cost associated with managing and maintaining a data warehouse has been in the time and staffing it takes for IT departments to manage the business warehouse environment. With SAP HANA, IT departments can save time on the management and maintenance of SAP NetWeaver BW. This results in potential cost savings through reduction in expensive operational tasks (e.g., indexing and tuning), increased loading performance, simplified maintenance, and greater modeling flexibility. I elaborate on these points below.

In my BI Expert article, “How SAP NetWeaver BW Running on HANA Changes Business Processes,” I discuss how SAP HANA can alter your business set-ups. The key changes for business are improved reporting performance, real-time data access, and the ability to simulate and plan faster.

Prakash Darji

Prakash Darji is an experienced professional with more than 10 years of end-to-end experience in enterprise software. He has a broad depth of experience including corporate strategy, sales, product management, architecture, and development. He has experience in product launch activities, including positioning, packaging, and pricing. He has delivered numerous product releases in a variety of capacities through his career. He thrives on building high-performing, scalable teams to achieve strategic deliverables, whether they close strategic sales deals, roll in product features, or roll out new releases. He is a recurring author for several publications and a speaker at SAP conferences around the world. Prakash is on LinkedIn at http://www.linkedin.com/in/prakashdarji.

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