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SAP Business One Is To Be Offered On SAP HANA Soon

Written By: Aleksey Osintsev
Published On: March 7 2013

sap-logo.jpgSAP is steadily and consistently expanding its SAP HANA–powered business software offerings. As it has been announced at CeBIT 2013, one of the world's major computer and electronic industry trade shows, in Hanover, Germany, SAP's Business One version for SAP HANA is now available in restricted shipment mode. Obviously, it will become a commercial version pretty soon.

This move fully fits SAP's strategy on leveraging impressive capabilities of this innovative and perspective in-memory computing platform, and follows similar announcements made with regard to the SAP ERP and SAP CRM applications. What is especially interesting in this case is that SAP Business One ERP software is designed for small to medium businesses (SMBs), which historically have not been usually pioneering the newest technology, although complexity and volumes of data of their businesses could also be significant. Now this category of organizations has access to SAP HANA. This means SMB market players, similarly to users of the larger SAP ERP package, will also be able to run their ERP software dramatically faster, have real-time visibility of their business processes, and, of course, analyze transactional data more effectively. It will also technically enable access for smaller-sized companies to "big data" analysis, allowing for processing different types of information from various sources.

All these technologies together have enormous potential, and the business community is now just taking its first cautious steps in using them. It is quite exciting that SBMs would have the freedom of opting for in-memory technology for their corporate ERP software.
 
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