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Middle Eastern firms to gain real-time insights with new SAP suite

10/02/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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Leading software group SAP’s Business Suite 4 SAP Hana (SAP S/4Hana), the next-generation business suite, is set to help Middle East customers run simple.

SAP S/4Hana is a new product fully built on the advanced in-memory platform, SAP Hana and has been designed on the most modern design principles with SAP Fiori user experience (UX) for mobile devicesm said a statement.

It will bring innovations and simplifications to customers, combined with over 40 years of experience across industries, in a completely reimagined business suite only possible with SAP Hana.

It will offer cloud, on premise and hybrid deployment options to provide maximum choice to customers.

Bill McDermott, chief executive officer of SAP, said: “Today SAP is redefining the concept of enterprise resource planning for the 21st century. SAP S/4Hana is about uniting software and people to build businesses that run real-time, networked and simple.

“When Hasso Plattner invented SAP Hana, we knew the day would come for SAP Business Suite to be reinvented for the digital age. At a moment when businesses around the world need to enter new markets and engage with their consumers in any channel, there’s now an innovation platform designed to drive their growth. This is an historic day and we believe it marks the beginning of the end for the 20th century IT stack and all the complexity that came with it.”

The new suite is built only for SAP Hana in order to break through all limitations of the past and it fully leverages the latest in-memory and real-time capabilities of SAP Hana.

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