SAP partners with ESRI to deliver Real-Time Spatial Data Analysis with SAP HANA

SAP’s spatial partnership!

SAP¬†is one of the well known brands across the globe for their enterprise software and business management solutions. What is the next BIG thing in the information technology domain? Certainly, its the location revolution ūüėČ

SAP announced it’s partnership with ESRI in the ESRI International 2013 Conference¬†that is currently underway. Spatial data analysis has always been a powerful and informative one.¬†Location Based Analytics, Visualization, Services and Solutions are the order of the day and SAP has invested its money where it ought to be!

SAP partners with ESRI mainly to integrate geospatial content with its Business Objects solution. A picture is worth a thousand words and an informative map is worth a million more!

GIS has been around for years now, the limitation in processing power of computers for visualizations of powerful maps and location based analytics has challenged the widespread use of such technologies but with all these limitations becoming a thing of the past. Geospatial technologies will play a very important role in Business Analytics in the coming years.

“SAP plans to provide real-time high-performance processing of spatial data with SAP HANA, a single platform for transactions, analytics and big data.¬†By integrating with the Esri ArcGIS platform across SAP HANA, SAP BusinessObjects BI platform and SAP Mobile Platform, and by enriching SAP Business Suite applications with spatial content, we want to enable customers to combine the added dimension of location information with enterprise data, in real time. This will give businesses a new level of immediacy in their decision-making capabilities and will increase their competitive advantage.”¬†¬†Steve Lucas, executive vice president and general manager, Analytics, Database and Platform, SAP.

Source: ITBusinessEdge

I am one of those passionate "Geo-geeks" and "Geo-people" who is just too excited about everything Geo and Management. Location information and spatial technologies are just too big to take a back seat and watch them revolutionize the world. Always curious and looking for ways to innovate, I guess that it comes naturally by the gene pool I inherited from an engineer Mom and a researcher Dad.



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