Accelerating the Industrial Internet of Things
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SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud Service

SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud Service
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January, 2014 (5 years ago)
January, 2014 (5 years ago)
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Achieve simplicity with new technologies that dramatically streamline and even replace complex, expensive IT architectures.
SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud is a fully scalable and secure cloud private cloud offering available only from SAP. It gives you the full power of SAP HANA in a private, managed cloud environment that is supported by the most knowledgeable resources in the industry – from infrastructure to applications. The benefits include:

- Simplicity through rapid deployment
- Experience through supporting 3000+ databases under management
- Optimization through support for each customer’s landscape
- Peace of mind through an integrated support model
- Innovation through a comprehensive cloud portfolio
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Tradition of Innovation for a Future of Success
Tradition of Innovation for a Future of Success
Schaidt Innovations was purely a production site with no ERP IT infrastructure when started. So the company needed an ERP system and there was no time for a long, drawn-out implementation. And Schaidt did not have the resources or funding to invest in ERP IT development, customization, and support.
Downtime of automated systems cut by 28% at Brillux paint plant
Downtime of automated systems cut by 28% at Brillux paint plant
Paint and coatings specialist Brillux is a manufacturer of painting products in central Europe. The company's warehouse and distribution operations include a fully automated conveyor system controlled by Siemens SIMATIC automated process controllers and a traditional MLOG SCADA system to reduce downtime.
Accelerate Production for Spirit AeroSystems
Accelerate Production for Spirit AeroSystems
The manufacture and assembly of massive fuselage assemblies and other large structures generates a river of data. In fact, the bill of materials for a single fuselage alone can be millions of rows of data. In-house production processes and testing, as well as other manufacturers and customers created data flows that overwhelmed previous processes and information systems. Spirit’s customer base had grown substantially since their 2005 divestiture from Boeing, resulting in a $41 billion backlog of orders to fill. To address this backlog, meet increased customer demands and minimize additional capital investment, the company needed a way to improve throughput in the existing operational footprint. Spirit had a requirement from customers to increase fuselage production by 30%. To accomplish this goal, Spirit needed real-time information on its value chain and workflow. However, the two terabytes of data being pulled from their SAP ECC was unmanageable and overloaded their business warehouse. It had become time-consuming and difficult to pull aggregate data, disaggregate it for the needed information and then reassemble to create a report. During the 6-8 hours it took to build a report, another work shift (they run three per day) would have already taken place, thus the report content was out-of-date before it was ever delivered. As a result, supervisors often had to rely on manual efforts to provide charts, reports and analysis.
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