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Thứ Ba, 28 tháng 1, 2014

Teradata launches end-to-end Big Data solution for SAP shops - SiliconANGLE (blog)

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Data warehousing giant Teradata is hoping to carve out a bigger slice of the quarter-million-strong SAP customer base with a new bundle of products and services designed to help companies collapse their legacy information silos while sustaining existing IT investments.


The offering, branded as Teradata Analytics for SAP, consists of nearly two dozen modules split into three categories: finance, sales and supply chain management, and human resources and data quality reporting. Together, these components enable users to combine information from their business intelligence (BI) apps with financial metrics and unstructured data directly in the Teradata Database, which packs more than 1,000 built-in analytics functions. This saves practitioners the trouble of transforming data and moving it back and forth from separate analytics tools, a complex process that takes up time and resources better spent elsewhere.


“The integration of SAP-system’s data into the Teradata Database will enable our customers to leverage high-value, predictive analytics and see their entire organization in a new way and guide it forward. They will be able to move from operational reporting to creating a vision for the future,” Scott Gnau, the president of Teradata Labs, said in a statement. “Teradata Analytics for SAP can be rapidly deployed and easily maintained, it also reduces IT complexity and cost.”


Teradata Analytics is labeled as an out-of-the-box solution that can be rolled out one module at a time and maintained without specialized talent, an ideal combination for slow moving enterprise clients. The platform ships with a total of 150 dashboards and business reports in 17 categories, ranging from accounting through plant maintenance optimization to time sheet analysis, and implements an “open design” that makes it possible to add additional data sources as needed.



Maria Deutscher is a staff writer for SiliconAngle covering the enterprise cloud space. If you have a story idea or news tip, please send it to @SiliconAngle on Twitter.







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