SAP HANA Services
- Build SAP HANA 1.0 Analytics
- Build strategy for SAP HANA 1.0
- Manage SAP HANA 1.0 at customer site
- Manage and Maintain SAP HANA from a technical and application perspective
RITNOA's SAP HANA Solution Delivers Following :
The SAP In-Memory Appliance (SAP HANA) enables business departments to analyze business as it happens. Individuals can create very flexible analytic models based on real-time data originating from business applications. In order to cover for the full spectrum of information which might be relevant for business, data from other sources like SAP BW or 3rd party databases can also be brought in and mashed up
Align SAP HANA Solutions plans with B.I. Strategy
We explain SAP HANA In Memory Computing (Row Store, Column Store, Persistency Layer, Architectural Concept)
HANA based Real-time Operational Analytics
HANA based Agile Data Marts for Rapid Prototyping with Analytic Models
New Modeling Paradigm in order to provide agility and flexibility from business question to report
In Memory Computing (Administration and Monitoring)
What Benefits SAP HANA Can Provide?
SAP’s In-Memory Appliance (SAP HANA) enables organizations to instantly explore and analyze all of their transactional and analytical data from virtually any data source in near real-time.
RITNOA’s SAP BusinessObjects 4
Solutions’ Implementation GOALS
RITNOA’s Project tasks involve supporting BusinessObjects TM Enterprise business users and groups so they can access corporate data through the web portal in BusinessObjects Enterprise 4.
This corporate data can take the form of Crystal Reports, BusinessObjects Web Intelligence, or Desktop Intelligence documents, Voyager workspaces, program objects, object packages, and popular third-party objects, such as Microsoft Word and Excel files, among others.
Note RITNOA consulting also provides the services of maintaining BusinessObjects Enterprise servers, which is covered during implementations of the BusinessObjects Enterprise XI 3.0/3.1
The business benefit of RITNOA’s BOBJ Implementation is that it provides a foundation for system architects/administrators to effectively manage both users and content on the BusinessObjects Enterprise platform BusinessObjects Edge Series XI 3.0/3.1 / 4
Any product differences between BusinessObjects Edge and BusinessObjects Enterprise are outlined within the our pre implementation so you understand which areas do not apply to your deployment.
A document with more information about these differences and how this implementation applies to you is included on our documentation
Our BOBJ 4 implementations demonstrate the new user rights features available and how they differ from the user rights features found in XI 3.1