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SAP Releases Business Intelligence Bundle

Offering is based on the SAP HANA platform

SAP has engineered a new tool to help organizations make sense of big data using business intelligence reporting and analysis software.

The offering based on the SAP HANA platform combines process technology and operational intelligence solutions to contextualize big data insights, SAP said Wednesday.

“The full value of big data only comes when you embed its insights in your business processes,” said Sanjay Chikarmane, senior vice president and general manager of global technology solutions at SAP.

“With the new intelligent business operations offering, we aim to help organizations to make use of big data in real time to run their processes more efficiently and intelligently,” he added.

The intelligent business operations bundle includes:

  • SAP Operational Process Intelligence software
  • SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration software
  • SAP Event Stream Processor
  • SAP PowerDesigner software

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