Make Analyzing the ImpossiblePossible with SAP HANAChristopher Curtis, Global Vice President, SAP HANA Services
Big Data is still a big problem!From a technical problem to a business opportunity                                        ...
SAP provides the technical answerSAP solutions for big data processing                             Empower your           ...
Making mission “im”possible  mission possibleBeyond technical challenges to real business value                       Ins...
Are you listening to what your data has to tell you?Big Data insights powered by SAP HANACustomer Public sectorBusiness c...
Are your business processes optimized?Optimized business process powered by SAP HANACustomer AirlineBusiness challenge P...
Are you confident in your decisions?Optimized decision making powered by SAP HANACustomer RetailerBusiness challenge Ide...
What if you could model the future?Big Data predictive functionalities powered by SAP HANACustomer Manufacturing companyB...
SAP Services organization for mission “im”possible scenariosHelping you address your Big Data analytic opportunities      ...
Three key takeaways                                                Big Data is a BIG business opportunity!                ...
Christopher CurtisGlobal Vice PresidentHead of SAP HANA ServicesF +1-610-661-7352M +1-612-845-3730christopher.curtis@sap.com
© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any pur...
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  1. 1. Make Analyzing the ImpossiblePossible with SAP HANAChristopher Curtis, Global Vice President, SAP HANA Services
  2. 2. Big Data is still a big problem!From a technical problem to a business opportunity Data volume Structured data Location- Automobiles based data Machine ! data Mobile IMHO, it’s great! Text data Click stream 7.9 Zettabytes Point of sale Social network Customer data 1.8 RFID Smart meter Zettabytes 2011 2015 FutureBig Data has three characteristic challenges, the three Vs – volume, velocity, and variety. For organizations that address these challenges, tremendous business benefits await!© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
  3. 3. SAP provides the technical answerSAP solutions for big data processing Empower your business users . . . Performance previously 77 minutes 0.04 seconds thought impossible! Runs response time SAP Velocity 355 times Business Objects faster! BI sw Volume Sybase DB / DW 460 50 70 billion terabytes Hadoop 13 seconds retailers of data records Variety SAP ERP SAP SAP SAP SAP CRM PLM SCM SRM Remove silos! SAP Business Suite and apps SAP NetWeaver: foundation SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 3
  4. 4. Making mission “im”possible  mission possibleBeyond technical challenges to real business value Insights Optimization Prediction “Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to create real business value from the massive quantities of data that exist within your extended enterprise.”© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
  5. 5. Are you listening to what your data has to tell you?Big Data insights powered by SAP HANACustomer Public sectorBusiness challenge Analyze fraudulent spending, waste, and abuse of funds Improve current infrastructure, which was not able to support search and matching in excess of 200 million rowsSolution Developed complex business rules and logic to support high-speed search and match capabilities via discovery engine on SAP HANA appliance software Advanced algorithms to enable exact, fuzzy, and phonetic matchingBusiness benefit Reduced search time from hours to seconds Realized significant savings by more quickly and precisely identifying fraud© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
  6. 6. Are your business processes optimized?Optimized business process powered by SAP HANACustomer AirlineBusiness challenge Passenger recovery: gain ability to quickly calculate alternative passenger itineraries after major flight schedule disturbancesSolution Custom-developed new application on SAP HANA to calculate all possible itinerariesBusiness benefit Performance improvement from 20 minutes to 10 seconds, which translates into millions in savings Potential to replace existing home-grown solutions Potential future use cases for aircraft and crew recovery© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
  7. 7. Are you confident in your decisions?Optimized decision making powered by SAP HANACustomer RetailerBusiness challenge Identify affinity insights at the market basket level to improve promotion effectiveness, assortment optimization, and store layoutSolution Custom-developed application to evaluate point-of-sale data using sophisticated algorithms with the speed of in-memory computing technology with SAP HANABusiness benefit Selling of larger basket sizes by identifying products that drive drag- along sales Increased effectiveness of promotional strategies© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
  8. 8. What if you could model the future?Big Data predictive functionalities powered by SAP HANACustomer Manufacturing companyBusiness challenge Perform real-time evaluation of foundry equipment sensor data to detect manufacturing anomalies and predict line disruptions due to equipment malfunctionSolution Custom-developed application to compare real-time equipment data against predefined control limit data to detect manufacturing anomalies and predict equipment failure to assure preemptive maintenanceBusiness benefit Improved data analysis performance Enabled the foundry to perform real-time defect analysis, which was not previously possible due to large data volume and slow predictive analytic calculation speed© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8
  9. 9. SAP Services organization for mission “im”possible scenariosHelping you address your Big Data analytic opportunities Strategy/planning/assessment 50% Integration services 45% Don’t letneeds vary Service a shortage Support 42% ofmake prevent you – skills sure you Deployment services 38% from deriving have an end-to-end Architecture and design services 34% business value from partner to address Education services/certification/training 32% your Bigneeds! all your Data! Other 2% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%Source: IDC In Research Report, Research, Feb. 2011 TDWI Memory Services Fourth Quarter 2012 SAP Services Design and Implement and Innovate and Support and plan migrate develop educate© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9
  10. 10. Three key takeaways Big Data is a BIG business opportunity! Look for insight, optimization, and predictive scenarios  SAP HANA is more than just fast reporting SAP Services can help turn your mission “im”possible into mission possible!© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
  11. 11. Christopher CurtisGlobal Vice PresidentHead of SAP HANA ServicesF +1-610-661-7352M +1-612-845-3730christopher.curtis@sap.com
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