Allgeier, a midsized IT systems house, covers every topic of importance to existing SAP customers, adding its own innovative answers to the questions addressed by SAP solutions. To put it bluntly, Allgeier delivers a breadth and depth of SAP experience that is virtually unrivaled. The company‘s CEO Jörg Dietmann talked to E 3‘s chief editor Peter M. Färbinger about today‘s megatrends.
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Process Mining is about understanding and optimizing business processes. After consolidation, harmonization and automation, SAP partner Celonis has developed a software solution for making ERP and Business Suite processes transparent, creating a big opportunity for greater efficiency and agility. Bastian Nominacher, company co-founder and CEO, discussed Process Mining with Peter M. Färbinger, E-3 Chief Editor.
There cannot be a monoculture in the SAP community. The success of SAP is based on a unique partner ecosystem, including database providers IBM and Oracle. Existing SAP customers have always preferred having a choice.
Hasso Plattner saw it in California at Apple, Google, Amazon and Salesforce: cloud computing is the future! Now his fear is that SAP will no longer exist in a few years if Bill McDermott and Luka Mucic do not drive the ERP group towards the ꞌcloudꞌ.
A DSAG symposium (German SAP User Group) on the topic of Hana close to SAP’s headquarter in Walldorf, Germany recently has shed light on critical points in the ongoing Hana development: Hana’s code is still leaving a lot to be desired.
Just how certain can an established SAP customer be that IoT data on the Hana Cloud Platform is stored securely and remains where it belongs? Of course, SAP has no global, outage-proof data network with hundreds of datacenters linked up to it. Who is the provider of infrastructure-as-a-service?