Designed for mission-critical applications, SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems is a platform built with open technologies.

Working across a wide range of industries, it allows your clients to accelerate analytics performance, enhance workload efficiency, easily adapt to changing demands, and introduce enterprise resource planning (ERP), amongst many other advantages.

To learn more about how your clients can benefit from SAP HANA’s remarkable flexibility, check out the informative blogs listed below.

The Five Myths holding you and your clients back from migrating to SAP HANA

Don’t let myths hold your clients back from implementing the ideal infrastructure for business-critical workloads. Here each myth is addressed in detail.

D.FI: industry success with SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems

Your clients need to read the market in real-time and innovate faster than the competition. D.FI offers instant insight without causing transactional systems to miss a beat.

TCO for running SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems

A single IBM Power Server replaces up to three x86 servers – granting your clients a significant difference in the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), as a linked infographic shows.

Transform clients’ businesses with SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems

Shouldn’t your clients be able to adapt easily to changing demands, provide around-the-clock availability, and drive greater innovation with real-time insights? Here’s how it can be achieved.

A Solitaire Interglobal Study on platform-selection impact

Did you know expectations of performance are exceeded in over 74% of IBM POWER HANA deployments? For more real-world insights, check out the views of this industry analysis group.

Incorporating SAP HANA into your clients’ systems can fulfil all their specialised needs. Discover more articles and features here.

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