IoT Momentum Drives Push for Big Data Applications

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Search Manufacturing ERP, 2015 Dr. Werner Hopf, CEO of Dolphin Enterprise Solutions Corporation in Malvern, PA, explained that an international bottling operation for a leading beverage manufacturer was tasked to help reduce the total cost of ownership of its ERP system, SAP ECC. "The organization has archived more than 11 terabytes of data, which has facilitated the consolidation of international operations, a major replatforming of their systems, and led to an overall increase in reporting performance." His firm implemented a phased approach across both its ECC and BI systems. It also required a strategy that could accommodate two very different business models. As a result, the project reduced online data residency periods to just six months, implemented automatic archiving to allow the organization to catch up on historic archiving and meet targeted residency periods, and resulted in faster system performance, backups, upgrades and recovery times. "SAP ECC data was reduced from 32TB to just 10GB, which increased job performance. It helped modernize plant maintenance systems and improve the performance of the business intelligence report," Hopf said. "Lastly, it created an easy separation when the organization decided to spin off one of its business units into a separate entity." Read more  of the article on Search Manfacturing ERP. Download_PDF

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IoT Momentum Drives Push for Big Data Applications

Search Manufacturing ERP, 2015

Dr. Werner Hopf, CEO of Dolphin Enterprise Solutions Corporation in Malvern, PA, explained that an international bottling operation for a leading beverage manufacturer was tasked to help reduce the total cost of ownership of its ERP system, SAP ECC.

“The organization has archived more than 11 terabytes of data, which has facilitated the consolidation of international operations, a major replatforming of their systems, and led to an overall increase in reporting performance.” His firm implemented a phased approach across both its ECC and BI systems. It also required a strategy that could accommodate two very different business models.

As a result, the project reduced online data residency periods to just six months, implemented automatic archiving to allow the organization to catch up on historic archiving and meet targeted residency periods, and resulted in faster system performance, backups, upgrades and recovery times. “SAP ECC data was reduced from 32TB to just 10GB, which increased job performance. It helped modernize plant maintenance systems and improve the performance of the business intelligence report,” Hopf said. “Lastly, it created an easy separation when the organization decided to spin off one of its business units into a separate entity.”

Read more  of the article on Search Manfacturing ERP.

Download_PDF