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How Does SAP HANA Change the Traditional Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Process?

How Does SAP HANA Change the Traditional Enterprise Information Management (EIM) Process?

In the traditional EIM process, typically there are separate ETL, Replication and SDA processes and functions. Traditional processes introduce latency to the data in the data warehouse, as well as other challenges to getting data into one location seamlessly. Today’s world is moving faster, and the need for clean, real-time data is imperative.

Chances are, if you’re reading this blog, you’re no stranger to the power of SAP HANA. But to recap, the SAP HANA platform removes the burden of maintaining separated legacy systems and siloed data. It hold capabilities to transform and cleanse data in real-time from multiple sources.

SAP HANA also has features that enable you to both manage data and improve your data quality. These options offer real-time transformational possibilities that were unthinkable until recently. These features allow you to transform data in real-time with Smart Data Integration (SDI) or conform and cleanse data with Smart Data Quality (SDQ).

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contributor_don_loden_lgAbout Don Loden

Don Loden is an information management and information governance professional with experience in multiple verticals. He is an SAP-certified applications associate on SAP EIM products. He has more than 15 years of information technology experience in the following areas: ETL architect, development, and tuning: logical and physical data modeling; and mentoring on data warehouse, data quality, information governance, and ETL concepts. Don speaks globally and mentors on information management, governance, and quality. He authored book SAP Information Steward: Monitoring Data in Real-Time and is the co-author of two books: Implementing SAP HANA, as well as Creating SAP HANA Information Views. Don has also authored numerous articles for publications such as SAPinsider magazine, Tech Target and Information Management magazine.


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