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itelligence AG expone sus productos en el evento SAPPHIRE® NOW y SAP TechEd

MADRID y BIELEFELD, Alemania, November 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

- Alta tecnología a alta velocidad

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En las conferencias SAPPHIRE® NOW y SAP TechEd que se celebrarán en Madrid del 13 al 16 de noviembre de 2012, itelligence AG se presentará como una de las principales consultoras SAP a nivel internacional para pequeñas y medianas empresas. Qué será lo más destacado de las presentaciones de itelligence en el evento para clientes SAP más importante de Europa: la plataforma SAP HANA® y la solución RDS para SAP EWM de itelligence

Uwe Bohnhorst, Director de Operaciones de itelligence AG: "En las áreas de SAP HANA y SAP® Rapid Deployment Solutions (RDS) itelligence es, una vez más, uno de los pioneros en la adopción de estas plataformas y soluciones SAP, y así está estableciendo, junto con sus clientes, una base para buscar nuevas soluciones innovadoras. Nuestros clientes se benefician de los muchos años de experiencia que nos avalan cuando se trata de aplicar los últimos avances a productos SAP ya existentes y de integrarlos en el mercado de forma profesional."

Plataforma SAP HANA

La plataforma SAP HANA ofrece una amplia variedad de posibilidades gracias a su nuevo paradigma de gestión de datos. itelligence AG ha sido uno de los primeros socios SAP en experimentar la capacidad de procesamiento in-memory de datos transaccionales y analíticos que permite SAP HANA. Andy Steer, Director de Tecnología en itelligence Great Britain, mostrará el potencial de la plataforma SAP HANA en las áreas de movilidad empresarial, análisis en tiempo real y disponibilidad de datos en una presentación que llevará el título de "SAP HANA Solves the Five Most Important Challenges in Effective Business Intelligence" (SAP HANA resuelve los cinco retos principales para lograr una inteligencia empresarial eficaz). http://sapphire.itelligence.info/micro/en/sap-hana.php

Nota de prensa de itelligence - Alta tecnología a alta velocidad  

itelligence AG en el evento SAPPHIRE NOW + SAP TechEd de 2012 en Madrid

Informe técnico: SAP HANA - La tecnología in-memory cambia los procesos empresariales

Es la primera vez que itelligence AG presenta en público su informe técnico detallado acerca de la plataforma SAP HANA y lo hace en el evento SAPPHIRE NOW y SAP TechEd de Madrid. Basándose en cinco casos de empresa para SAP HANA, el informe técnico de itelligence muestra los resultados concretos de la plataforma SAP HANA y explica cómo la tecnología in-memory, como plataforma de datos "en tiempo real", transforma los procesos empresariales y permite ofrecer servicios nuevos e innovadores.

La solución RDS de itelligence para SAP EWM llevada a la práctica

Cyril Trouiller, de itelligence France, y Tewfik Noumri, Director del Centro de Competencia SAP del Smurfit Kappa Group, presentarán las mejoras de la "cadena de suministro" alcanzadas gracias a la solución RDS de itelligence. La solución RDS de itelligence para SAP EWM permite una completa implementación de la aplicación SAP Extended Warehouse Management (SAP EWM) en tan solo 12 semanas. En su presentación, Tewfik Noumri y Cyril Trouiller explicarán detalladamente a la audiencia de profesionales del sector los retos y los pasos a dar, desde el primer taller hasta la puesta en marcha de la aplicación SAP EWM. http://sapphire.itelligence.info/micro/en/it-compact.php

Toma de decisiones en Madrid

SAPPHIRE NOW y SAP TechEd: Todos los años este evento nos permite acceder a la información más reciente sobre servicios, soluciones y estrategias SAP de una forma sencilla y fácil de asimilar. itelligence AG ha ampliado su superficie de exposición en la conferencia SAPPHIRE NOW que se celebrará este año en Madrid y, además, se presentará en el contexto de un nuevo concepto de feria de muestras muy comunicativo. El equipo internacional de consultores y asesores de itelligence AG estará a disposición de los profesionales del sector en el Stand 32, Pabellón 10, para resolver cualquier duda, no sólo sobre la plataforma SAP HANA y las soluciones RDS, sino también en relación a las nuevas soluciones sectoriales específicas SAP Business All-in-One de itelligence, al hosting o a los servicios de gestión de aplicaciones.

Nota de prensa de itelligence - Alta tecnología a alta velocidad  

itelligence AG en el evento SAPPHIRE NOW + SAP TechEd de 2012 en Madrid

Las redes sociales y la ventaja de la información

En el ámbito interactivo, itelligence AG acompañará su presentación en la feria de muestras SAPPHIRE NOW de una sofisticada presencia a través de redes sociales. De este modo los visitantes podrán introducirse de lleno, de forma virtual e interactiva, en todo lo relacionado con la plataforma SAP HANA y las soluciones RDS, o bien ponerse en contacto directamente con itelligence como empleador a través del servicio de ofertas de empleo. Además, la Social Media Newsroom ofrece informes actuales de SAPPHIRE NOW, breves entrevistas en vídeo e información general acerca de SAPPHIRE NOW. itelligence AG ha elaborado un programa informativo variado en inglés al que se puede acceder a través del siguiente enlace: http://sapphire.itelligence.info

SAPPHIRE NOW + TechEd, Madrid

itelligence AG

Pabellón 10, Stand 32

itelligence:  sapphire.itelligence.info

SAP: http://www.sapphirenowsapteched.com

Las presentaciones de itelligence de un solo vistazo

  • Cyril Trouiller y Tewfik Noumri, RDS, Conferencia de Socios - Miércoles, 14 de noviembre de 2012, 12:30 p.m. en el Analytics Theater
  • Andy Steer, HANA, Microforo de debate - Jueves, 15 de noviembre de 2012, 12:00 del mediodía en el Database and Technology Microforum 1

itelligence es uno de los principales proveedores integrales de soluciones de soporte para soluciones SAP a nivel internacional y cuenta con unos 2.700 empleados altamente cualificados distribuidos en 21 países y en cinco regiones (América, Asia, Europa Occidental, Europa del Este y Alemania/Austria/Suiza). itelligence ofrece una amplia gama de servicios de consultoría y atención al cliente pensados para maximizar las soluciones SAP y entre los que se incluyen servicios de implementación, inteligencia empresarial, gestión de aplicaciones y hosting. itelligence ostenta la categoría Gold como Channel Partner para productos SAP y tiene autorización para revender soluciones SAP Business All-in-One y SAP BusinessObjects, además de ser uno de los seis socios SAP de servicios globales, hosting global y servicios globales de gestión de aplicaciones. Asimismo, itelligence cuenta con una acreditación de calidad global concedida por la organización SAP Active Quality Management por demostrar su calidad con total transparencia. itelligence realiza proyectos complejos en el SAP entorno basado en soluciones para más de 4.000 clientes en todo el mundo. itelligence generó en 2011 unas ventas totales de 342,4 millones de euros. itelligence es "Top Consultant" 2012.

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