Designing and delivering new clustered SAP HANA platforms, with a replicated disaster recovery solution.
This global pharmaceuticals and consumer goods company was founded over 100 years ago in the UK. They now span across 11 countries, worldwide.
Challenges within the company
With demand increasing, the company needed to be able to deliver stock control for the click and collect part of the business more efficiently. They also had a focus on consolidating financial results and historical stock positions. This would help with further understanding of customer data and a potential to increase revenue.
SAP HANA systems for the back-end database were under demand, because of the SAP products selected. Each system had a high degree of complexity because each systems was large enough to require a scale-out cluster. Neither the outsourcing partner or local support team had the skills in place to build or run the SAP HANA environment. Each system required a high degree of resilience and business continuity, whilst also sitting as a key to business success.
Following Centiq’s changes, the customer’s revenue resulted in an increase of 8% per transaction. It also gave them increased insight into the capacity of their clustered workloads.
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