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Increase the Value in Your Enterprise with SAP HANA

Agenda • • • • • • Introductions and Objectives adidas SAP HANA POC adidas Current BI Landscape and Future Plans SAP HANA Impact to adidas IT Strategies SAP HANA Impact to adidas Business Users Session Q&A .

Business Experience IT Experience Human Experience .

“think immediate” “think big” Optimization Value Volume and Integration Speed • Make existing reports or programs run faster • Analytics in real-time • Enable processes or reports not possible with legacy systems • Combine data sources previously too large to analyze • Business process reengineering • Applications created specifically for HANA • Transformational initiatives Complexity .

Data • Data management still within SAP NetWeaver Observations: BW Landscape • Full power of HANA was not revealed • ETL modeling. scheduling.SAP BW on SAP HANA Models SAP NetWeaver HANA Information Models Analysis Explorer MSTR Metadata SAP BO Universe SQL Based access • Follow-up PoC was triggered based on SAP • BW InfoProvider based modeling without InfoCubes HANA Information Models (Analytic / Calc • views) End to End Process implementation from ETL.Front End Tools Phase II I -. monitoring Staging and Reporting • Implementation of Functional business scenarios Manually Generated Calc Views • BW InfoProviders (DSOs) exposed via SAP load ETL processes HANA Information Models • tools query accessing SAP • Frond-end PerformanceReporting impact for certain patterns HANA Information Models via SQL • No adequate support for BI as a Service concept • ABAP stack was observed to be the bottleneck for heavy SAP HANA Generated Analytic Views •  Follow up POC based on SAP HANA Information Models SAP NetWeaver BW Managed Physical Tables .

however no BW NLS kind of mechanism is yet available • Authorization Concept is not as mature as in SAP NetWeaver BW . • • • • NLS Support: Hot-Warm-Cold data concept to come.5) faster lookups faster DSO activations (up to factor 30) • View Concept enables a centric metadata layer Improvement Areas • Frontend and Reporting • Certain core modeling features of BEx not supported in relational Front-end Tools Creates challenges especially for Financial P&L reports SAP HANA built in features are not (yet) fully usable from all Front-end Tools • SAP HANA Modeling • Certain key features not yet fully supported by SAP HANA Execution Engines Modeling Studio still shows room for improvement.Proven Benefits • SAP HANA Information Model orientation enables • • Flexible local data integration Shift of logic processing from ABAP into memory • SAP HANA performance can be fully leveraged when the rules for view modeling are followed • SAP NetWeaver BW data loads speed up due to • • • faster extraction (factor of 2.

Operational Data Feeds Global BI Low acceptance in Markets due to missing local components and Usability Local BI Tools Global BI data distributed over 2 physical boxes Analytical DB Extra Accelerator hardware required for Query acceleration Replication of Business Logic and Data. resulting in Multiple versions of Truth Market Data warehouses Global Wholesale DWH Global Retail DWH Integrated Business Planning No Integration of Planning data with Historical data Global Data Local Data Global Source Systems Local Source Systems .

Governed and Supported by SAP HANA Information Models Global IT Analytical DB Global Metadata Layer Standardized KPI Definitions Global BI Business Layer Ensuring One Version of the Truth to all Information Consumers Integration of Metadata modeling in DB allows DB specific tuning and usage of Built-in Functionality + Master Data Global Data warehouse for Wholesale and Retail Data Global Global Wholesale Retail + DWHGlobal Planning Engine DWH SAP Netweaver BW managed Market Data warehouses Integrated Business Planning Integrated DB for Actuals and Planned data Enabled through SAP HANA Scale out scenarios Global Data Local Data Global Source Systems Local Source Systems . Developed.Operational Data Feeds Global BI Local BI Tools Architected.

No BW skills required Models Market Data Local Data Schemas Global Data warehouse for Wholesale and Retail Data warehouses + SAP HANA Global Planning Engine Global Data LocalData Global Source Systems Local Source Systems 9 .Operational Data Feeds Global BI Reports Managed by Global IT Global Standard Reports Global BI Frontend Platform BI Self Services: No specific data model know-how required for report creation Global BI Business Layer Local BI Tools Local Business Layer Add on Local Reporting based Local on Global definitions Reports “One Version of the Truth” (OVotT) Global BI Business Layer SAP HANA Information Models Global Metadata Layer Standardized KPI Definitions + Master Data Local Information Agile Metadata based integration – Managed by Markets and Departments.

Operational Data Feeds Global Standard Reports Local Reports Data Mining and Predictive Analytics Social Analytics Global BI Frontend Platform Local Business Layer Add on + Combining Structured with Unstructured data Global BI Business Layer SAP HANA Information Models Global Data Warehouse Global Source Systems Local Source Systems Unstructured Data .

Operational Data Feeds Global Standard Reports Local Reports Data Mining and Predictive Analytics Social Analytics Global BI Frontend Platform Local Business Layer Add on + Global BI Business Layer SAP HANA Information Models Further complexity reduction due to elimination of ETL processes Reporting need more and more Real time Integration of Global Source Systems onto SAP HANA will drive OVotT Data furtherGlobal  consistency inWarehouse source system processes Global Source Systems Local Source Systems Unstructured Data .

in markets. key accounts.One Version of the Truth (OVotT) Lowering TCO Increasing Agility • Faster development (through less layers and less programming involved) • Faster remodeling (through higher virtualization) • Faster data operations (in memory data) • Leaner processes through BI self service capabilities Reducing Complexity • Faster adoption of upgrades / new technologies • Faster on boarding of resources SAP HANA • Efficiency (data doesn‘t have to be captured from multiple sources. operational feeds to other systems) . no debating about correctness of data) • Less tools and interfaces • Less Data and Logic replication • Less KSR (Keep Systems Running) / Operations cost • Consistency as basis for solid decision making Opening BI platform for a wide variety of receivers (at HQ.

Tactical and Operational Planning Unstructured Data / Social Media Analytics • Enhancing the pure KPI view with data coming from the web Real Time Data Analytics .BI as a Service (BIaaSS) Planning Data Mining / Predictive Analytics SAP HANA • Getting data and analytics closer to business • Enabling markets to leverage data from standardized BI platform while having the ability to enhance it with local content • Based on historical data • Streamline current planning process • Increase Forecast accuracy through Advanced Planning techniques • Integration of Strategic.

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