Driving operational excellence (Breakout Sessions Part 3)

Today we would like to introduce you to the second main category of our Breakout Sessions at Fujitsu Forum 2012 in Munich – Reshaping Business. Reshaping Business revolves around the many oportunities with whicht information and communication technologies help create new business opportunities.

Driving operational excellence is the title of our third conference thread. Creating new business opportunities is a the heart of every successful business. A basic necessity for creating these opportunities is a deep knowledge of your customers wishes and behavior.

Analyzing large amounts of data – one of the current and challenging IT trends, also known as Big Data – is key to understanding your customers based on facts. Find out in various Breakout Sessions how SAP HANA can help efficiently and quickly extract and analyze data from productive SAP infrastructures.

“How SAP HANA Transforms Data into Competitive Advantage” is the title of our Fujitsu colleague Jürgen Ellwanger and Martin Heisig from SAP. In this session the explain how SAP AG has achieved real-time data access and accelerated reporting by moving their internal Business Warehouse onto the SAP HANA platform. SAP in-memory technology together with the Fujitsu Power Appliance for SAP HANA enables completely new usage scenarios and new ways to create competitive benefits.

Whether you want to reduce the operational effort involved in your SAP infrastructure, consolidate and virtualize your SAP environment or you’re looking for a cloud enabling solution, “Building Your Private Cloud for SAP” is the right talk for you. Our colleague Volker Sommer will demonstrate together myBrand, a big SAP hosting company in the Netherlands, how FlexFrame for SAP can optimize your SAP infrastructure.

For public administration and retail we will present some new IT approaches in our Breakout Sessions that can increase your efficiency as well as your agility. In his presentation “E-Government 2.0: How public administration can do more with less” Martin Gutberlet, Fujitsu, introduces the principle of shared services. Shared services are currently maturing in the modernization process for public authority administrations. This session looks at the current acceptance of e-government services, new IT-based public offerings and how IT can provide support when assembling single-service concepts.

Part I: The Fujitsu Forum Breakout Sessions are becoming more concrete

Part II: Breakout Sessions Part 2: “Reshaping Workplace Infrastructure & Operations

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