Case study: Usha International Ltd reduces data load time by 90% using SAP HANA on IBM System x servers
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While SAP brought much-needed standardization to leading consumer durables manufacturer Usha International Limited (UIL)'s IT infrastructure, continued growth created challenges that the infrastructure could no longer handle; UIL's business warehouse data was rapidly expanding, it faced performance issues in business analytics reporting, and data load times were inordinately long.

Read this case study to learn how UIL's implementation of HANA— SAP's in-memory computing appliance, a game-changing technology that gives organizations the ability to analyze massive data set in real time— transformed its decision-making and operational efficiency by reducing:

  • Query execution time by 85 percent (7 times faster)
  • Database read time by 99 percent
  • And data load time by 90 percent.
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