sponsored by Cisco Systems, Inc.
Posted:  17 Jul 2013
Published:  31 Dec 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English

Leading outdoor apparel manufacturer, Columbia Sportswear, was dealing with an aging enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that couldn't keep up with their rapid business growth. New deployments were taking ages, the supply chain was inefficient, and the infrastructure had become complex and difficult to support - Columbia knew a change was necessary.

In this brief case study, discover how Columbia deployed a converged infrastructure and leveraged virtualization to support the deployment of their new SAP ERP system. Read now to explore how the company gained agility, resilience and efficiency for running SAP, as well as experience benefits such as:

  • Ability to support more SAP environments
  • Cut DevOps provisioning time from weeks to hours
  • Less administration time for IT departments
  • And more!

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Converged Networks | ERP | ERP Software | IT Governance | IT Infrastructure | IT Management | IT Service Management | ITIL | SAP (Product) | Virtual Machine

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