SAP’s vision and mission is to Simplify Everything. Dell is on board!

Ed. note: This post was authored by Venkat Venkataraman, Marketing Director

 

“At SAP, we see a dream for a simpler world, for a simpler SAP, and for a simpler customer experience.”

– Bill McDermott, SAP CEO, SAPPHIRE NOW 2014 keynote, June 3rd, 2014.

Dell would like to join hands with SAP on this enterprise simplification journey. A little over 30 years ago, Michael Dell took on a simplification mission that accelerated the PC revolution, and Dell has successfully applied the recipe of a customer centric simplification approach to enterprise products, demystifying technology and powering the networked economy with our systems, software, and services.

With our broad end-to-end portfolio of SAP solutions based on open standards and technology, we are applying Dell’s proven strategy to address the challenge of making SAP systems and landscapes more streamlined, simple, and efficient. Dell announced several new and updated solutions and services at SAPPHIRE NOW 2014 that streamline migration, enhance flexibility and adapt to meet your unique needs, including:

  • New non-disruptive migration and modernization services for the SAP HANA platform and SAP ASE
  • Dell PowerEdge R920 certified for running SAP HANA on Red Hat Enterprise Linux; solution also runs on VMware vSphere 5.5
  • New manufacturing solution for SAP HANA-based environments

Missed us at SAPPHIRE? We have included a few pictures of the Dell booth area.  We should also have a few Dell video snippets from the event very soon. Please come back and visit.

Onward to SAPPHIRE NOW 2015! Here is to a business world that is much simpler and a highly efficient place. Learn more about Dell solutions and the Dell and SAP alliance.

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Sarah is the Chief Blog Strategist for Dell Technologies. Born in New York and raised in New England, she has been living and working in the Austin area for over 20 years, but she knows that doesn't make her a true Texan. She joined Dell in the spring of 2011, left briefly for another company, but realized her mistake and returned in November of 2019. Sarah has five kids, two dogs, two cats, and no free time.