Customers at every level can benefit from implementation instructions written in a clear, logical manner.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
Decision First Technologies™ (DFT) proudly announces the upcoming release of its new book titled Implementing SAP HANA. In the book, due for release in October 2013, DFT proudly shares its expertise gained over the last 12 years developing efficient and effective implementation procedures for SAP® solutions. The book’s content reflects DFT’s in-depth experience with the SAP HANA® platform, SAP solutions for enterprise information management (EIM) and SAP BusinessObjects™ solutions. DFT is honored that SAP Press will be the publisher of Implementing SAP HANA.
“SAP HANA is a game-changing technology in the business intelligence (BI) industry. We have been actively working with SAP HANA since 2011 and have become highly experienced with the technology through real-world experiences. We are honored to turn our knowledge into a useful field guide that our customers can use,” remarks Taylor Courtnay, co-founder and vice-president of sales for DFT.
Decision First Technologies established a Center of Excellence for SAP HANA in March 2012. As a result of the center’s success, DFT consultants teamed with SAPexperts, an online knowledgebase from WIS pubs, to write an SAP HANA Implementation Report in November 2012. The report was unique to the industry as it detailed each aspect of implementing BI solutions on SAP HANA. The 15,000 word, 65 page report was so well received it became the foundation for DFT’s upcoming book.
“Customers at every level can benefit from implementation instructions written in a clear, logical manner,” said Steve Lucas, president SAP Platform Solutions. “This book is a natural outgrowth of their success in implementing end-to-end business intelligence solutions running on SAP HANA.”
Filled with useful information, Implementing SAP HANA walks customers through step-by-step instructions on what it takes to integrate SAP HANA into existing solution landscapes using a side-by-side approach. Instructions for integrating SAP HANA with SAP Data Services software, SAP Predictive Analysis software and SAP BusinessObjects BI solutions are clear and concise. Readers follow practical case studies in every chapter demonstrating implementation in action.
SAP Press is taking advance orders for this hardbound book at http://www.sap-press.com/products/Implementing-SAP-HANA.html
About Decision First Technologies
Decision First Technologies is an Atlanta-based software provider and professional services company specializing in delivering end-to-end business intelligence solutions to its customers. An SAP gold channel partner, DFT resells and offers certified consulting and training for SAP BusinessObjects solutions. With over 10 years of experience, DFT has helped hundreds of companies make better business decisions, dramatically reducing costs, increasing revenues and boosting profits. For more information on Decision First, visit http://www.decisionfirst.com/
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