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Is your Health Sciences organization dependent on manual reporting processes across finance, clinical, sales and marketing data sets? Does it take a team of people to manipulate data just to show you what happened last month? Is this impairing your ability to make smart decisions for your organization?

If so, you are not alone.  Most Health Sciences organizations struggle to provide comprehensive transparency across the disparate data sources upon which they rely to drive effective decision-making.  They cannot ensure that they are delivering superior service at a reduced cost or effectively mitigating risk. It is almost impossible today to ensure regulatory compliance or use organizational data to outperform financial or sales or other objectives and create sustainable value for stakeholders.

But now, all that is changing. In fact, leading Health Sciences organizations are discovering the power of HANA across multiple use cases. HANA is SAP’s revolutionary, next generation in-memory computing platform that combines transactional systems and data with analytical capabilities. For Health Sciences organizations, HANA enables:

    • Deep visibility into large volumes of data
    • Access to data across multiple sources in real-time
    • User-driven, fast, flexible analytics and reporting
    • Non-disruptive implementation

Join us at SAPPHIRE NOW  in Orlando to learn more about how your Health Sciences organization can leverage HANA to create a competitive advantage. This valuable session will be held on Tues, May 14th  from 2:00 – 2:45pm, Industries and Lines of Business Microforum (IL124).

You can add  “Maximize the Value of Clinical and Operational Data through In-Memory Computing” to your agenda by clicking here.

And… stay tuned to our blog as we provide more sneak peeks into the session…such as specific examples of Health Sciences customers, how they are using HANA today, and what kinds of real benefits they are experiencing!

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