How Turners and Growers reduced cost and increased performance for their SAP environment
Breakout session by Rodolfo Gandionco, Turners & Growers Ltd. at SUSECon 2014
Turners & Growers is New Zealand’s leading distributor, marketer and exporter of premium fresh agricultural produce. Founded in 1897, the company has operations all over the world. Originally running their SAP applications on Windows with Oracle database, they were able to significantly reduce SAP and database licensing costs, and deliver valuable performance improvements by migrating all their SAP systems to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) for SAP and IBM DB2 database.
“Open Source – Open for Business – Open for Customers and Partners”.
With this slogan, SUSECon 2014 invites the international SUSE Enterprise community to Orlando from November 17 to 21. At numerous presentations, workshops, and one-to-one conversations, find out what opportunities SUSE Linux can offer your company to make SAP systems fit for the business requirements of the future. For the third time already, users, developers, and technicians from throughout the world will meet at the annual SUSECon in Florida to network and share experiences.