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The advent of SAP HANA in early 2010 marked a disruption in enterprise data management and data processing. Combining in-memory technology, parallel processing on a massive scale and column-wise storage – to name at least the most important ones – SAP HANA leveraged innovations in both hardware and software technology.

Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.

Steve Jobs

Listening to our customers

Fact is, HANA wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for you – our customers. This is why SAP is interested in your opinion! How do you see the future of SAP HANA?

Are you excited about the hottest topics in the IT industry like blockchain, IoT, or artificial intelligence? Are you missing that one particular killer feature that prevents your organization from adopting SAP HANA right now?

With just 15 minutes of your time you get a chance to actively influence HANAs future. As a bonus, we’re happy to share the results of the survey with you, giving you exclusive insights in what your peers are thinking.

The survey is available here or by scanning the QR code above. It is optimized for both, browsers and mobile devices, and completely anonymous. You can choose to provide your contact details if you want to give us a chance to follow up with you on the results of the survey.

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  1. Lars Breddemann

    Hi Andreas,

    great to see yet another member of the HANA product management becoming visible here in the SAP Community, where the folks hang out that use HANA (outside SAP Labs).

    It would be even better if your profile wasn’t so “default”. Putting in some basic information about yourself really makes a difference in how your content is received.

    What I wonder is: what do you expect people to do with the QR code? Print out this blog and re-scan it with a mobile device? Anyone reading this blog will likely do this via a web-browser anyhow, so …

    Anyhow, keep blogging.

    Cheers,

    Lars

     

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