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LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, USA, January 8, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — ValueStream Inc. and LSI Consulting joined forces to deliver the first US statewide migration to SAP next-gen HANA technologies. "It was imperative that our team had a combination of solid technical HANA expertise and pragmatic public services domain knowledge to successfully deliver this project", argued LSI CEO Steve Roach. "With every migration comes lessons learned allowing us to subsequently optimize each implementation. This is why we were confident in our ability to deliver on time and on budget." said Kiran Naik, ValueStream's CTO & Founder.
The State of Arkansas continues to leverage Best-In-Class technologies to provide its constituents access to real-time transparent information. “We have embarked on a transformation from disk to in-memory computing”, explained Ken Williams, CIO at the State of Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA). “By leveraging SAP HANA technologies – we will gain significant efficiencies and performance in today’s information intensive world”.
Johannes Lombard, EVP: Analytics & Technology, managed the implementation team of ValueStream & LSI consultants. He added: “The State of Arkansas continues to prove its technological leadership in the Public Services market. By migrating ECC to Suite on HANA, and their Enterprise Data Warehouse to SAP BW/4HANA – the State will have an IT infrastructure that is architected to suit the demands of the next generation of constituents. A special thanks also goes out to SAP Chief HANA Architect Marc Bernard and the SAP Analytics Competence Center group for fantastic support throughout converting to BW/4HANA.”
Digital transformation has become imperative for all businesses, no matter the size or industry. Today, customer expectations require companies to constantly innovate to keep up with demand, and as customer expectations increase, so must a company’s technological capabilities. Flexibility and the power to innovate are becoming the new benchmarks, and staying competitive means identifying the right business solutions to grow with your enterprise. This leads to a demand for technology that moves at the speed of ideas itself.
But while the large majority of companies understand the importance of digital transformation to their survival, just 3% of them have completed digital transformation projects across the enterprise. Leaders invest more heavily in next-gen technologies, like Big Data and analytics, the Internet of Things, and Machine Learning. They do so using a bimodal architecture so that they can make their core infrastructure more effective and cost efficient while quickly incorporating innovations and new technologies.
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