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SAP® Sybase® Adaptive Server® Enterprise Gains Momentum With Rapid Customer Adoption
Oct 29, 2013 (11:10 PM EDT)
BARCELONA, Spain, Oct. 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) today announced significant momentum for SAP® Business Suite software on SAP® Sybase® Adaptive Server® Enterprise (SAP Sybase ASE). In less than 18 months since the offering's release in April 2012, more than 1,000 customers have chosen to run SAP Business Suite on SAP Sybase ASE and there are more than 2,000 customer installations. Both new and existing SAP customers can run a high-performance relational database management system (RDBMS) optimized for SAP Business Suite that helps improve operational efficiency and significantly reduce overall costs. The announcement was made at the SAP Database and Technology Partner Summit in Barcelona.
"Enterprises have realized that spending large amounts of manpower, time and money to maintain their database systems for SAP Business Suite is an expense they no longer have to accept," said Dan Lahl, vice president, Product Marketing, SAP. "SAP Sybase ASE offers an intelligent database solution that delivers outstanding performance, simplified administration and management and rock-solid reliability for SAP Business Suite. The integrated SAP solution provides businesses the resiliency to help them meet customer needs faster and at considerably less cost than other systems."
Customers are increasingly turning to SAP for data management with SAP Business Suite in order to achieve critical business goals today while advancing business capabilities well into the future. For customers planning to move to the SAP HANA® platform, SAP Sybase ASE provides an on-ramp to future implementations of SAP HANA, as well as customer investment protection. SAP HANA and SAP Sybase ASE are at the core of the company's data management vision, the SAP® Real-Time Data Platform, to help customers move to real-time applications and critical, in-the-moment decision-making.
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