5 Tips for Pushing Data from Your Warehouse to SAP

Reverse ETL flips the targets and destinations of the standard ETL (extract, transform, load) process. Instead of collecting your data within a centralized data warehouse, reverse ETL transfers information out of this warehouse and into third-party operational systems for ease of access and better analytics and reporting. That’s all very well and good — but what does reverse ETL look like in practice with systems and software such as SAP?

IDC reveals 323% ROI for SAP customers using BigQuery

If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it is that speed and intelligence are of the essence when it comes to making business decisions. Organizations must find ways of keeping ahead of competitors and disruptions by continually leveraging data to make smart decisions. The problem? Data may be everywhere, but it’s not always available in a form that businesses can use to generate analytics in real time.

Design considerations for SAP data modeling in BigQuery

Over the past few years, many organizations have experienced the benefits of migrating their SAP solutions to Google Cloud. But this migration can do more than reduce IT maintenance costs and make data more secure. By leveraging BigQuery, SAP customers can complement their SAP investments and gain fresh insights by consolidating enterprise data and easily extending it with powerful datasets and machine learning from Google.

Qlik Launches Order-to-Cash Solution Accelerators for SAP: Modern Real-time Analytics to Optimize Your Working Capital

Today, more than ever, line-of-business users responsible for managing working capital need actionable insights in real-time. At the same time, IT/data teams want to accelerate projects, as well as modernize and integrate their data architectures and analytics, while managing risks and costs.

Apigee: Your gateway to more manageable APIs for SAP

Businesses migrating their SAP environments to Google Cloud do so for a number of reasons. Most cite the agility, scalability and security advantages of migrating SAP workloads to Google Cloud; many also focus on improved uptime and performance. At some point, most businesses also want to explore the idea that there's a fortune locked up in their business data—and that the cloud holds the key.