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HANA stands for high-performance analytic appliance. SAP HANA is an application that uses in-memory database technology that allows the processing of massive amounts of real-time data in a short time. The in-memory computing engine allows HANA to process data stored in RAM as opposed to reading it from a disk. This allows the application to provide instantaneous results from customer transactions and data analyses.

SAP HANA is designed to process structured data from relational databases, both SAP and non-SAP, and applications and other systems rapidly. It is capable of using three styles of data replication depending on the source of the data - log-based, ETL-based and trigger-based. The relocated structured data is stored directly in memory. Because of this, data can be accessed quickly in real time by the applications that use HANA.

SAP HANA supports various use cases for real-time analytics. Some examples include:

  • Monitoring and optimization of telecommunications network
  • Supply chain and retail optimization
  • Fraud detection and security
  • Forecasting and profitability reporting
  • Energy use optimization and monitoring

SAP BPC offers a robust, multiuser platform, which is fully integrated with Microsoft Excel. Initially leveraging off the power of Microsoft SQL Server and Analysis Services there is now another version that uses SAP Netweaver as its back-end database. Although similar, especially to the end user, these two versions of the product do offer different functionalities.

The main features of SAP BPC are:

The multi-dimensional nature allows users to “slice and dice” the data according their needs.

As SAP BPC utilises OLAP technology, this means that data is available as soon as it has been entered – no need to aggregate data!

Workflow Management
Enables an organisation to keep track of its progress through a budget/forecasting process

SAP BI stands for NetWeaver Business Intelligence. It also known as SAP BW (Business Warehouse).Now this component always referred to as SAP BI at the end user level. SAP BI is one of the core components of NetWeaver architecture like MDM, EP components. This component is sued for reporting, analysis and interpretation of business data. Organizations can make well-founded decisions and determine target-orientated activities on the basis of this analysis.


SAP MM ( Material Management ) is one of the important modules in SAP ERP software and MM application module supports the procurement and inventory functions occurring in day-to-day business operations. This MM module contains many aspects such as purchasing, goods receiving, material storage, consumption-based planning, and inventory. SAP MM module is fully integrated with other modules in the SAP R/3 System such as Finance (FI), Controlling (CO), Sales and Distribution (SD), Quality Management (QM), Plant Maintenance (PM), Production Planning (PP), and Warehouse Management(WM).

It supports all phases of materials management materials planning and control, purchasing, goods receiving, inventory management, and invoice verification.

MM Sub Modules:
  • Material Planning
  • Purchasing
  • Inventory Management
  • Vendor Valuation
  • Invoice Verification
  • Statutory Requirements