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SAP archiving under S/4HANA with kgs

Challenge

Döhler was looking for a streamlined, standardized solution to replace the various parallel archive systems running at the company and to run subordinate to the SAP system. Above all, the company did not want the new archive to affect the implementation of S/4HANA throughout the company or require special adaptation.

Solution

Thanks to the kgs Content Server, the complexity of the archive is transferred to the NetApp memory, which ensures that no data is modified. kgs is not a database, but a simple, naked object file system, which is what sets it apart from conventional archive solutions.

Result

Thanks to the simplicity of the kgs Content Server solution, the administrators have gained around 50 percent of their working day back.

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Motivation for changing their archive system

kgs solution for Döhler

Döhler
Döhler is a leading global manufacturer, marketer and supplier of natural ingredients, ingredient systems and integrated solutions for the food and drinks industry. The company manufacturers flavors, emulsions, natural colors, fruit preparations, raw foodstuffs, alcoholic and alcoholfree beverage bases, dairy bases, malt and cereal bases, sweeteners such as fruit and vegetable juices, purees and concentrates. Döhler also provides various services based on their product range, for the development of new.
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„With the kgs archive running in the background, we have been able to carry out a complete SAP transformation within the company, from SAP ECC through MaxDB and SAP Suite on Hana, and finally, to S4/HANA. We didn‘t have to adapt anything in the archive throughout the whole process and were able to concentrate solely on the implementation of S4/HANA.“
Dr. Marco Lenck
Former Head of Group IT

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