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GK SOFTWARE AG Presents The First POS Solution for Retail Stores Worldwide Leveraging SAP HANA®
At SAPPHIRE NOW, GK SOFTWARE (booth 1018) will be holding several roundtable discussions, a microforum and a presentation highlighting the benefits resulting from the cooperation with SAP in extending solutions from GK SOFTWARE. One presentation will highlight the SAP Point-of-Sale application by GK leveraging the capabilities and benefits of SAP HANA. By integrating with SAP HANA, the application will reduce the time needed to access information critical to a retailer's business, leading to better optimized retail operations.
Michael Jaszczyk, CTO at GK SOFTWARE, commented: "SAP HANA will have a massive impact on retail. We believe it is truly the enabling platform that will unleash the power of omni-channel services in cloud environments."
SAP HANA is a completely re-imagined platform for real-time business. It transforms business by streamlining transactions, analytics, planning, predictive and sentiment data processing on a single, in-memory database so business can operate in real time.
"The utilization of SAP HANA provides our retail customers with the tools needed to positively impact and effectively run their retail operations in a way that best serves their customers," said Thomas Vetter, senior vice president, Retail & Multichannel Product Management, and Lori Mitchell-Keller, senior vice president and head of Global Retail Industry Business Unit, SAP. "Our partnership with GK Software is an important component of the SAP Retail solution portfolio. Our strategic relationship has been further strengthened by the development investment GK Software has made in integrating SAP HANA with its solutions. Leveraging SAP HANA is yet another step to optimize our end-to-end solution portfolio for retail customers."
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