WALLDORF, 14-7-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that MUDO, Turkey’s leading retailer for clothing, accessories, furniture and home decorations, is using the SAP® Business Warehouse (SAP BW) application powered by SAP HANA® to help improve reporting and to increase productivity.
MUDO has over 120 stores across Turkey and a strong online presence. With such a large operation, the company needed better insight into transactional data across its business. Using SAP BW powered by SAP HANA, MUDO was able to drastically reduce the number of reports across sales, orders, inventory, procurement and finance. Now it can run ad hoc reports on up to six years of historical data in seconds, providing deeper insight into customer demand.
“With SAP BW powered by SAP HANA, we can run reports faster than ever before,” said Rasim Manavoglu, CIO, MUDO. “System performance significantly improved, and our employees appreciate the speed. We can now report on anything and everything – providing us deeper insight into our business and our customers. We are unlocking the full potential of retail data.”
The faster reporting allows MUDO’s employees to get more things done in less time, helping them stay focused on their business.
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