|By Jeremy Geelan||
|November 1, 2013 07:30 AM EDT||
"Big Data-enabled applications from SAP cut through the complexity of customers having to cobble together disparate Big Data technologies, and then implementing applications, that integrate into existing core operations," said Irfan Khan, SAP's Sr. VP & GM of Big Data, as SAP this week announced the availability of four applications related to customer engagement intelligence and one application for fraud management, powered by the SAP HANA platform for Big Data.
Khan added: "Furthermore, organizations can monetize the value of Big Data far more expediently, by infusing insights directly into an organization's people and processes."
SAP also announced two new co-innovation projects as part of its commitment to making the "Internet of Things" available to enterprises in a way that is real, repeatable and scalable.
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