This is a recording of the Webcast “SAP IQ Roadmap – What To Expect″ we held February 27th 2014.
SAP IQ has been a leader in analytics, with a large customer base and high level of customer satisfaction. SAP IQ has achieved excellent results in certified benchmarks and recognition as a market leader by Gartner and Forrester.
In this webinar you learned more about the SAP IQ Roadmap ahead and what to expect from new innovations and most importantly SAP IQ’s future in the HANA framework.
In case you missed it, we invite you to learn about what SAP has planned for IQ – enhanced foundation, new features, and exciting new roles in temperature sensitive data management for big data applications. SAP is leading the pack in mobility, analytics, applications, and real-time data processing. You will want to tune in to this informative learning session, to keep abreast of the latest developments at one of the world’s largest and most exciting technology companies.
Watch the recording of the webinar from 2/27/2014
Join us for a Webcast on February 27, 2014, to learn about the roadmap of SAP IQ. What to expect and how this will influence your big data strategy.
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