Domo (Nasdaq: DOMO) today announced that Domo’s cloud-based modern analytics and BI platform has achieved SAP-certified integration with SAP HANA. The SAP® Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that Domo integrates with SAP HANA using standard integration technologies. Partner offerings that have certified integration with SAP HANA are content, technology or infrastructure products that are proven to interoperate with the SAP HANA database.
“We’ve always believed that the value of data increases exponentially when it’s freed from silos and democratized across the business,” said Daren Thayne, chief technology officer at Domo. “We’ve invested heavily in our platform to ensure that customers can leverage their data no matter where it lives and do that at massive scale and in record time. We’re pleased to reach this milestone as a reinforcement to that commitment for the customers we serve.”
Recognized as a platform that has certified integration with SAP HANA, the Domo Business Cloud is able to access, organize and combine data from SAP HANA with other disparate data sources, while rapidly extending the value of that data both inside and outside the organization to create a more intelligent data ecosystem.
For more information about how organizations can take full advantage of their data from SAP HANA with Domo, visit: https://www.domo.com/appstore
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