Online via Microsoft Teams
14:45 You can enter the webinar
15:00 Welcome, presentation and Q&A
16:15 Webinar ends
Data in hand with technological evolution, increasingly powers and empowers competitive retail. Accordingly, business enterprise must also evolve to maintain a competitive edge.
In this talk, you are introduced to Salling Group’s perspective on enterprise IT and data. Best described as ‘one system, one template, one truth’, this paradigm advances over cumulative technological development. In this talk we exhibit an in-memory data warehousing capability, dependent upon a challenging migration of 70TB compressed data to a new in-memory enterprise data warehouse.
Learn how Salling Group addressed these challenges of migrating its business-critical BI system to the new BW4HANA foundation with minimal business interruption.
This talk is for leaders/managers, architects, and anyone with an interest in transformations.
Salling Group is the owner of Netto, Føtex, Bilka, and other retail concepts with approx. 55,000 employees across Denmark, Poland, and Germany. Its history stretches back more than 100 years to 1906. Over the years, the company has transformed multiple times, and what began as a small draper’s shop in Aarhus is today a modern international retailing group.
Registration closes: 15.06.2021
Mikael Walsted, Enterprise Architect of BI and Analytics
Following the modern EA principles of Salling Group fostering equally business and technology capabilities, Mikael manages the enterprise architecture overarching traditional business intelligence, data lake, tooling, and organizational implementation. In the migration project, Mikael was the technology lead.
Matilde Rotbøl, Senior Project Manager
Matilde started as a specialist SAP consultant with a natural talent for project management. Now, Matilde has many years of international experience running large successful projects in BI and data domain, latest with Salling Group in Aarhus. In the migration project, Matilde was the project manager.
This is a closed meetup for employees from Destination AARhus member companies and students at Aarhus University.
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