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De Villiers Walton is an SAP services partner. We design, implement, and integrate SAP solutions; optimize business processes; and provide strategic business consultation for our customers globally.

We specialize in SAP Cloud Solutions, SAP E-Commerce, SAP HANA, SAP CRM, SAP BI, and SAP UX.

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I’m interested in SAP Cloud for Sales but what does it cost to implement it?
SAP Cloud
Interest in SAP's Cloud for Customer solution and in particular SAP Cloud for Sales is red-hot at the moment. We are able to provide you with an estimate of the cost, effort and duration of your SAP Cloud for Sales project.
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The SAP Cloud for Customer (C4C) Quick Start Reporting & Analytics Guide
SAP Cloud
One of the most impressive aspects of SAP's Cloud for Customer (C4C) solution is its reporting and analytics capability. UPDATE: In this, the 3rd edition of our 61-page eBook, we hope to provide a useful desktop companion to new users of SAP Cloud for Customer who need to get up to speed quickly with the reporting and analytics capabilities of the solution.
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Struggling with SAP BW Flexibility? Try BW Workspaces on SAP HANA… or perhaps an alternative!
SAP BI
Recently we were investigating the options to resolve the particular analysis requirements of a customer to combine well defined data held in BW with more ad hoc data from various sources.  This wasn’t the first time I have come across this issue.  It is a problem that has been around since the inception of Data Warehousing.  Systems such as SAP BW were created specifically to centralise, homogenise and standardise data, to provide an efficient and consistent analysis view.  Data warehouses also drive good data governance and security, so this gives great control of data from an IT viewpoint.  Our requirement however, involves the opposite; namely de-centralisation, de-standardisation and control being passed to particular individuals or non-IT departments.  
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