Any app, any storage – KGS now offers connectivity to any leading application, storage solution and cloud technology.
Inspired by the mission to create a lean alternative, KGS is giving shape to the vision of an intelligent archive compatible with any IT system. Cloud-ready, S/4HANA-ready and application options beyond SAP archiving are the core themes of the archive specialist’s presentation at this year’s annual congress of the German SAP user group, which will take place from 17 to 19 September at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center (Hall 12, Stand B6).
The KGS archive delivers on the increasing demand for solutions that flexibly integrate with various IT systems. It supports any storage system and connects with any existing corporate application, whether implemented as an on-premises or cloud solution. In providing this flexibility, KGS helps SAP users overcome one of their core IT challenges and is right on target as regards the main themes of this year’s congress: S/4HANA and SAP’s cloud-first strategy.
KGS will illustrate to visitors how a smart and lean solution often represents a much better answer to the increasing complexity of constantly changing IT landscapes than the introduction or operation of large DMS/ECM systems. Winfried Althaus, Managing Director of KGS: “In the context of S/4HANA projects, this means that intelligent archiving is providing a business incentive for implementing the product.”
SAP customers with existing archives can retain their existing archive integration and continue to use it under S/4, but switching to a lean archive such as KGS is the better alternative in terms of both cost and performance. Companies need to optimize their infrastructure by introducing an archiving concept that makes them S/4HANA-ready. This is the key prerequisite for gaining the ability to efficiently implement new business scenarios based on the new technology.
WWK Versicherung will present an intelligent and modern archiving solution for SAP and non-SAP applications on Wednesday, 18 September at 6:45 p.m.: ‘Introduction of the KGS Fast Benefit Archive at WWK Versicherung .’