DSL and mobile telephony providers 1&1 introduce lean KGS archive

With most archiving systems, the customer has to buy an archiving licence for each SAP user which might need access to the archive – tailored to his or her authorisation level – and the licence would have to be bought even for parties not aware that they are using the archive, or not even using it at all. With KGS, on the other hand, you make a given payment for each SAP system. And this is something that stabilises your planning, because you can assume that no additional licensing fees are going to arise as further SAP users are added. Break-even point expected 18 months after system launch.