Bring analytics to your enterprise data
IBM zEnterprise provides the data consolidation and analytics platform to help you derive new insights from all your customer data. zEnterprise delivers unmatched data serving availability, scalabity, and security for operational data, SAP data, and data warehouses.
Dr. Howard Rubin discusses the economic impact of mainframe computing.
Forrester Consulting examines the economic impact retailers may realise with zEnterprise.
IBM zEnterprise retail solutions
- IBM zEnterprise Smarter Analytics for Retail
Combines a retail-specific data warehouse design with software, server, and storage resources to provide a consolidated and efficient enterprise platform for business intelligence applications.
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IBM provides world-class IBM mainframe technology to help today's enterprises respond quickly to evolving business conditions and with extreme flexibility. From automation to advanced virtualisation technologies and open industry standards, IBM mainframes help deliver competitive advantages for enterprises contributing and succeeding on a smarter planet.
IBM's technology, solutions and industry expertise can help you find the competitive edge with a sharper understanding of your customers. Our z Systems solutions combine the foundation of IBM hardware, software and middleware with flexible financing and packaging options to help your business meet and overcome the challenges of doing business in the on demand world. IBM can help you develop a customer-centric view—and assist you in delivering the right solution and the right products.
IBM z Systems servers are supported by a multitude of operating systems, such as z/OS, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on z Systems and the z/VM hypervisor.
Enterprise retail white papers
Some of the world’s largest retailers run their businesses on SAP on z Systems. The Retail Trilogy study showcases why many of them selected z Systems.
Avoiding the costs, inconsistencies, and extra administration of Data Marts.