How do you see the future panning out for the SAP HANA platform?

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In reviewing the SAP HANA in-memory platform, analyst Joshua Greenbaum concluded: "More importantly ... for customers and SAP, [is} using that HANA instance as a baseline of innovation on which you start building net-new innovation. Someone described it today as 'the innovation we haven't imagined yet." Would you agree with his analysis? If not, how do you see the future panning out for the SAP HANA platform?

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