Dolby Extracts The Signal From The Noise in SAP

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Dolby Laboratories is dedicated to advancing the science of sound and has transformed the entertainment experience for 50 years. It began with Dolby noise reduction for tape recordings, and continues through today with many groundbreaking technologies in cinemas, professional recording studios, video games, and mobile media to name a few. Sap noise image

I won’t blind you with science here (that’s the other Dolby), as Dolby’s site is chock-full of great information and some truly incredible audio examples. One particular innovation of note is Dolby Atmos, which has revolutionized sound with object-based audio.  Dolby Atmos is flexible and adaptable to different environments. Just as Attunity’s solutions are for data. In Dolby Atmos, each sound can be targeted as an object. With Attunity Gold Client Solutions, data can be targeted, even down to individual records. Just as filmmakers can precisely specify those sound objects and how they should move, Gold Client does this with SAP data.

Gold Client is so precise and flexible that it can even be used in the most demanding and heavily configured SAP environments, such as the one at Dolby Labs. They have a complex SAP landscape incorporating business integrations with custom and packaged applications. Their enterprise applications footprint consists of many SAP modules, including integration with Vistex, which is a “royalty calculation engine” to successfully manage rights and royalties.

As Dolby licenses its groundbreaking technologies, earning around 90% of its revenues from royalties, it is critical to be able to reduce the noise generated by the additional complex layer of Vistex data. With Gold Client, Dolby is now achieving this.

Tomorrow, Dolby will present in our webinar how they create an automatically refreshed environment to valídate the critical data generated by Vistex agreements. They will also detail how they are using Attunity’s technology to advance the science of SAP data reproduction. Want to learn more?

Register now to attend tomorrow’s webinar!