India’s milk producers face hard working conditions every day. Each morning they deliver their fresh milk to a nearby cooperative and face a long procedure of quality checks and protocol, after which special secretaries register the supply in one of the society banks. The supply chain of fresh products in India can be long and slow; producers are not paid until all measurements and checks have been done. SAP HANA enables cooperatives to shorten processes and increase transparency. Data can be entered and processed in real time, improving the lives of milk farmers across India. To learn more, watch a video from SAP TV:.
Milk and SAP HANA: Creating Professional Lives
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