The Heineken® brand was born over 150 years ago from Gerard Heineken’s desire to fundamentally improve the way beer was brewed.
Heineken is now the largest brewer in Europe and the second largest in the world. They have:
At Heineken, we’re really impressed by Data Sync Manager; it’s proved to be an all-encompassing solution.
Heineken’s data team wanted to refresh and scramble their entire SAP and non-SAP ERP landscape more often. GDPR, agile sprints and complex international projects were all drivers prompting a search for a solution to facilitate and automate test data refreshes for both SAP and non-SAP environments.
One of Heineken’s main requirements was a need for consistent, cross-client and cross-technology scrambling. It was important the scrambled data should have different values after a run and adhere to ‘pattern-breaking’ methodologies.
The Heineken team’s SAP test data refresh solution needed to be:
We’ve been able to automate much of the process, optimising our investment and making it scalable and repeatable.
Heineken bought EPI-USE Labs’ full Data Sync Manager™ (DSM) suite to refresh their non-production environment with anonymized data quickly:
DSM, in combination with Symphony orchestration from BCS and DATPROF’s test data and scrambling solutions, is used for non-SAP environments. The three systems together provide a seamless solution to refresh test data across SAP and non-SAP systems.
Heineken also uses our SAP Data Privacy Suite to be more GDPR compliant.
The EPI-USE Labs’ SAP Data Privacy Suite has helped us to comply with data privacy legislation like the GDPR.
The Heineken IT team is now able to refresh their test data (both SAP and non-SAP) quickly, easily, consistently and independently. The team can run a refresh project of 54 operating companies in over 30 SAP systems in just a few days. Importantly, all sensitive data is consistently anonymous.
Our IT team can now refresh our test data (both SAP and non-SAP) quickly, easily, consistently and independently. We can run a refresh project of 54 operating companies in over 30 SAP systems in just a few days. And importantly, all our sensitive data is consistently anonymous.