SAP fortifies its cloud strategy for India
SAP India, a subsidiary of SAP AG on Wednesday, announced a unified strategy of delivering next-generation cloud solutions to enable customers better manage their critical assets and relationships, namely HR, finance, customer and procurement.
"The cloud has profoundly changed the way people interact. In enterprises today, IT is required to scale up, provide real-time insights into business and help companies decide, respond boldly and quickly," said John Ruthven, Senior Vice President, Cloud and Line of Business, SAP Asia Pacific Japan.
"As we accelerate the transition to the cloud by offering customers choice, we will bring even more options to help provide enterprises with remarkable business value, radical simplification of their IT landscapes and tremendous competitive advantages," Ruthven said.
SAP in India has infused the cloud DNA, into its business and has seen a surge in the demand from customers of all sizes giving companies the flexibility and choice they need to innovate for growth across their entire business on cloud.
SAP hybrid cloud offerings in gaining momentum as Indian companies realize the potential for transforming business capabilities and driving new innovative services.
Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited and Dabur India Limited have been on the SAP Cloud for over a decade have seen significant progress to transact, move, store, process and analyze data in real time.
Several other organizations have opted the cloud infrastructure including Dr.Reddy's Laboratories Ltd, Shapoorji Pallonji and Co. Ltd., Balasore Alloys, Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Max Life Insurance, Asian Paints, TCL Corporation, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. and Lupin Limited to name a few.
"Businesses today are exposed to situations beyond cloud that includes managing people, costs and achieving customer satisfaction', said Rajamani Srinivasan, Vice President and Chief of Staff, SAP India.
"With a well-defined cloud road map and customer-first focus approach, SAP is empowering customers to leverage and extend their existing investments with the flexibility of deployment choices," he added.
(Posted on 14-05-2014)