SAPPHIRE NOW announced new offering and services

SAPPHIRE NOW 2019 a three-day event held during May 7 to 9 2019 at the Orange Country Convention Center, Orlando Florida. They highlighted updates in regards their technological solutions that would assist businesses is not only beneficial the company but also the employees and customers.

“For Philippine businesses to secure growth and maintain high-quality performance in the digital landscape, they must continuously integrate new solutions into their current systems to ensure that they exceed customer expectations,” said Edler Panlilio, Managing Director, SAP Philippines. “The new data management solutions, product roadmaps, and updates to SAP HANA, as well as other applications that were announced during this year’s SAPPHIRE NOW event, can be utilized by all types of businesses in the Philippines regardless of size, especially that they present next-gen capabilities to support them to achieve their desired outcomes, and make the world run better.”

Such offering are Qualtrics Solution, SAP HANA and SAP Cloud Platform and collaborations with Apple to expand its apps services. SAP also collaborated with Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services that would guide users in the cloud.

New SAP Qualtrics offerings announced at #SAPPHIRENOW provide organizations with a solution to the experience gap. SAP Data Warehouse Cloud revolutionizes data management, helping businesses make decisions without doubt.

 

Apple revealed that its on-device machine learning technology, CORE ML, will be available on the SAP Cloud Platform SDK for iOS. The forthcoming version of the SDK will allow firms to create custom iOS apps powered by SAP’s Leonardo technology. It will be available later in May.

SAP HANA is an in-memory database and application development platform for processing high volumes of data in real time. SAP HANA is highest profile product  are aimed to gain benefit from the new cloud services as needed.

Project “Embrace” Guides Organizations to the Cloud

The last day of the conference witnessed SAP announced project “Embrace,” a collaboration program with Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud as well as global strategic service partners (GSSPs).

“Embrace” puts the customer’s move to SAP S/4HANA® in the cloud in the language and context of their primary industry, by recommending the platform, software, services and infrastructure from SAP as well as their preferred hyperscaler and preferred service partner.

The move to SAP S/4HANA in the cloud is planned to come in the form of market-approved journeys, reference architectures and easy access to the underpinning technology services required to help customers achieve the best business outcomes. By collaborating with hyperscalers and GSSPs to deliver this program, SAP aims to provide its customers a single blueprint to support their transition and journey toward an intelligent enterprise.

 

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