SAP seeks to add value to SMEs

New software designed to increase speed and efficiency of implementations as well as the ability to focus on competitive differentiation

 

 

In a bid to deepen its industry- and geographic market-specific support for SMEs, SAP is making 60 enhancements to its SAP Best Practices offerings range

Designed for SAP All-in-One solutions, SAP Best Practices offerings include integrated business processes, methodologies and documentation to help companies expedite solution implementation and improve operational excellence. The 60 new offerings include 23 industry and cross-industry versions across 37 countries. They are designed to help companies in these segments draw on the expertise of SAP and its customer and partner ecosystem.

The new offerings cover business process scenarios for specific industries such as process manufacturing, consumer products and professional services. They are also available in specialised country versions to support customers in all operating regions of SAP.

 

SAP is confident that the Practices offerings meet the resource, price and industry requirements of SMEs companies while laying a scalable foundation for business growth. The intended benefits to SMEs from using the enhanced software include increased speed and efficiency of implementations as well as the ability to focus on competitive differentiation by starting with preconfigured industry best practices out of the box.

 

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