SAP IN set forth the launch of SAP S/4 HANA Cloud and SAP Commerce Cloud on India Data Centre. Digital transformations and superior customer experiences aremain features for businesses to hold on and thrive in this new normal succeeding through the COVID-19 era. With this launch, Indian enterprises can now meet end-to-end customer demands, make commerce friction less while ensuring compliance with current and upcoming Personal Data Protection Bill.
“Adoption of agility like that of a Digital Native model across the business landscape can lead India Inc to quicker recovery as well as push the demand of a digital buying mindset (electronic commerce),” said Debdeep Sengupta, President and Managing Director, SAP Indian Subcontinent “With SAP’s locally available Business Cloud, we are easing Indian enterprises transition to be a digital business.”
As the economy shifts towards a consumption-based model, SAP brings together core technologies into one “stack” to deliver a high level of scalability and flexibility in the country while adhering to localization of the data policy. Further, with an € 5.5 Billion addressable market opportunity by 2023, SAP believes the need for companies to dive into technology areas such as user experience, data analytics, cloud solutions and mobility.
The availability of S/4HANA Cloud and SAP Commerce Cloud in India will offer enterprises a quick and easy way to consume the latest solutions in the cloud and enable them take advantage of next-generation software and services.