Wednesday, January 25, 2017

SAP Rolls Out S/4HANA Retail for Merchandise Management -

"German software behemoth, SAP SE SAP recently launched SAP S/4HANA Retail, a special version of the SAP S/4HANA platform for merchandise management. This will help retailers develop an omnichannel end-to-end retailing solution, thus meeting the rising demands of the digital economy. 
Noteworthy features of industry-specific SAP S/4HANA Retail include the ability to provide end-to-end support for all core retail processes, offer meaningful insights into operational retail data and a simple and intuitive user interface. This will enable users to access real-time information, thus enhancing decision-making process.   
 SAP believes that there is a pressing demand among retailers to optimize processes and retail frameworks. The SAP S/4HANA Retail will aid customers in exploring other business models. SAP S/4HANA's powerful real-time predictive analytics will enable clients meet present needs of the market and plan for future ones flawlessly.  
Without doubt, SAP S/4HANA has been the company's biggest top-line driver ever since its introduction in 2015. This platform has established itself as a "mission critical control center" for businesses pursuing digital transformation. SAP foresees the demand for S/4 HANA to surge, as SAP Cloud powered by HANA is the only 'real-time digital data offering' which helps in modernizing client operations." Read the full article here 

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

SAP Grows on Sturdy IoT, Cloud Prospects; Macro Woes Stay -

SAP Grows on Sturdy IoT, Cloud Prospects; Macro Woes Stay - "We issued an updated research report on German software giant -  SAP SE SAP - on Jan 9, 2017. Headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, SAP is one of the largest independent software vendors in the world and the leading provider of enterprise resource planning ("ERP") software. Over the past six months, SAP's shares recorded an average return of 13.4%, outperforming the Zacks categorized Computer Software-Services industry average return of 10.5%. However, the company has a dismal track record as far as earnings are concerned, having missed estimates thrice in the trailing four quarters, with an average negative surprise of 1.8%." Read full article at

Monday, January 23, 2017

SAP Leonardo Jump-Start Enablement Program | SAP News Center

"WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced a jump-start enablement program for its Internet of Things (IoT) innovation portfolio. The program is intended to help customers connect the emerging world of intelligent devices with people and processes to achieve tangible business outcomes. 
Promotional Pricing and Consultative Services Will Help Customers Adopt Successful IoT Strategies; Global SAP Leonardo Event Announced for July 2017 in Frankfurt 
Following through on SAP’s recently announced commitment to invest €2 billion in IoT over five years, the IoT portfolio combines adaptive applications, Big Data applications and connectivity in packaged solutions across line-of-business and industry use cases ranging from connected products, assets and infrastructure to vehicle fleets, markets and people." Read the full article at SAP News Center.