SAP will launch its complete Cloud offering in New Zealand at customer events in Auckland on July 23 and Wellington on July 26.
For the first time, the company's entire set of Cloud solutions, supporting an organisation's processes for managing money, serving customers, engaging and developing its people and working with suppliers, will be accessible to New Zealand businesses of all sizes.
SAP's cloud offering supports a hybrid approach by which customers can mix and match Cloud, on-premise and hosted applications with seamless integration with their SAP and non-SAP systems.
This allows businesses to adopt Cloud at their own pace and preserve their existing investments.
"New Zealand businesses are being transformed by the Cloud at unprecedented velocity," SAP manaing director New Zealand, Graeme Riley, said.
"To successfully compete in global markets, Kiwi businesses need systems that are up and running fast at low cost of ownership, while enabling scalable and rapid innovation."
SAP offers a comprehensive portfolio of Cloud applications, with more than 29 million users in the Cloud, along with experience with the world's largest Cloud implementations and an unparalleled user experience.
It has more than 238,000 SAP customers in 191 countries across 25 industries.
People who attend the launch will be able to explore the next wave of Cloud solutions that are helping organisations like theirs manage the complexities of customer, supplier, employee and financial expectations.
Attendees will also learn how consumers are evaluating, seeking help, buying and providing feedback in new and innovative ways. And they will hear the latest industry trends and strategies about how Cloud is being evaluated and adopted in organisations.
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