WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced its placement by Gartner Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the “Magic Quadrant for Single-Instance ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies.”
The announcement marks the fifth consecutive year that SAP Business All-in-One solutions have been placed in the Leaders quadrant by Gartner, recognized as a “set of visionary solutions with strong execution.”
The next-generation business software SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA helps growing businesses Run Simple in the digital economy. SAP S/4HANA, edition for SAP Business All-in-One, enables midsize companies to focus more on the needs of their customers, suppliers and partners while they manage every aspect of their operations in real time and automate many critical processes.
“The positioning of SAP Business All-in-One solutions as leader by Gartner confirms our continuing efforts to offer eminently suited and innovative software to upper midmarket companies,” said Bobby Vetter, senior vice president, Portfolio Management ERP Solutions, Global Partner Operations, SAP. “Our renewed edition makes SAP S/4HANA available to growing companies. It supports them in mastering the digital transformation to drive business innovation with simplicity by connecting people, devices and business networks in real time.”
The industry-specific software that comprises SAP Business All-in-One solutions serves more than 26,500 SAP customers in 55 countries. SAP S/4HANA, edition for SAP Business All-in-One, provides flexibility, agility and reliability to midmarket organizations by offering a broad array of mobile, cloud and analytics features, largely built on the in-memory computing platform of SAP HANA.
Download of a copy of this year’s “Magic Quadrant for Single-Instance ERP for Product-Centric Midmarket Companies” report from Gartner here.
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