SAP Announces SAP.iO Foundry Demo Day in New York City, Featuring Women-Led Startups

NEW YORK — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced the first demo day at the SAP.iO Foundry in New York City, presenting nine startups led by women in the enterprise technology space.

These nine companies span diverse industries and technologies including machine learning, blockchain, next-generation supply chain and extended reality (XR) tech. The SAP.iO Foundries program, which started in April, focuses on helping grow and scale early-stage companies by providing tailored mentoring, access to SAP’s customer base and technology, as well as APIs.

The cohort included: Amberdata | CN2 | dMetrics | Lately | Narrativ | NopSec | StyleSage | Sundar | Ziggeo

“SAP.iO Foundry in New York City is helping women and minority entrepreneurs scale their startups in the competitive environment of B2B technology,” said Deepak Krishnamurthy, chief strategy officer, SAP. “With New York becoming a hub for promising startups focused on enterprise tech, the SAP.iO Foundry is a true showcase of SAP’s commitment to building an inclusive and innovative startup ecosystem around SAP products and solutions.”

The SAP.iO Foundries program is a global network for top-tier startups, including accelerators that help them build innovative software and deliver high value for customers. Current SAP.iO Foundries are in major startup hubs, including Paris, Berlin, Tel Aviv, New York City and San Francisco.

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