New Services Driving Agility and Resiliency with SAP Business Technology Platform

WALLDORF SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today released three new services to help customers get the full potential of the cloud using SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP).

The new offering includes services for exploration, for process optimization and innovation as well as for re-platforming and extension development. These services enable customers to implement a hybrid cloud environment, allowing them to respond rapidly to changing market conditions. The services also provide greater scalability to address ever-growing business needs.

“Our new services allow customers to realize the full business value of SAP BTP, gaining the benefits of the cloud and intelligent technologies while incorporating their existing IT landscape and investments,” said Maggie Buggie, chief business officer, Customer Success Services, SAP. “From exploration of how to optimize mission-critical processes to creating a comprehensive road map for building scalable cloud applications to re-platforming existing custom applications, these services help our customers achieve greater effectiveness, efficiency and business agility.”

A recent study* noted the cloud’s potential to create US$1 trillion in additional value. Early adopters who aggressively pursue cloud strategies will reap the greatest share of this potential.

These new services provide customers business benefits including:

  • Gaining insights into possible hybrid cloud landscapes and designs that meet unique customer needs
  • Adapting a digital innovation strategy that ensures long-term success
  • Improving existing custom applications using cloud technologies for greater scalability, agility, flexibility and faster time to value
  • Discovering value and cost benefits by moving existing custom applications and new development to the cloud

Together these new services allow customers to leverage the full potential of SAP BTP, facilitating quick and agile reactions to constantly changing market, business and technology conditions and evolving customer demands.

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*“Cloud’s trillion-dollar prize is up for grabs,” McKinsey Quarterly, McKinsey & Company, February 26, 2021.

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