SAP NEWSBYTE — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced it has been positioned as a leader in asset management software according to the recent Gartner Magic Quadrant for Energy and Utilities Enterprise Asset Management Software.*
“We believe the placement by Gartner reflects that SAP’s leadership in the utilities and all asset-intensive markets, including chemicals, mill, mining, and oil and gas, continues to grow and that our recent innovations in the areas of enterprise asset management are being widely adopted,” said Dr. Achim Krüger, vice president, operational excellence solutions, SAP. “We will continue to enhance our capabilities around user experience and asset information management as well as simulation and predictive technologies.”
SAP® software helps more than 15,000 customers in 82 countries manage their assets. For 40 years, SAP has helped businesses run better through world-class software solutions that solve complex problems to plan, acquire, operate, and maintain assets for delivering products and services to the global economy.
SAP software enables asset-intensive customers to:
- Integrate engineering, manufacturing, asset management, sustainability, and supply chain processes with information from planning, design, delivery and consumption
- Establish a single, real-time view of operational and business performance and integrate sensor data
- Optimize asset availability and reliability for balancing cost, risk and performance
- Leverage analytics for simulation and predictive strategies
*”Gartner Magic Quadrant for Energy and Utilities Enterprise Asset Management Software,” Sept. 15, 2015, by Lief Eriksen
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