One may feel daunted when considering SAP Cloud Services, but this is a healthy daunt. Data and storage, analytics, business services, DevOps integration, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), runtime environments and container technology, security, and the user experience are just some of SAP’s capabilities that appear never-ending.

Incorporating SAP’s cloud platform is a practical and flexible option. As a result, it is well suited to hybrid clouds. Additionally, SAP offers a service where your firm may create and deploy these apps using your organisation’s development talents to gain business agility in the process.

Core Business:

It is possible to develop and enhance customised, collaborative, mobile cloud apps using SAP Cloud Platform, an open platform as a service (PaaS) that offers in-memory capabilities and core platform services and unique business services. SINCE ITS INCEPTION, SAP Cloud Services HANA has grown into a PaaS with more than 40 application services.

Digital connections may be formed with the SAP Service Cloud HANA, while S/4 HANA can be tailored to meet the changing demands of the organisation.

IoT:

Everything may be connected regardless of where it is located or who built it. Your fleet, your assets, and so much more may be interconnected through the Internet of Things (IoT). According to the company’s website, SAP Service Cloud partners have created over 1000 applications.

Digital:

The platform aids in the agility of organisations and supports and enhances their operations, all while speeding up and soaring their current digital transformation path.

Real-Life Examples of Success:

Independent software providers, entrepreneurs, and developers may now utilise SAP Cloud Services HANA to design and test cloud applications based on SAP HANA.

Even if your organisation is already well established, you may still profit from the SAP cloud platform if you need to expand your cloud and on-premises applications. Everyone is welcome on the forum. For example, Walmart is one of the world’s largest retailers, and it has already reaped the rewards. Within six weeks, 1,400 suppliers across 700 product categories completed more than 2,500 sustainability analyses.

SAP Fiori and SAP Service Cloud HANA Platform development and deployment technologies are being used by Pacific Drilling in Houston to deliver application prototypes to customers in two weeks, generating new applications 75 per cent quicker than previously, and reducing costs by 50 per cent.

Some 33% of HCP users want to develop applications on SAP Service Cloud HANA; 33% want to bridge functional application gaps in on premise and SaaS applications; 18% want to build brand new apps, and 9% are interested in creating applications they can sell. This comes from an ASUG poll conducted in 2016.

There will be many more tales of achievement in the future at this pace. It’s SAP’s goal to bring more organisations on board, but they must actively disclose more detailed information about their company to persuade them to join.

Conclusion:

There is a good chance your organisation is one of the many still waiting to profit from cloud computing. Many companies feel the strain to keep up with the times as cloud use has become more widespread. Seeing their counterparts reaping the benefits of ERP Cloud might exacerbate this.