German ERP solution provider SAP has announced INR 500 crore investments in India, which is to localize operations and offer customers a multi-cloud strategy, the company said in a press release. Since India experiences less of its commitment, SAP will provide its multiple cloud solutions in India data centers, as the release mentioned.
“SAP’s commitment to support India’s growth vision remains a top priority, and we are determined to achieve this with deeper collaboration with our customers, ecosystem and the government,” Scott Russell, President at SAP Asia Pacific Japan, said.
“Our investment in India is toward accelerating the nation’s digital agenda and our customers’ transformation in the cloud,” he added.
The release also said that SAP India is a leading cloud company as it contains the largest and most diverse business-to-business cloud portfolios. What makes it significant is its ability to move towards addressing the local customers’ demands aggressively.
SAP has taken steps to offers the benefits of integrated cloud technologies to its customers in the past. The company claimed in a release that the actions taken by the company give more flexibility, making it data compliant under the upcoming Personal Data Protection Bill.
“Today, customers are seeking scalability, faster deployment, data compliancy and cost-effective solutions to enable innovation and achieve prompt business outcomes,” said Kulmeet Bawa, SAP Indian Subcontinent President and Managing Director.
“SAP intends to advance the vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat [self-reliant India] by leveraging an agile and scalable cloud technology that is co-developed in India and now made available in local data centers to help Indian enterprises recalibrate their businesses to run better,” he added.
Considering the state-of-the-art technology and in-depth market expertise, SAP is prepared to respond to the local market requirements and simultaneously provoke enterprises to harness their data so that they can become future-ready. The customers are looking forward to moving to the cloud for greater resiliency, the release said.