SAP offers software for small, medium businesses

Wednesday, 30 July 2003, 07:00 Hrs
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CHANDIGARH: SAP India, a leading provider of business software Solutions, Tuesday announced the launch of new software for small and medium businesses (SMBs).

The software is called mySAP(tm) All-in-One solutions.

SAP is among the world's leading providers of business software solutions with
subsidiaries in 50 countries and is listed on the Frankfurt and New York stock

In India, SAP claims to be the market leader in the SMB segment with 160 customers including companies like H&R Johnson, Balsara, Bhartia Cutler Hammer,
Sudarshan Chemicals, Daikin Shriram Airconditioning, Navneet Publications,
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Matrix Laboratories, Munjal Showa and Messung Systems.

With Verma Infotech of Ludhiana as a channel partner, Bangalore-based SAP India
is now tapping the market in northern India.

SAP India SMB business unit head Srinivas Rao said SMBs needed individually configured micro-vertical standard solutions delivering value at an affordable price that allowed them scalability and flexibility to meet current and future challenges.

The new mySAP(tm) All-in-One solutions are prepackaged, industry-specific versions with built-in content, tools and methodologies, saving up to 40 percent in time and 30 percent of cost when compared to traditional implementations, he said.

Rao said SAP's solutions for SMBs leveraged the company's more than 30 years of expertise and experience in providing enterprise management and vertical industry solutions in diverse markets around the world.

He said the solution would be offered to SMBs in segments including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, automobiles, consumer products, engineering and construction media and others.

"SAP and its partners together will address all areas including software, hardware, implementation and support services, thereby offering a one-stop
solution for the customer," Rao added.

SMB is a strategic focus segment for SAP and the company aims to be the
number one solution provider for SMBs in the Asia-Pacific by 2005. SAP has over 6,681 installations in the region, of which 3,459 are SMBs.

Source: IANS
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