SAP launches Leonardo Center in Singapore

posted August 11, 2018 at 08:00 pm
by  Ram Christian Agustin
SAP expanded its innovation footprint by serving as the “front end” for Asia Pacific Japan customers and partners to accelerate their digital innovation journeys and simultaneously use live technology delivery environment to provide the Intelligent Enterprise.

Using the capabilities of SAP Leonardo and Design Thinking, the Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Big Data and Analytics and Data Intelligence will be brought together on the SAP Cloud Platform.

“The SAP Leonardo Center in Singapore will showcase the art of the possible in digital innovation and help customers scale quickly, easily, and effectively,” said Scott Russell, President of SAP APJ.

The SAP Leonardo Center Singapore aims to shift the business environment of their customers from Digital Transformation into an Intelligent Enterprise which will feature Intelligent Suite, Intelligent Technologies and a digital platform as its 3 key components.

“Together with our customers and partners, we aim to leverage the SAP Leonardo Center Singapore as a think tank to drive purpose-led innovation that will ultimately improve the lives of one billion people and deliver the Intelligent Enterprise for over 70,000 customers in APJ by 2022. The Leonardo Center in Singapore will play a key role in realizing our growth strategy and drive customer success in the new Intelligence era,” Russell added.

The SAP Leonardo Center Singapore is the latest addition to three Innovation Centers and four SAP Labs in APJ where SAP spent €3,352 million on Research and Development globally in 2017.

Topics: SAP , Leonardo Center , Singapore
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