SAP enhances its digital innovation engine SAP Leonardo

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SAP has updated its digital innovation system- SAP Leonardo with new IoT solutions. The system now includes new accelerators for industries and the Internet of Things, extended tools for SAP Build and new Cloud Foundry packages for SAP Cloud Platform for partners.

Mala Anand, executive vice president and president of SAP Leonardo, data and insights at SAP said: “We’re helping customers drive business model and process changes by building innovative capabilities that integrate with our core business applications, making it easier for customers to quickly realise the value of digital transformation and at reasonable cost.”

“SAP Leonardo Innovation Services provide customers with a safe way to experiment with new technologies and find the best fit for their business before making an investment in new technology,” said Michael Kleinemeier, member of the executive board of SAP SE, SAP Digital Business Services, SAP.

SAP also launched several new Internet of Things (IoT) solutions at the recent SAP Leonardo Live global summit in Frankfurt, Germany, including SAP Leonardo IoT Bridge, SAP Global Track and Trace, SAP Leonardo IoT Edge, SAP Digital Manufacturing Insights, and SAP Asset Manager.

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