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SAP and KPIT to jointly sell SAP Leonardo platform to Indian businesses

Under this partnership, KPIT will deliver end-to-end solutions with SAP Leonardo. SAP Leonardo was recently launched in India

KPIT Technologies announced an extended collaboration to jointly go to market with SAP India to sell SAP Leonardo digital platform. “The technology shifts are disrupting enterprises on multiple fronts and triggering innovation in their business models. As customers in India embark on their digital pursuits, we look forward to driving transformations with our proven experience in implementing SAP’s compelling solutions and deep domain knowledge across the industries we serve,” said Sahil Dhawan, Associate Vice President, SAP SBU at KPIT.

Under this partnership, KPIT will deliver end-to-end solutions such as connected enterprise, connected factories, digital supply chain, diagnostics, Journey Risk Management (JRM), etc., with SAP Leonardo. These solutions will integrate with the core business applications of enterprises in industries such as manufacturing, life science, industrial and consumer packaged goods (CPG). KPIT will further assist in augmenting the digital footprint throughout the organizations to simplify operations and achieve innovation excellence.

SAP Leonardo which was recently launched in India accelerates innovation with a user-centric approach that identifies the desired business outcome and applies relevant technologies such as the Internet of Things, machine learning, blockchain, Big Data and analytics.

“With SAP Leonardo, KPIT, will now be able to empower customers to take and complete their digital journey, not just to innovate, but to become scaled digital businesses like never before,” said Neeraj Athalye, Head – S/4HANA, GST Adoption & Leonardo at SAP Indian Subcontinent.

KPIT said that has a long-standing relationship with SAP and supports businesses across 25 countries. It provides full lifecycle solutions for SAP licensing, consulting, implementation and support with an industry focused approach. The company’s multi-certified, global SAP workforce maintains deep technical and functional understanding of the entire SAP technology landscape with dedicated practices for ERP, Cloud HCM, Digital Supply Chain and Manufacturing, Customer Engagement, Digital Commerce and Platform Solutions (SAP HANA) that empowers customers to accelerate speed to business value.

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