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One Size Never Fits All

 Sujith Vasudevan, Managing Editor

Let alone enterprises, even the MSMEs and startups find it easier to bank on ERP due to data driven technologies and the dire competition prevailing in the segment. The traits like scalability and affordability help them cut costs by eliminating dispensable processes, automating mundane tasks, and providing employees with actionable information that will help them make better

decisions faster. Then there is data and the enormous possibilities it brings. Over the past two decades, SAP has settled well in, with various game-changing technology solutions that often solve societal problems.

Going forward, the 20,000+ companies strong SAP partner ecosystem will play a major role by continuing to solve the global challenges beyond the business realm the mappings and tracking during the pandemic are a case in point. With an ever growing ERP market, which is expected to reach $202.28 billion in 2025, growing at a CAGR of 8.1 percent, and already 77 percent of the world’s transaction revenue touching an SAP system, SAP partners are affirmatively foreseeing field days ahead.

In order to jump into this favorable milieu, SAP partners need to be acquainted with the SAP products as well as the nuances of the history, business, and requirements of local customers. They will have to flex their innovative muscles and build additional capabilities & useful modules on top of SAP platforms, in addition to integrating with third party legacy IT systems to penetrate the local market everything at an affordable price structure, of course. Remember, one size never fits all. The key to success lies in finding localized needs and molding localized solutions with intact quality.

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