SAP to Extend its Service Support for UK's SMEs with New Partnership
FREMONT, CA: SAP has recently acknowledged that they have partnered with Google, PayPal and United Parcel Service (UPS) to extend its SAP Anywhere software support worldwide including The United Kingdom’s small business ventures. Through this partnership, SAP Anywhere users will have a single cloud based application directly integrated with their partner’s platform, and will receive access to PayPal and Google tools through one system.
SAP Anywhere service extension to UK’s small business ventures includes a new front-office solution, which is designed specifically to meet the needs of small enterprises with the ease in digital economy. The new native mobile solution incorporates user-friendly digital tools to manage e-commerce, marketing, customer engagement, inventory management, and business analytics from any mobile device. “The launch of SAP Anywhere is great news for SMEs in the United Kingdom,” says Rodolpho Cardenuto, President of Global Channels and General Business, SAP.
SAP Anywhere helps small companies to grow their business, and capitalize on retail store sales, build an entire website or online store, create marketing campaigns, manage the inventory and analyze the company performance. It combines a range of features into a single cloud-based application to deliver a powerful solution to small enterprises. The company has a customer success team to provide integration and implementation assistance in every step of the business, with the goal of driving long-term success for customers. “Communicating with customers is the most important work for any small business. These businesses can now interact with their customers more effectively from within Google Apps with full visibility of their customer and inventory data using SAP Anywhere,” says Rahul Sood, Managing Director, Google Apps.
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