By: Venkat Nanduri
I hope this email finds you well and resilient as ever.
As the weeks go by, we wonder if there is still
hope at the horizon. However, it is heartening to see that we are increasingly
coming together as a global community to share resources, and spread hope to
those who need it the most.
If the shared experiences of the last few weeks have taught us anything, it is that we are not as prepared for uncertainty as we’d like to think. No matter how lean or innovative a company may be, for it to predict and circumvent obstacles effectively, promote real-time collaboration, and make game-changing decisions, its operations need to be underpinned by highly adaptable software technology.
I’m talking about Cloud ERP, or more specifically, SAP® Business ByDesign® – an end-to-end solution that’s quick to implement and easy to configure. We need to talk about this technology now more than ever, and learn how to use it to jumpstart and keep businesses afloat in the age of uncertainty.
The Cloud ERP that I’m talking about gives mid-market enterprises the agility to quickly adapt to dynamic, unprecedented changes and respond to new opportunities.
Allow me to state it more clearly: As a cloud-based hybrid solution, it gives businesses full control over their data. It is just as easily configurable, and is accessible anywhere, any time. All of this makes it a perfect fit for almost any small or medium business, allowing them to emerge successful and confident in the face of unpredictability.
We will be hosting an “Open House” webinar with our industry experts on the topic: “Virtual Operations Unplugged”. We call it “Open House” because you can ask any question related to SAP Business ByDesign. Examples include how to perform lean installation and customizations, how to navigate adverse situations to obtain accelerated business benefits, where to begin, etc.
If you are interested, please do respond to this email and I will send the invite.
If there’s anything in particular you wish to cover, feel free to write to me.