by April 20, 2011 0 comments



SAP India, a subsidiary of SAP AG embarks on  its ‘RUN BETTER Solutions Road Show’ to enable Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to gain more insights into the power of SAP solutions and services to achieve business excellence.

The road show will allow SMEs across eight Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities in India including Indore, Hyderabad, Ahmadabad, Pune, Ludhiana, Coimbatore, Aurangabad amongst others, to access and learn from SAP solutions experts, industry specific partners and existing customers from successful user organizations. This road show will also feature live demonstrations of solutions, enabling SMEs to experience the benefits first hand. The SAP Run Better road show will reach more than 600 SME organizations, partners and influencers over the next six months.

SAP India serves over 3600 SME customers in India providing innovative, standardized and the industry’s best pre-configured solutions that can be deployed more quickly and deliver faster time to value to customers.

“SMEs are now exposed to greater opportunities than ever for expansion and diversification across all sectors in India. SMEs are beginning to utilize technology adaptation to support business growth and achieve operational excellence that can support growth,” said Mr. Priyadarshi Mohapatra, Head SME Sales, SAP India. “With SAP Run Better solution Road show, we aim to provide a platform for SMEs customers to meet, learn, understand and interact with other successful SAP Customers in this industry”, he added.

The road show will engage SMEs through specific break-out sessions containing live demonstrations of simple, industry-relevant and affordable SAP solutions, customer implementations and testimonials including partner discussions. In addition to networking with industry and regional peers and partners, participants will leave the event with a clear outlook of a product strategy aimed at enabling SAP customers.

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