SAP SE unveiled responsible AI built into business solutions, ledger-based accounting for carbon tracking and industry-specific networks to bolster supply chain resilience.
With these advances, SAP is helping customers transform their business models in the cloud, put sustainability at the center of their operations and boost agility to succeed amid ongoing change.
AI Built for Business
SAP announced a raft of advancements to SAP Business AI, including innovations that personalize customer engagement, make procurement more productive and expand organizations’ abilities to find and develop critical talent across their entire workforce.
SAP also draws on the strength of its rich ecosystem to benefit customers. Yesterday SAP announced the next step in its long-standing partnership with Microsoft. The companies will collaborate on integrating SAP SuccessFactors solutions with Microsoft 365 Copilot and Copilot in Viva Learning as well as with Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI Service to access powerful language models that analyze and generate natural language.
The integrations will enable new experiences designed to improve how organizations attract, retain and skill their people.
Moving Toward a Green Ledger
SAP announced an update to the SAP Sustainability Footprint Management solution, a single solution that calculates and manages the full range of corporate, value chain and product-level emissions. SAP is also announcing the SAP Sustainability Data Exchange application, a new solution for enterprises to securely exchange standardized sustainability data with partners and suppliers so they can decarbonize supply chains faster.
SAP’s green ledger initiative is planned to become part of the RISE with SAP and GROW with SAP solutions.
Innovations Across the Portfolio, Platform and Ecosystem Shore Up Customers’ Resilience
SAP also announced a host of innovations across the rest of its portfolio. For example, drawing on the success of SAP Business Network, a comprehensive B2B collaboration platform where some $4.5 trillion of trade is conducted annually, SAP announced SAP Business Network for Industry. This offering combines the benefits of networked supply chains with SAP’s unique industry expertise to help customers across consumer products, high tech, industrial manufacturing and life sciences boost supply chain resilience quickly.
Innovations launched across SAP Business Technology Platform dramatically accelerate business process organization and enable enterprise automation at scale. Advancements in SAP Signavio solutions mean customers get critical process insights in hours, not days.
Updates to SAP Integration Suite bring together holistic processes across SAP and non-SAP systems on-premise and in the cloud. And new event integration capabilities in SAP’s low-code offering, SAP Build solutions, give business experts the power to trigger automations across all business processes.
As customers face increasingly fractured data landscapes, SAP also recently built on its commitment to open data that increases customers’ ability to uncover deep, actionable business insights with an extensive expansion of its partnership with Google Cloud.
The comprehensive open-data offering enables customers to build an end-to-end data cloud that brings data from across the enterprise landscape using the SAP Datasphere solution together with Google’s data cloud.
SAP also doubled down on its commitment to upskill two million people worldwide by 2025 as the need for top-notch professional developers continues rising along with the increasing pace of technological innovation. The company announced new programs to meet the growing demand for SAP experts across its ecosystem to continue driving customers’ ongoing business transformation in the cloud.