No matter what business you’re in, you’ll get to a point when you require digital answers and innovative solutions to get ahead.
At the SAP Leonardo Live conference currently underway in Germany, the global enterprise and software giant announced the launch of several new Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. The big data and analytics space need to coincide with “Industry 4.0”, which is why SAP Leonardo is so innovative – it’s based on the SAP Cloud Platform and integrates new technologies such as machine learning.
“Less than one year ago, we announced our commitment to invest and grow our IoT business,” said Dr. Tanja Rueckert, president, IoT and Digital Supply Chain at SAP. “With SAP Leonardo as our digital innovation system, we are defining the path to digital transformation with innovation that can scale across the entire organisation.”
With SAP and its many customers (from Red Bull to McLaren, Accenture and more) continually working on ways of making real-life use of SAP’s Leonardo technology, the possibilities are almost endless.
From Global Track and Trace, a cloud monitoring and reporting system, to Leonardo IoT Bridge, a real-time digital command centre, it looks like SAP’s Leonardo is ready to help businesses across the globe transform digitally, no matter the industry.