SAP supports digitization of businesses In Bangladesh empowers them to become Intelligent Enterprises

SAP signifies the importance to drive digitization for enterprises of Bangladesh and releases offerings and solutions that can empower them to become Intelligent Enterprises. SAP believes today’s enterprises have the ability to grow further by adopting digital technologies. With its intelligent offerings, and growing ecosystem SAP aims to help them in adopting newer technologies to reinvent themselves and contribute more to their digital economy.

Intelligent Enterprise is a strategy that allows companies to rapidly transform data into insight – feeding process automation, innovation, and optimal experiences. SAP through its intelligent suite of integrated applications is committed to enable firms to become best-run businesses, improve business performance and make the world run better.


“With the growing digital economy, businesses in Bangladesh are flourishing. To maintain this impressive growth trajectory, companies need to evolve and embrace intelligent technologies,” said Moushumee Basu Roy, VP Sales, North & East India, Bangladesh, SAP. “SAP’s objective is to bring in this transformation to the local market in order to accelerate the digitization process and help businesses become Intelligent Enterprises and in the process become best run businesses.

During the Intelligent Enterprise Summit in Dhaka, SAP showcased its best of suite business applications and best practices that will enable local businesses to innovate and prepare for the digital economy. Many prominent Bangladesh enterprises who have partnered with SAP to pave the way to digitalization were also felicitated during the event.


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