SAP SE launches its fifth SAP Leonardo Centre, aiming to help customers, partners and the broader ecosystem of universities and start-ups across the Asia Pacific Japan region to deliver faster innovation with less risk. The Centre is designed to serve as the “front-end” for APJ customers and partners to accelerate their digital innovation journeys using the capabilities of SAP Leonardo and Design Thinking.
Its latest centre is located in Singapore, expanding its footprint in the region, adding to the three Innovation Centres and four SAP Labs in APJ. The Centre brings together Internet of Things (IOT), Machine Learning, Blockchain, Big Data, Analytics and Data Intelligence on SAP Cloud Platform.
“The SAP Leonard Centre in Singapore will showcase the art of the possible in digital innovation and help our customers scale quickly, easily and effectively,” says Scott Russell, President, SAP APJ.
“It is a zone created around innovation. It’s a space for partners; academia from universities; customers; employees – bringing all of that together and help them ideate the future together. We want to help drive the digital transformation journey. Digital transformation isn’t a long journey; it is fast and nimble.”
SAP hopes with the new Centre in Singapore, the corporation can be the think tank to drive purpose-led innovation that will improve the lives of one billion people and delivery the Intelligent Enterprise for over 70,000 customers in APJ by 2022.