US: The Systems, Applications and Products Company, also known as SAP, has branched out a system that enables real-time computing and analytics so businesses can search and act on big data. At the annual CeBIT conference on Tuesday in Hannover, Germany, SAP demonstrated another example of its growing businesses based on on-demand computing backboned by HANA: The company said, it will extend live credit-card transactions for buying its wares globally from 32 countries now to more than 100 countries by the end of 2016.
SAP Digital, launched in May 2015, enables anyone to buy and use SAP and third-party software and services through a single-click credit-card purchase. Company claims more than 1.3 million unique visitors visited SAPStore.com last year, resulting in more than 10,000 orders.
The company added that the Digital division, and SAP partners have experienced high demand in nine months, with more than 1.3 million unique visitors to SAPStore.com last year, resulting in more than 10,000 orders. SAP Digital allows customers across the globe, using in-app capabilities, to purchase, upgrade or enable new features without the need to step outside of the product, visit a Website or contact the sales representatives.
Another now available is SAP Learning Hub, a cloud-based, enterprise-learning-management solution that enhances digital-learning experiences for users. Since launching the platform in February 2014, SAP has reached 330,000 customers, partners and others who need to understand the company's innovations.