SAP has recruited 18 new partners to provide SAP Leonardo IoT accelerator packages, to help customers rapidly develop Internet of Things solutions specific to their business needs.
The new partners charged with delivering express innovation services include Accenture, Bristlecone, Capgemini, CSTI Corp, Deloitte Consulting, Exed Consulting, Fujitsu, GoSCM, HCL Technologies, IntechPro, Intrigo Systems, KPIT Technologies, Movilitas, Process Technologies, Rocket Consulting, Tech Mahindra, Vesta Partners and Westernacher Consulting.
With these partners, SAP will support deployments of 10 IoT-focused accelerators, including packages for the SAP Predictive Maintenance and Service solution, SAP Asset Intelligence Network, SAP Connected Goods software, SAP Vehicle Insights application, SAP Global Track and Trace solution, and SAP Leonardo IoT Foundation and SAP Edge Services.
Each accelerator follows a fixed-scope engagement with explore, design and deliver phases completed in less than 10 weeks.
“Smart devices and digital technologies are transforming the way we live and work in industries and geographies around the world,” said Dr Tanja Rueckert, president of IoT and digital supply chain, SAP.
“Together, SAP and its partners are removing barriers to entry and making IoT-driven digital innovation rapidly achievable for our customers around the world.”
Protective packaging material provider Pregis worked with Indian IT consultancy KPIT Technologies to implement a number of the IoT accelerators.
“In just a matter of weeks, we were able to pilot an demonstrate tangible value with SAP Leonardo IoT accelerator packages,” said Jeff Mueller, chief information officer, Pregis LLC. “SAP Connected Goods and SAP Edge Services allow us to enhance customer solutions and achieve greater productivity for improved customer satisfaction.”