SAP is the global leader in business applications and analytics software as well as a market leader in digital commerce, with over 378,000 customers in more than 180 countries. With more than 150 million cloud users, SAP is the world’s largest enterprise cloud company. 76% of all worldwide business transactions touch an SAP system. Our continued growth is attributable to relentless innovation, a diverse portfolio, our ability to anticipate ever-changing customer requirements, and a broad ecosystem of partners.
SAP is at the centre of today’s business and technology revolution, where the ability to innovate is the core driver for purpose-driven and successful businesses large and small. Our engagement in building an SAP laboratory at the University of Oslo aims at supporting future professionals to create innovative solutions in a smarter and faster way, and to help scale these innovations to the market. Through our collaboration with SIRIUS and the University we hope to enable and boost entrepreneurship.
SIRIUS focuses on asset intensive industries and also on healthcare – both areas are seen as strategic by SAP as they play key roles in truly improving people’s lives and making the world run better, safer and less resource-intense. SAP provides deep knowledge and the state-of-the art technology in both areas.
“The University of Oslo is a renowned powerhouse for innovative research and development. It is exciting to build bridges between such an innovative research environment and the enterprise world. We want to create simpler and better solutions for today’s challenges and foster future opportunities”, says Stefano Holguin, Country Manager at SAP Norway.”
“Digital collaboration in networks and optimizations within operations planning and scheduling are important game-changers for our customers. Together with our partners we take responsibility to leverage the combination of cutting-edge technologies to the best people and business value”, says Joseph Rouhana, Head of Energy and Natural Resources Industries at SAP Nordics.