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SAP Ranked Leader by Forrester Research

In the report was cited for working with more clients in newer solutions areas than any other SAP partner

SAP has been ranked by Forrester Research as a leader in its report “The Forrester Wav: SAP Services Providers, Q1 2014.”

In the evaluation, SAP was cited for working with more clients in newer solutions areas than any other SAP partner. The SAP services organization was also cited as “the only provider that has skillsets across all its applications, from the smallest piece of functionality to the most recently developed products to the newest acquisitions.”

Anand Eswaran, EVP and Head, SAP services, said, “With our enormous global scale and close partnership with SAP development teams, SAP Services offers customers unparalleled access to our innovations, such as the SAP HANA platform, cloud and industry-specific solutions, while also influencing future developments aligned to their needs. Recognition in this report underscores the role we play in helping customers unlock the power of SAP innovations rapidly while delivering tangible business impact and value.”

As per the release, SAP services helps customers transform SAP technology into solutions that address strategic business needs. More than 15,000 innovative consultants, the majority of which have more than 12 years of experience, have supported more than 200,000 customers by offering them start-to-finish guidance and coverage with SAP solutions. On average, SAP Services trains more than half a million individuals each year on how to successfully use SAP systems, and has thousands of consultants specifically for the SAP HANA platform and mobile and cloud technology. SAP Services delivers innovation via productization and engineering at an elite level to help customers reduce total cost of ownership.

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