Cloud4C and SAP experts to give talk on how to rise with the latest in cloud technology
The virtual roundtable will be held on 16 September 2021.
Offices have become nigh borderless since hybrid workplaces became the norm in the midst of a pandemic. And with that comes the need for executives and employees to be able to access their files anywhere, anytime, in a manner that is both secure and efficient.
A prime automated cloud platform can easily solve those problems with a simple press of a button. By moving their data and systems on a cloud platform, businesses can stay connected with their employees and employers from anywhere in the world.
Cloud4C is one such company that has been delivering superior value to SAP customers, by enhancing their S/4HANA adoption on automated cloud platforms. By partnering with SAP on RISE with SAP, Cloud4C is focused on empowering its customers to re-imagine and re-build smarter, faster, and scalable processes, along with in-country cloud across 25 countries.
Find out how to adopt on your own terms and at your own pace in the upcoming virtual round table, Rise with SAP – Your Journey Towards Hyper Automation, hosted by Cloud4C, SAP and Singapore Business Review. To be held on 16 September 2021, learn from experts on how to adapt to the latest digital model to help your business expand despite the ongoing global crisis.
Speakers will include experts from both Cloud4C and SAP, such as SAP Business Head for Cloud4C Aseem Gupta. Gupta is an expert in establishing strategic relationships with customers and partners, along with building high performance teams.
The virtual event will be on 16 September 2021, at 4:30 PM SGT.
If you are interested in joining the Rise with SAP – Your Journey Towards Hyper Automation, please contact SBR events team at email@example.com. .
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