The Rise of the Intelligent Cloud

Learn more about the partnership of SAP and Cloud4C 

The world is in the age of information. With the rise of intelligent capabilities, consumers and enterprises need value, security and assurance if they want to move to cyberspace. 

In a survey done by Oreilly.com in January 2020, 88% percent of their 1,283 responses said that the cloud was used in their companies. 25% even said that plans are in place to move all of the applications to the cloud by the next year, with 17% even saying that their organizations are done with the process. 

Singapore Business Review, one of the magazines under the Charlton Media Group, is holding a webinar in partnership with SAP & Cloud4C to further explain the cloud experience. 

On October 14, 2021, SAP and Cloud4C’s partnership with RISE will be highlighted through the event. The major focus will be on the value this agreement brings throughout the SAP stack. 

Cloud4C’s capabilities, various programs and applications will be talked about by speakers during the event.

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