SAP’s Industry Cloud helps healthcare
In life sciences and healthcare, SAP is committed to helping its customers develop and advance as much as possible – and SAP’s industry cloud plays a big role in achieving these goals.
SAP is developing an ecosystem for healthcare providers. The modular health care system of the future emphasizes the implementation of new business processes in areas such as patient management, accounting, analytics, digital supply chain, and sourcing and purchasing.
SAP proposes to provide healthcare providers and EMRs with keys to an open platform based on the SAP Business Technology Platform and the HL7 FHIR Health Data Interoperability Standards. Such a strategy helps to achieve flexibility, streamline business processes and meet individual needs. Read more about SAP in healthcare in the original article.
Axfood and SAP collaboration
It’s no secret that among SAP clients and partners there are representatives of various fields – including very influential ones. One of the latest projects was a collaboration between SAP and Axfood, Sweden’s second largest food retailer. Companies have released a new solution for assortment planning. It will be available in the main SAP product line.
Axfood is a longtime SAP client and strives to approach business processes in a modern way to support the sustainable development of the company in today’s realities. Axfood pays attention to new trends and changes in customer requests in order to successfully compete in the market. Axfood decided to improve their assortment planning process by innovating their existing SAP solution.
SAP and women in tech
SAP is aware of the challenges of women seeking a career in technology. The battle for authority in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is still ongoing. SAP is committed to developing programs that help women excel in their careers. For example, the Business Women’s Network has over 90 chapters and 17,000 members worldwide. SAPO also has in-house development programs that help women navigate their career paths. These are just a few programs supported by SAP in this direction.
The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day, “DigitALL: Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality”, is directly related to SAP’s business goals. Over the past five years, we have made progress on this issue, with 35% of employees represented by women, and the number of female leaders has grown from 25.5% in 2017 to 29.4% at the end of 2022.