SAP AG today announced enhancements to the SAP(R) PartnerEdge(R) program for Application Development, the program enabling partners to capitalise on the business opportunity of building and commercialising standard software applications on top of SAP platforms.
To further support the ecosystem to take advantage of the market opportunity around SAP becoming the cloud company powered by SAP HANA, partners can now develop applications powered by SAP HANA(R) also in the cloud. SAP has created a simple, quick and cost-effective way for partners to develop applications that leverage the full power of game-changing in-memory Big Data technology from SAP without the need to set up and operate infrastructure. Applications developed in the cloud can be deployed and run on both SAP HANA Cloud Platform and on premise at a customer’s site. To develop and test the back-end integration capabilities of applications more easily and rapidly, partners can also leverage pre-configured enterprise resource planning systems from SAP in the cloud, which can be ordered via SAP Store for attractive subscription rates. These enhancements serve to enable even more business opportunities for the partners by simplifying the development stage and shortening time to value.
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