SAP and Google Cloud Expand Their Partnership

SAP and Google Cloud Expand Their Partnership

To streamline data landscapes and unlock the value of business data, SAP and Google could expand their partnership

To streamline data landscapes and unlock the value of business data, SAP and Google could expand their partnership. With the help of the SAP Datasphere solution and Google's data cloud, customers can create an end-to-end data cloud that integrates data from across the enterprise landscape, allowing businesses to view their entire data land in real-time and get the most out of their investments in SAP and Google cloud software.

Customers can use the new open data offering to gain real-time access to business-critical data, eliminate typical data silos, streamline data landscapes, increase visibility, generate insights using Google's AI and machine learning (ML) services, and perform advanced analysis.

In addition, clients can leverage the SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP) on Google Cloud internationally and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) data sets to acquire actionable insights into sustainability, according to a press statement from SAP and Google Cloud.
The combination of Google's data cloud and SAP systems and data opens up new options for businesses to maximize the value of their new options for companies to maximize the value of their entire data footprints, according to Christian Klein, CEO and member of the Executive Board of SAP SE.

The development of AI and digital transformation depends heavily on data. Before seeing a return on their data investments, organizations invest a sizable amount of resources in creating intricate data connections, unique analytics engines, and generative AI and natural language processing (NLP) models. Essential data from SAP systems can contain vital details about omnichannel retail, human resources records, financial projections, supply networks, etc.

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