Expanded Use

Dec 12, 2013 (LBO) – SAP AG, an information technology company known for its enterprises resource planning software is expecting more business in Sri Lanka with a wider range of its products including e-government solutions, an official said. Public services included central and regional government, Treasury, healthcare, education, port and airports and project management.

On Tuesday at SAP TECHED in Bangalore the firm launched its SAP River development language an environment.

It also expanded development tools releasing SAPUI5 as open source code for a growing band of developers who are working around their development environment.

Vishal Sikka, member of SAP AG’s executive board said SAP River will provide a real-time development environment to rapidly build native applications power by SAP HANA.

For the Indian markets the firm launched SAP Ganges, a vast business network on Cloud that can connect millions of Indian retail shops armed with a 100 dollar point-of-sale machine to fast moving consumer goods companies and banks.

Update II SAP is running in several large Sri Lankan firms including MAS, John Keells Holdings and petroleum distributors.

“I think we have just started in Sri Lanka,” Deb Deep S

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