Unlocking the Potential of SAP with Low-Code Apps

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Many leading organisations today use SAP as their core System of Record, considering it mission critical for running the key operations of their business.


Yet, competitive pressures in a digital-first world, require organisations to be capable of extending their System of Record with Systems of Differentiation and Systems of Innovation in order to continue to deliver value to customers and ultimately stay ahead. Businesses need the ability to deliver custom business applications that extend these systems with new and differentiating capabilities without requiring extensive, expensive projects that hamper organisational agility.   


Watch this on-demand webinar to explore how to unlock the potential of SAP with low code applications whilst enabling your business to:


  • Empower the workforce with modern mobile apps
  • Build new applications around SAP in an agile way
  • Bring new products and services to market by making the most of emerging technology.


This webinar, presented by Markus Alt, Chief Technology Evangelist at K2 will explore how to utilise K2’s intuitive, low-code business application platform to rapidly develop and:


  • Seamlessly integrate with SAP systems, data and services
  • Shorten time to value for web and mobile apps that fully leverage their investments in SAP
  • Enable developers to deliver applications 78% faster than before
  • Rapidly increase the ROI you will realise from your SAP estate


Markus Alt works as a Chief Technology Evangelist at K2 Europe. With more than 7 years of field experience with K2, Markus enables customers and partners across all industries to overcome their Digital Transformation and Process Automation challenges. He is also known as a public speaker at international and regional events, where he speaks about bleeding edge technology subjects, such as IoT, AI or RPA and delivers practical examples on how these technologies add value to Digital Process Automation.
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