“Next Practices” will help you achieve critical business outcomes -SAP

Many Kenyan businesses today regardless of the sector measure their performance and success against industry players and more so “leading businesses” This is why you find similar franchises lined up in one street targeting the same consumers with the same product or service.

Best practices have been important to understand and offer to clients what they require but in today’s digital economy, winners are characterised by one thing ‘Speed’. By speed, I mean innovating faster than the competition, creating new markets and capturing mindshare. A Speedy and intelligent business is more than just automated business; it is bringing more intelligence to them to make every business process smarter.

Digital Innovative System

SAP Leonardo, cloud technology include key new technologies such as IoT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence. What the system does once incorporated into your enterprise is enabling businesses to harness data, detect patterns, to predict outcomes as well as to advise actions.

This system delivers software and microservices that enable customers to leverage future-facing technologies. These “Next Practices are,  made possible by next-generation intelligent technologies, which accelerate value creation through three core capabilities:

Visibility; The ability to collect and connect data that was previously siloed and get to recognise unseen patterns.

Focus; Being able to simulate the impact of potential options and direct scarce resources to the areas of maximum impact

Agility; Responding faster to changes in the marketplace or the business and pivot business processes towards the right customer outcomes.

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  • Do more with less by empowering employees to do more meaningful work through process automation
  • Deliver best-in-class customer experience by anticipating and proactively responding to end-customer needs
  • Invent new business models and revenue streams by monetizing data-driven capabilities and core competencies in new ways
Gathoni Kuria

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