Cloud computing is the new future of consumption of compute resources. Most major software vendors have adopted a very aggressive stance with regards to positioning themselves as cloud businesses. SAP has not been idle in this space.
Through a series of strategic acquisitions, SAP is now the world’s second largest cloud business (by revenue). TTCS, being an SAP partner, is very much in tune with SAP’s strategic plan and has adopted a strategic position to become a cloud business. TTCS has already “stepped into the cloud” with the introduction of Cumulus. With the drastic reduction in pricing we need to let the market know that the product is now even more affordable.
The TTCS CloudConnect Breakfast Workshop focused on demystifying the misconceptions around cloud computing for business, and introduced Cumulus, SAP Business One OnDemand, which is a business software solution engineered specifically for Small to Medium Enterprises.
In addition to solution experts from TTCS, presenters at the event included Dr. Hapanyengwe, the President of the Computer Society of Zimbabwe, Sarvesh Panday, the MCaaS Sales Manager at SAP Africa and Jade Michael, the Head of SAP Business One for SAP Africa.