The “Digital Transformation with SAP BTP and SAP Cloud Solutions” Qi-Lab is the area within Qintesi dedicated to exploring new solutions in the SAP Business Technology Platform, i.e. the SAP cloud platform aimed at promoting an efficient understanding of data and processes in order to facilitate the corporate decision-making process.
The SAP Cloud laboratory therefore has the following objectives: analyzing the news related to the Cloud released by SAP, periodically integrating the new features of the products and services already in place, playing a role of integration and interaction in order to activate research on new frontiers and explore new business scenarios. But not only that: the Lab also takes care of creating demos and POCs for customers, thus feeding future commercial outlets, and at the same time favors the continuous acquisition of knowledge and skills by Qintesi resources.
Therefore, with a view to sharing and stimulating the team of this Lab, our consultants discuss the numerous solutions related to BTP. Among these, we mention, for example, the SAP Cloud Platform Integration – which helps to connect cloud and on-premise applications with other SAP and non-SAP cloud and on-premise applications -, the iRPA – dedicated to the intelligent automation of processes through bots – and the SAP API Management – solution linked to the integration with external systems via web services (programming via micro-services).
“The skills refined thanks to this Lab are also closely linked to Qintesi’s many years of experience in the SAP BTP field, so much so that this expertise has been officially recognized and certified by SAP through the SAP Business Technology Platform Service Authorization” said Marino Coletta, Client Senior Manager Account at Qintesi.
“The «LAB» therefore represents a platform of value, of sharing and of specific skills that creates inspiration for «tailor-made», «packaged» and also «Out of the Box» projects.” Coletta then concludes.
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