The NEC Global Localization Package for SAP Business ByDesign is scheduled to be available globally with initial rollout beginning in South East Asia in the second quarter of 2014. NEC has the goal of achieving 300 installations in three years time.
Looking ahead, NEC plans to enhance the integrated cloud service offering with various localization functionalities and develop best practices for cloud software implementations. NEC also targets to offer new services to help companies build their enterprise-wide business management platform and supply chain management (SCM) system, and manage their global operations effectively and efficiently.
NEC will showcase NEC Global Localization Package for SAP Business ByDesign at NEC Innovative Solution Fair 2014 on January 16, 2014, at Raffles City Convention Centre, Stamford Ballroom, Singapore.
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