These offerings fit with the SAP Digital Commerce team’s “Want Now, Buy Now, Use Now” mission to allow anyone to buy and use SAP and partner offerings simply through a digital purchase within minutes. SAP is offering both credit card and PayPal transactions for third-party offerings to increase customer flexibility, decrease barriers to adoption and offer new opportunities for partners to scale their business.
Short for project quality, ProQ, by ProQ Inc., is the industry’s first cloud-based service that tracks project collaboration and teamwork between clients and service providers. It delivers information that can be used to avoid project friction, accelerate project progress and improve overall success. Code Search Pro, from Find it EZ, analyzes the impact of software changes through a code stack. Users can search entire report libraries, create interactive and accurate change lists, produce detailed report definitions and change all data source connections.
“SAP Store is an ideal digital marketplace to sell an offering like Code Search Pro,” said Find it EZ president Ken Gnazdowsky. “It will allow customers to quickly access Code Search Pro in a convenient, one-stop procurement experience and leverage its features and functionality quickly and easily. And offering it on SAP Store will allow us to increase our brand awareness in a key target market.”
ProQ and Code Search Pro bring the portfolio of partner software products available on SAP Store to 20. Another recent addition is ShortPoint, which allows customers to design modern portal sites with the SAP Cloud Platform Portal service in minutes. To find all solutions available at SAP Store, visit www.sapstore.com.
The SAP Digital Commerce team allows anyone to buy and use SAP and third-party offerings digitally. This team is part of the SAP Digital organization, which also includes the SAP Digital Interconnect team, connecting the world through simple, scalable solutions, and the SAP Center for Digital Leadership team, empowering CxOs and their organizations to be successful digital leaders.
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