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Partners Deliver on Promises with Flexible Options for Accessing SAP Business Technology Platform

Innovation isn’t about playing it safe. But many companies are doing precisely that as they look for ways to shore up their core business and wait for clarity to surface on new, unconventional paths to growth.

But the world is an entirely different place from even two years ago. Far-reaching, radical shifts in consumer behavior, accepted sales models, supply chain dynamics, and unexpected competition represent considerable, long-term opportunities for our customers. And SAP partners that use SAP Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP) are ready to help organizations anticipate and keep pace with change while expanding the existing boundaries of their industry, customer expectations, and business models.

According to Pavel Penaz, global head of partner solution adoption strategy and execution for SAP Business Technology Platform at SAP, SAP partners have a tremendous impact on the dynamics and outcome potential of innovation when using various landscape access options for SAP BTP.

“Whether they choose a free tier model or private landscape, SAP partners can confidently deliver their promises to customers with SAP BTP. Doing so empowers them to create a future where partner innovations and SAP solutions and services combine to answer the needs of every business – regardless of size, industry, region, or challenge,” Penaz writes in his blog.

The landscape access options for SAP BTP provide offerings for the test, demo, and development phases of the innovation journey. They include a pay-as-you-go payment plan for SAP BTP within a free tier model, a shared option for SAP Partner Demo Environment, and partner academies.

Interested in learning more about these landscape access options for SAP BTP? Read Penaz’s blog, “How Landscape Access Changes the Dynamics of Partner Innovation.”

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