The SAP business software solutions firm, Inecom, continues its winning streak with Top SAP Business One Hana Partner Singapore honour. This award is their fourth consecutive award since 2015.
SAP Business One Systems
Business software solutions company, Inecom has announced that it had been awarded ‘Top SAP Business One HANA Partner Singapore’ for the fourth successive year, securing Inecom’s position as the leading SAP Business One partner for business analytics and the next generation of business software applications.
SAP Business One is business management software designed for small and medium-sized enterprises. As an ERP solution, it aims to automate key business functions in financials, operations, and human resources. It is another powerful application from SAP SE.
The Inecom Group is a leading Asia Pacific SAP partner, with offices in Singapore, India and UAE. Established in 2002, Inecom has a proven track record of delivering world-class business software solutions with their quality accredited systems implementation methodology and complete customer care services. Inecom has completed over 400 regional implementations to date. Inecom is provider of SAP solutions as well as business analytics, cloud-hosting and disaster recovery solutions.
Leading the Way with SAP
According to a leading IT industry analyst, Forrester Research, SAP HANA is among the world’s leading Translytical databases. The term “Translytical” describes in-memory database technology that is designed to support both transactions processing and analytical processing in real-time and at the same time.
These advances and innovations are rapidly obsoleting traditional SQL database technologies, which struggle to support real-time applications, mobile applications and IOT effectively. Ms. Chua, Beng Choo, CEO of Inecom Singapore said, “We are delighted to receive recognition once again for our dedication to SAP HANA. In 2015, we recognized the coming technology shift and decided to focus entirely on SAP Business One HANA systems instead of the traditional SQL versions.”