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SAP for Hospitality Industry

SAP has software products to most of the generic industries and some IS like oil, utilities as well. SAP should explore the needs of hospitality industry needs, there is huge opportunity out there. With SAP Integration USP and qualtrics CX features, there is potential in untapped market. As always happy to receive feed back.

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  • Jul 30, 2020 at 01:28 PM

    I presume, you intend to say SAP for Hospitals in which case, you have Healthcare

  • Jul 30, 2020 at 04:38 PM

    Ganesan - Vadim was right, its hotel industry.

  • Aug 10, 2020 at 03:35 PM

    Have you looked at:,in%20optimizing%20the%20business%20processes%20in%20the%20hotel.

    This is how most "solutions" that SAP support start out. An integrator or SAP customer uses SAP, configures it and customizes it for their business. SAP decides they like it and they buy it out and sell it as their own industry solution. EH&S module is an example. Metal industry and mill industry solutions are an example. I believe the aerospace solution was one as well. Sometimes SAP takes an active role in the development with a specific customer and uses that relationship to develop a solution.

    If the above solution is any good and it was done within SAP standards, don't be surprised if it could eventually find its way into the SAP portfolio someday.

    • Aug 11, 2020 at 05:51 AM

      Thanks Craig for sharing the link.

      Likes of Starwood Hotels (huge chain) & Holiday Inn to name few have better software (custom built) which integrates with SAP application. My question was whySAP has not addressed the needs of hospitality industry needs even after 4 decades of ruling ERP space. Its high time to explore other domains like Hotel industry and NGO space ...etc when business from other industry verticals are plateauing.

      Hope you sound the C suite members accordingly.


      • Aug 11, 2020 at 05:11 PM

        I can't sound a thing! I'm a nobody and I'm not in SAP and never was. :-)


  • Aug 11, 2020 at 03:48 PM

    SAP Only Targets Billion dollars company thats the problem, may be they change the approach and start looking for medium-small industries,

    Lets take example in India, Taj Krishna have to spend 10 crores to implement SAP, Right now in 1 crore all the thinhgs are taken care.

    SAP Has to offer the tase of SAP, then they can negotiate, users need to undestand what they are missing when SAP is not there.

  • Aug 13, 2020 at 10:14 PM

    What would this solution do, exactly?

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