CORPORATE STORY : SAP INDIA
SAP's Growth Mantras
Tapping the rural market, offering applications for mobile devices and customised cloud solutions are helping SAP grow its business in india. But it has to go faster, higher & stronger
Issue Date - 01/10/2011
After the success of Blackberry phones, the Canadian firm RIM has entered into the fast growing tablet market by introducing the PlayBook. It shall compete with the likes of Apple’s iPad, and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab. The PlayBook is a 7-inch tablet that runs on a new operating software built by QNX Software which is used to run everything from cars to nuclear reactors. In India, PlayBook will be available for Rs.27,990, Rs.32,990 and Rs.37,990 for 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB variants respectively. However globally, Playbook is priced at $499, $599, and $699 for the 16 GB, 34 GB and 64 GB respectively. After the launch of iPad, the tablet market has seen a rising competition from other players launching their own products in the tablet market. Exploring the opportunity, Playbook is scheduled to be launched in 15 countries including the UK, Netherlands, Hongkong, Australia and UAE.