Pillir raises awareness about some of the posts it has already published on its LinkedIn page and invites all interested parties to read about the future of SAP. For those unaware of Pillir, it offers a cloud-based, low-code/no-code enterprise solution to create mission-critical applications at a much faster rate than traditional means. Pillir’s platform enables enterprises at absolutely any SAP level to innovate in a timely manner.
Some of the posts readers can find on its LinkedIn page are titled as follows:
“When MII support ends, how are you going to maintain your industrial app to gain visibility and efficiency?”
“Expensive and timely #abap customizations are often difficult to build and maintain”
“A new approach to digital transformation is actually like using a chainsaw on a tree… or maybe even a cactus. Wait, how do these relate to SAP ERP?”
If none of this interests readers, their education centre is also stocked to the brim with a plethora of expert advice and guides related to SAP. Some of the types of posts readers can find on this subject are as follows:
“Appgyver Vs. Pillir: How To Evaluate SAP Low-Code/No-Code Solution”
“Pillir’s EdgeReady Cloud Receives SAP Certification, Validating Its Incremental Approach To Modernization”
“Behind SAP’s Business Technology Platform (BTP)”
To find out more about Pillir as a company, readers are invited to head over to their website at www.pillir.io to take a look at what they have to offer businesses.
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