After relaunching as a "digital innovation system" at Sapphire last year, SAP has been working on bringing some Leonardo use cases to the market, as well as starting to package up some of the most popular 'scenarios' to be consumed off the shelf.
Tracking its progress so far, SAP chief innovation officer Juergen Mueller said during a press Q&A at Sapphire that it had tracked 196 Leonardo 'scenarios' to date, up from 15 at the time of launch.
"Probably in a year from now we will have a four-digit number of Leonardo scenarios," he added.
As a result SAP released 23 Leonardo-based innovation kits for specific industries, for use cases across retail, life sciences, manufacturing and automotive.
For example, the Leonardo kit for automotive gives quick access to fleet insights.
According to the vendor: "This cloud-based application optimises fleet operations by bringing sensor data together with business data to provide a global view of fleet performance for strategic decision making, and a detailed view of each vehicle for real-time operations management."
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SAP also announced that it had doubled the number of solutions available to customers under the new SAP Leonardo Partner Medallion Initiative, with partners including Accenture, Capgemini, Deloitte, EY, HCL, Hitachi Consulting, Mindtree’s SAP practice Bluefin, PWC and Wipro, to name just a few.