Pillir’s EdgeReady Cloud Receives SAP Certification, Validating Its Incremental Approach to Modernization

SAP has certified Pillir’s rapid application development platform, substantiating its strategy to let enterprises migrate business processes to the cloud at their own pace

Pillir, the providers of the innovative EdgeReady Cloud rapid application development solution, announces that its platform has been granted certification from SAP. Pillir’s solution is now available through the SAP Certified Solutions Directory and the SAP Store. The easy-to-deploy, low-code EdgeReady Cloud platform helps SAP-centric companies cost-effectively accelerate ERP modernization, allowing them to convert their business processes to fully modernized, mobile-ready, cloud-based applications 20 times faster than traditional methods. Similar to the modular “Scratch” coding method developed by MIT engineers to simplify programming and development tasks, Pillir’s platform lets enterprises modernize their SAP environment including upgrading to SAP S/4HANA solutions, according to their own priorities, and with little technical skill requirements.

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The new certification was implemented in late May and qualifies Pillir as a verified SAP vendor partner. This confirms that EdgeReady Cloud and its forthcoming versions will align with SAP’s ongoing product roadmap, assuring that the product’s infrastructure is complementary to SAP’s core solutions. More importantly, SAP’s certification of the EdgeReady Cloud solution demonstrates the validity of Pillir’s unique low-code, modular approach to modernization, where companies can innovate and update their business processes incrementally, according to their own priorities and schedules.

The SAP certification of EdgeReady Cloud was inspired by feedback from Pillir’s existing customers. The company has an impressive list of existing clientele, including Dole Packaged Foods, Payless, Par Pacific Holding, Inc., and Brown Forman.

“Our user base expressed an interest in SAP certification, and we’re dedicated to responding to their needs,” said Vaidya Aiyer, CEO and founder of Pillir. “Our customers want independent assurance that the solutions they invest in are aligned with SAP’s vision and direction and are compliant with SAP’s guidelines. Now those enterprises can be confident that EdgeReady Cloud offers a faster, more efficient way to modernize and accommodate their SAP environments.”

SAP has close to 425,000 customers in more than 180 countries. EdgeReady Cloud provides an opportunity for IT solution providers to tap into this expansive market of enterprise customers, empowering organizations to quickly and cost-effectively modernize their SAP. Pillir’s platform brings low-code/no-code programming and integration to complex enterprise IT environments, allowing companies to keep their core SAP functionality clean and pristine through the modernization process. SAP S/4HANA is the next-generation business suite, built for the SAP HANA platform, with on-premises and cloud deployment options. It is designed to act as the digital core, helping customers drive digital transformation across their entire organizations, taking advantage of the award-winning, role-based user experience of SAP Fiori®.

“We’re honored to have received this level of approval from SAP,” continued Aiyer. “It reaffirms that our strategy to deliver a low-code integration option is a beneficial—even a breakthrough—capability. EdgeReady Cloud is such a straightforward, intuitive platform, it allows enterprises to accelerate their developer productivity 20 times, and even allows their SAP functional and business experts to innovate even with little development expertise. This is a compelling proposition for businesses, and one that creates notable opportunities for the channel partners who serve them.”

To access presentations from Pillir’s EdgeReady Cloud networking May launch event, visit Pillir’s on-demand launch page.

Irit Gillath

Irit Gillath

Irit is tech-savvy digital marketer, who is obsessed with growing companies. With a background in product and partner management, Irit enjoys writing on the ERP low-code market and industry trends