In its commitment to support the vision of a digital Pakistan, leading multinational software corporation, SAP, brought together industry leaders from across the country at its exclusive Blue Ribbon event “Meet the Acceleration of Change”, laying out best practices for organizations to create value and enable digital transformation.
The event aimed to raise awareness among customers about the latest innovations and provide a platform for customer-to-customer engagement as well as a forum where other organizations could learn from the transformation story of their industry peers.
Distinguished members of the panel comprised of a number of Pakistan’s industry experts including Sikander Tiwana, CEO Shan Foods, Yasir Masood, Group Director & COO Ghulam Faruque Group of Companies, and Nisar Palla, COO Yunus Textile Mills. Badar Khushnood, Head of Pakistan Software House Association (PASHA) and Co-Founder of Bramerz and Fishry also addressed the session, shedding light on the latest digital transformation trends in Pakistan. Each thought leader shared industry-specific insights and highlighted their respective organization’s journey to becoming an intelligent enterprise with SAP enabled solutions.
Saqib Sabah, COO, SAP Pakistan, during his welcome address, said, “Last year was just a glimpse of how volatile the world can be. But while this disruption brought difficult times for many, it must not become an excuse to slow our journey to excellence, instead it must be taken as a cue to accelerate. It is time for our business to innovate together and learn from one another to achieve the much-needed agility and resilience.”
Saquib Ahmad, Managing Director, SAP Pakistan, added, “It has become increasingly apparent now that if businesses are to grow and compete, they must take steps to become more resilient, competitive, and responsive. This is what SAP stands for – to help companies unlock new ways of doing business– starting from modernizing and innovating traditional business models to meeting rapidly changing customer demands for more personalized service and fulfillment.”