SAP Labs Partners With NeGD

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SAP Labs India recently announced its partnership with the National e-Governance Division (NeGD), Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), and the Government of India, to improve the digital government capacities in India. The SAP Centre for Digital Governance was inaugurated by Mr Abhishek Singh, President and CEO of National e-Governance Division (NeGD), MeitY and Ms Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP & MD, SAP Labs India in the company of senior officials from NeGD and SAP. SAP Labs India will work in tandem with NeGD to set up the knowledge Center, SCDG in Bengaluru, India. It will mainly focus on capacity building, program management, and implementation of Digital India’s projects and enterprises launched by ministries and departments, both at the central and state levels.

“The potential and application of technology for an inclusive growth has been a game changer for India. To leapfrog further, cross-stakeholder industry-government collaboration is becoming more important than ever. The collective initiative of National e-Governance Division and SAP will support innovation and capacity building to enable the next wave of Digital India’s inclusive and transformational initiatives,” said Abhishek Singh, President & CEO, National e-Governance Division (NeGD), MeitY.

“SAP Centre for Digital Government (SCDG), established in partnership with NeGD, aims to promote the adoption of technology-based solutions in India’s Public Service Sector through specially curated digital upskilling programs for public /government officials. At SCDG, our technology experts will directly engage with public service professionals to provide strategic mentorship and will conduct training programs, workshops/roundtables, and innovation showcases. SAP is committed to driving the innovation agenda in India, and the latest initiative further reinforces our efforts towards enabling digital transformation and journey towards sustainable growth,” said Sindhu Gangadharan, SVP & MD, SAP Labs India.

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“With the fast-paced digital technology developments, Governments now have the dual role of creating an enabling ecosystem as well as adopting technologies for public services. At SAP, we have been privileged to partner with the Indian Government to co-innovate digital solutions for larger public good and collaborate on capacity building to ensure adoption and use. Through the SAP Centre for Digital Government in partnership with the National e-Governance Division, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, we look forward to creation of a platform for multi-stakeholder engagement to support the ambition of a digitally intelligent India,” said Dr Lovneesh Chanana, Vice President (Government Affairs), SAP Asia Pacific and Japan.


 

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