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SAP invests in machine learning to simplify customer transition to cloud

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SAP invests in machine learning to simplify customer transition to cloud

SAP believes it has the capabilities to deliver machine learning solutions to help customers improve their end-customer journey and tackle issues that were previously too costly.

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