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Betty Blocks has announced that it has entered into a partnership with SAP to get its development platform into the SAP Store. The company has also joined the PartnerEdge programme.

Betty Blocks allows users to build no-code applications that combine data from different sources. With the integration into SAP, the possibility of including data from SAP’s ERP system has been added.

“We are very proud to announce that our platform is SAP certified as built on SAP Business Technology Platform and available on SAP Store,” said Chris Obdam, CEO at Betty Blocks. “As a partner in the SAP PartnerEdge program, we can now deliver the value of our no-code platform to businesses that use SAP technologies.”

Betty Blocks

Betty Blocks is a company that specialises in the development of low-code and no-code platforms. Techzine interviewed with the fast-growing company in 2019. At the time, the company said it was not working on integrations with major partners such as IBM and SAP. That the company is now partnering up with SAP is remarkable.

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SAP recently released the SAP Store. In doing so, the company brought together the SAP Store for SAP Solutions and the SAP App Center with the aim of making it easier to purchase services from the many SAP partners.

The SAP Store environment features a unique homepage, intelligent search functionality and access to over 1,700 partner applications. These third-party applications are certified by SAP. Third-party applications recommended by the ERP giant are also presented visually differently.

To be included in the SAP Store, a platform has to fulfil several requirements, such as proving that it can work smoothly with SAP’s cloud solutions.