NEORIS and SAP AppHaus opens in Mexico

This innovation space, which is the first of its kind in Mexico and the second in Latin America, is managed by NEORIS, which invested USD$150,000 for its opening and will allocate USD$1 million over the next five years.
NEORIS and SAP, leading companies in digital transformation and enterprise software development, joined forces to launch AppHaus in Mexico.

NEORIS and SAP, which are among the companies leading in digital transformation and global enterprise software development, joined forces to inaugurate AppHaus in the city of Monterrey, Mexico.

This innovation space, the first of its kind in Mexico and the second in Latin America, is managed by NEORIS, which invested USD$150,000 for its opening and will allocate around USD$1 million to various projects in the next five years.

The Monterrey AppHaus is a collection of spaces designed to drive projects based on SAP enterprise technology, a unified platform for cloud applications.

This, combined with NEORIS’ experience in guiding companies in their digital acceleration process.

The purpose of this AppHaus is to assist companies throughout Mexico in identifying their needs, seizing innovation opportunities, reevaluating processes, and delivering solutions tailored to their operations, all with a focus on the user.

“This headquarters not only symbolizes a strategic collaboration but also represents a passion for progress. The alliance with SAP’s AppHaus is a testament to our commitment to growth and innovation in the Americas.”

“We are determined to unleash the incredible potential of the region, driving transformation and creating a lasting impact,” said Enrique Perezyera, President of NEORIS Mexico.

The team responsible for this space consists of more than 20 people with expertise in various technological and design areas.

The opening of this innovative space reinforces Monterrey’s position as a prominent technology and development center in Mexico.

The ceremony was attended by prominent figures, such as Iván Rivas Rodríguez, Secretary of Economy of the Government of Nuevo León, and Emmanuel Loo, Deputy Secretary of Investment of the same department, as well as business leaders and executives from national and international companies.

Through this collaboration, NEORIS will enhance its capabilities to provide concrete benefits to its customers, diversify its services, and solidify its position as a leader in digital acceleration with a presence in more than 10 countries.

The SAP AppHaus Network is a collaborative innovation ecosystem that redefines how companies address challenges, prioritizing the user experience.

Specialized teams with various skills work together in these places to create revolutionary projects and offer customers a variety of participation opportunities, regardless of their level of maturity.

The goal is to provide scalable solutions, technologically viable and financially feasible, with customizable experiences.

“SAP’s vision is that all organizations become agile, intelligent, and sustainable businesses with the help of technology. We are proud to support that goal today in Mexico with the opening of the first partner-driven AppHaus in Monterrey, a city that has long been a center of innovation.”

“Through this collaboration with NEORIS, we will be able to work with more clients and companies of all sizes and industries, helping them become more competitive in today’s digital economy,” said Ángela Gómez, President of SAP Mexico.

The first SAP AppHaus was established in 2013, and there are currently 22 worldwide, of which three are owned by SAP, and 19 are managed by strategic partners like NEORIS.

To date, the network has completed more than 1,000 projects, generated about 250 success stories, organized around 3,700 workshops, received more than 90,000 visitors, and received more than 80 awards.

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