Thanks for the question and interest in SAP solutions. Due in part to overall strategic decisions around our Cloud portfolio, feedback garnered from pospects, customers, partners and analysts, and a desire to lower TCO for customers and reduce overlap in our portfolio we moved to end investment in the Carbon Impact product.
Our committment to our customers is paramount. We have and will honor all subscriptions, allow extensions of subscriptions and have a task force that has been working with all of our CI customers on various options. Irrspective of our custmers go-forward decision we will support them as best we can in the transition.
Our committment to the domain remains strong. We are committed to the mission of CDP as well as GRI, IIRC and other voluntary reporting standards and work to increase transparency from our customers by providing solutions that streamline data collection and profitably reduce the risk of disclosure all while enabling our customres to focus on what's really important - improving perofrmance. To that end we've increased investment in this area with Sustainablity Perofrmance Management 3.0 and have exiciting plans in our Energy & Environmental Resource Management area. SuPM has offerings geared towards both large and small to medium sized organizations with both on premised and hosted delivery models.
Regarding feature/function concerns, SuPM is quite strong in conversion factor management, workflow, initiatives/reduction projects, ad-hoc reporting and has provides a more flexible and larger framework to manage all sustainablity information.
If you have additional inquiries please do not hesitate to contact me. You an also view our portfolio here: http://www.sapsustainabilityreport.com/empowering-customers . We have a strong presence in India and surely can point you to the appropriate folks.