We are proud to announce that our knowledge, skills, and professional approach were recently recognized by the CIOReview listing Datavard among “20 Most Promising SAP Solution Providers”.
With the end of first quarter, SAP sees a 33% growth in cloud revenue, SAP S/4HANA momentum continues, now exceeding 3,200 customers, and SAP CEO is confident about the company’s future stating that “SAP’s fundamental growth drivers are rock solid – from the best-in-class S/4HANA applications to the completeness of vision in the cloud”. With such strong results and successful start of the year, more and more SAP users consider investing in the HANA platform. This calls for a detailed assessment of their current system landscape as well as potential risks and costs – using state-of the-art solutions.
Prior to migration, the business must get a clear overview of the system’s size, performance and its archiving potential. This is followed by a comprehensive SAP optimization that will get it fit for HANA migration. To do so, companies often leverage know-how of external IT experts specializing in SAP solutions. We are happy to announce that our expertise and products were recently recognized by the CIOReview listing Datavard among “20 Most Promising SAP Solution Providers”.
The CIOReview magazine acknowledged our innovative approach to system landscape optimization and archiving solutions. It particularly mentioned Datavard ERP Fitness Test which benchmarks the ERP system against over 300 others, while the overall result is coupled with personalized recommendations for system’s improvement.
“Datavard assists enterprises with operations intelligence that drives smart data management, usage and risk based test automation as well as an analytical approach to security and compliance management.” – CIOReview
CIOReview also mentioned one of Datavard’s success stories, namely our cooperation with KION, a global leader of warehouse technology. During this assignment, we helped KION to reduce their BW by 35% in the initial wave of archiving and achieve a 91% compression rate of the archived data. The full report from our collaboration is available here.