The reputation of your company in the market place depends greatly on the value you deliver to your customers vis-à-vis competition. What separates the leading edge organizations from others is the quality and throughput of their business processes which translates into greater business value and delight for their customers. In the backdrop of today’s competitive scenario, if your SAP® infrastructure is not delivering the performance and capabilities needed to support your business processes, initiatives and goals, you could soon find yourself out of touch with the marketplace and your customers.
A top concern of CIO’s using SAP as cited in a survey by IDC1 was the need for a resilient IT platform that can support mission critical applications in the face of fluctuating business demands, diversification and exponential growth.
Please take a few minutes to think about the questions below as they relate to your company and your SAP environment.
Planning for success
Faced with mounting SAP challenges, where do you start? How do you start? Many companies have found that trusting and working with IBM and our many SAP dedicated experts was the answer. Solving key issues like managing growth, achieving top application performance, doing more with less and reducing business risks while improving their return on investments are what you can expect by teaming with IBM.
We have created a simplified three step approach to help you further understand what changes you can make. First is the IBM Systems Makeover Analysis for SAP Environments, followed by the IBM Insight Tool for SAP and finally the IBM Systems Consolidation Evaluation Tool: Together they provide:
How to get started
So take the next step and act now by taking advantage of the IBM Systems Makeover Analysis for SAP Environments offer. Complete the Request a Consultant form and an IBM Representative will contact you within 2 business days.
1SAP clients survey report by IDC - Jan 2008
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