How can IBM Managed Services for SAP Applications help my business?
IBM Managed Services for SAP Applications helps your business improve its operational efficiency and security benefits. It helps improve your security and compliance reporting for workload and accelerates the delivery of services and applications to the line-of-business. It also has financial and strategic benefits, such as predictable, managed cost and resources for SAP and Oracle workloads and improved managed IT.
What are some benefits that IBM Managed Services for SAP Applications can help your business attain?
IBM Managed Services for SAP Applications helps accelerate your cloud adoption, improving your agility and quickening your time to market. It also helps you choose the services-level-agreement (SLA) that works best for your business’ needs, bolsters your cyber resilience and establishes preemptive protection and rapid threat resolution that helps reduce potential damages and losses.
What you get with Managed Services for SAP Applications
SAP S/4HANA in the Cloud: Is it for you?
Many SAP customers are asking:
Should I move to SAP HANA and when?
Should I move my SAP workload to the Cloud?
What kind of Cloud (Private, Public)
Should it stay on-premise? "Should I do both?"
Where is SAP taking HANA with S4/HANA and how does it impact my infrastructure?
Deeper insights to learn how to managed SAP applications on cloud
Find a strategic partner: How managed cloud services can Facilitate your digital Transformation
Analyst group Frost & Sullivan shares results from a recent survey of IT decision makers to show how businesses rely on their managed cloud service provider to help them realize their transformation strategies.
IBM receives Frost & Sullivan’s North America Managed ERP Services leadership award for 2018
In their 2018 Best Practices Award, Frost & Sullivan recognizes IBM's strong managed services offering around business-critical ERP services, and proves their worth and benefits to clients based in customer results statistics.
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