G3G Move onto SAP S/4HANA
BERWYN, PA: G3G, an SAP Gold Technology partner, now run SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (SAP S/4HANA). The next-generation business suite is designed to work for digital economy with simplified adoption, data modeling, business processes and more.
“Moving to SAP S/4HANA was a natural progression to our investment in SAP solution-based infrastructure and allows for even more accelerated growth and innovation,” said Chris Gunter, CEO, G3G.
G3G gain deeper and richer understanding by analysing the user experience on SAP ERP application that needs more flexible and scalable solution. It motivates the company to upgrade to SAP S/4HANA as a response to customer needs.
“Our entire workforce is now able to perform their key functions on any device. Apart from the improved efficiencies we enjoy, this also brings significant improvement in employee satisfaction and well-being,” said Andrew Borresen, CTO, G3G.
SAP S/4HANA gives faster innovation cycles for G3G, allows the company to make critical, smarter business decisions quickly and resolute adaptability based on the changing business conditions.
“Partners like G3G that have invested in SAP S/4HANA understand first-hand that it allows companies to operate their processes in real time, better network their business, and significantly simplify IT infrastructure to create unique opportunities to reinvent business models and drive new revenues. Through its internal use of the solution, G3G is ideally positioned to help customers implement SAP S/4HANA. They understand the solution, the processes, and the value SAP S/4HANA delivers,” said Darren Roos, general manager, EMEA North, SAP.
“As an SAP Gold Technology partner running SAP S/4HANA, G3G has a distinct advantage in the market when talking to customers. We believe that we have far greater credibility leading our customers on a journey we have already travelled. Our greatest value lies in the future. The migration was seamless, taking less than a month, and delivered us the platform from which we now will begin our series of rapid and frequent innovation cycles,” added Gunter.
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