Neptune Enters into Partnership with 1st Basis Consulting and StraVis to Enhance Customer Experience
BROOKFIELD, WI: Neptune Software, a software company, has partnered with 1st Basis Consulting, a provider of SAP-certified, VMware certified migration, monitoring, maintenance and support, to deliver SAP Fiori UX development tools.
The partnership between the two companies helps SAP customers to power their current ABAP capabilities to develop mobile-friendly applications in just weeks or even days. “Neptune Software is excited to welcome 1st Basis Consulting as a channel partner. 1st Basis has an experienced team of SAP veterans who are technically very strong, and we share a common vision of adding significant value to existing SAP systems,” says Martin Beringer, Managing Director of Neptune Software.
SAP Fiori is a new user experience (UX) for SAP software, and when joined with the power of the SAP HANA platform, it delivers exceptional responsiveness, personalized and role-based. It also allows enterprise-wide engagement across lines of business, and offers optimal usability on multiple devices for better business interactions and ease of use.
Partnership with StraVis Enterprise Solutions
Neptune Software has also collaborated with StraVis Enterprise Solutions, a business consulting and information technology services provider, to offer unique user experience (UX) and mobility solutions to SAP customers.
Based on UI5/Fiori on the front end and SAP’s own source code (ABAP) on the backend, Neptune Software’s UX solution is a key differentiator and enables StarVis’ developers to leverage their experience in order to deliver cutting edge applications for their customers.
“StraVis Enterprise Solutions is excited to work with Neptune Software. This partnership allows its customers to maximize the use of their SAP system and minimize the need for integration using Fiori UX apps with ABAP and Neptune Software,” concludes Ram Rishi, President & Global CEO of StraVis Enterprise Solutions.
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