Syniti, an Enterprise Data Management company, is further deepening its strategic collaboration with SAP Data Management and Landscape Transformation (DMLT) Services for customers moving to SAP S/4HANA via selective data transition (SDT).
“We’re excited to increase our collaboration with SAP and provide even more ways to accelerate customers seamlessly to SAP S/4HANA,” said Kevin Campbell, CEO of Syniti. “The combination of DMLT expert services and Syniti’s certified software significantly improves clients’ experience and accelerates their value when moving to SAP S/4HANA.”
This strategic collaboration between DMLT leveraging SDT and Syniti’s certified software, provides customers the best of greenfield and brownfield approaches for accelerating SAP S/4HANA deployments for any application environment with a trusted, flexible and fast way to migrate.
SAP’s Data Management and Landscape Transformation (DMLT) Services is a dedicated service provider within SAP for data migration and management.
They assist customers moving to SAP S/4HANA using a defined approach and best practices for a smooth overall transition.
Their expertise covers all transition paths to SAP S/4HANA and their DMLT Migration Workbench now includes SAP Advanced Data Migration by Syniti for customer specific transition scenarios.
“This SAP solution is envisioned to increase customer value more than any other solution in the marketplace and ensure the customer’s move to SAP S/4HANA will be completed with the best-in-class data quality, speed, savings, predictability and efficiency,” said Stefanie Kuebler, global vice president of data management & landscape transformation at SAP. “This combination of Syniti’s powerful software and SAP’s premium services, provides customers the highest degree of customer success, best-in-class software and expert services.”
Syniti is a certified SAP Solution Extension (SolEx) partner, whose software is resold by SAP with deployment options available on premise or in the cloud.
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