We drive out costs through implementing automation, process standardization, globalization, knowledge management, run-book optimization, and effective resource management. Then, using knowledge we gain in the engagement, we create a modernization roadmap for portfolio simplification and consolidation. Implementing the roadmap includes retiring apps, migrating apps to the cloud, re-hosting, re-platforming, and re-writing when necessary. Our mature capabilities help you achieve your planned outcomes, drive automation and advanced analytics through our next-gen SAP and ITSM Tools that are embedded into each AMS engagement.
Our transformative SAP application management services is driven by our Automation 6X framework. It includes an enterprise landscape dashboard for comprehensive monitoring and virtual engineer-driven operations, process optimization, data quality and visibility, continuous development, integration and testing automation as well as accelerators for enhancements and changes. Our application lifecycle management and end-user relationship improvement are enhanced by our design-thinking automation and real-time customer feedback capture.
Our repository of award-winning, native platform tools and accelerators are utilized across the lifecycle of projects in the SAP environment for upgrade, service packs, enhancement packs, and performance optimization. Our UptimizerSM: Accelerator for ECC and S/4 Upgrades reduces upgrade effort by 30 percent while our QCertifierSM improves code quality and performance certification. Additionally, we have a plethora of tools to increase code optimization and performance by up to 30 percent, support and
enhancement packs to dramatically reduce testing time and SAP data archiving accelerators to reduce realization effort by up to 40 percent. Our next generation tools bring automation and analytics into your AMS operation and reduce application run cost with a “know your data” approach. Our tools include incident navigators, portfolio analyzers, automation platforms for L1 incidents, knowledge transfer accelerators, and service level agreement managers to measure and track performance.