Cloud computing is becoming increasingly popular as well as playing an important role in information technology operations for businesses of all kinds; however, some companies are still wary or outright refusing to move to cloud-based solutions, as deployment and management of cloud infrastructure is sometimes not easy or fast. So the crucial question is how to optimize deployment of cloud solutions within provided infrastructure in the cloud. When it comes to this, it seems SAP (News - Alert) has got the solution.
In order to help companies best deploy cloud computing infrastructure, SAP has come up with hybrid integration strategy for rapid cloud deployment.
The SAP ERP HCM Integration to SuccessFactors rapid-deployment solution promises to help companies deploy SAP cloud solutions in a phased manner as well as help them track it.
Steven Birdsall, senior vice president and general manager, explained in a statement, “SAP strips the traditional complexity attached to a hybrid cloud deployment. With this approach we are creating an express lane between the on-premise and cloud worlds for our customers, helping them enhance and extend existing on-premise investments quickly to the cloud, while enriching SAP cloud solutions with content and data from SAP Business Suite.”
Rapid deployment of SAP ERP HCM Integration to SuccessFactors includes many features, such as extended pre-configuration and consulting services with prepackaged integration between the 6.0 version of the SAP ERP Human Capital Management (SAP ERP HCM) solution.
The SAP Business Collaboration rapid-deployment solution includes the SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) application with the SAP Jam social software platform. The SAP Information Interchange OnDemand rapid-deployment solution includes the enterprise resource planning (ERP) application SAP ERP with the SAP Information OnDemand solution to support indirect procurement processes.
The company offers more than 150 rapid-deployment solutions to cater diverse need of business across industries.
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo