IT consulting firm Mindtree has launched a new solution called QuikDeploy which company says is an IP-driven and will help its customers maximize their use of the SAP Solution Manager. The company claimed that the new solution will also help businesses deploy SAP S/4HANA into Microsoft Azure cloud.
SAP Solution Manager is a management platform to derive maximum value from SAP S4 HANA deployments and is included as part of SAP support engagements. Mindtree says that many businesses struggle to fully maximize the functionality within SAP Solution Manager, primarily because they lack the right skills and expertise. As a result, they can’t accelerate their SAP S/4HANA implementations and are slow to benefit from SAP provided tools.
The IT consulting firm said it is introducing QuikDeploy to ensure enterprises kick-start both their SAP S/4HANA journey and cloud journey using the Azure platform. Serving as the central command console within an organization’s SAP landscape, QuikDeploy simplifies and accelerates the deployment of SAP Solution Manager.
The Azure-led solution is built on a flexible run model to manage and operate SAP applications effectively.
“The dramatic shift in customers’ expectations are driving organizations to partner with a team of experts that can reduce risk and bring value through consistent, high quality support. This enables rapid digital transformation and customer-focused improvements,” said Arun Rangaraju, Global Head of SAP at Mindtree.
“QuikDeploy is our latest accelerator that underscores our commitment to help clients run as an intelligent and data-driven enterprise. Our strong partnership with Microsoft, our long history with Azure and our expertise with SAP make us well-poised to help our clients jump-start their S/4HANA journey.”
The company said that the development and adaptation of a new SAP infrastructure is multifaceted and, if done incorrectly, can lead to increased administrative burdens and time-consuming maintenance work.
QuikDeploy eases the complexity of a customer SAP landscape. The accelerator uses a set of algorithms to monitor and profile the customer’s non-production systems, providing them with greater insight into issues across the IT landscape that could impact the company’s ability to meet future obligations.
Monitoring templates can be customized to fit the customers’ specific needs, powered by the global flexibility of Microsoft Azure.