Seidor and United VARs prove to be a winning combination in China, Africa…and beyond!
The global service network United VARs is experienced in executing SAP projects anywhere. UVARs members use the same quality standard in all countries, therefore reducing the risks that most CEOs and CIOs assume are unavoidable.
At SEIDOR, we have used the UVARS network with great success in SAP deployments – most recently in Central Africa and China. Our UVARs colleagues in Lagos, Nigeria and Beijing, China helped us to manage local specifics in a natural and easy way, which greatly helped our clients’ success.
Author: Alberto de Dios, Director Large Enterprise at Seidor
3 Keys to Success for Rollouts Using a Global Template
David Leon, COO at Seidor, USA shares his top tips
A global template enables customers with multi-site SAP installations to efficiently manage their business processes as part of global rollout. It is a container that bundles standardised business processes and contains links to process-specific developments, configuration and test data. "I have three top tips to ensure a successful rollout when using a global template," says David Leon, COO at Seidor, USA.
Beating the Brexit Blues
Why subsidiary companies could be the answer
Brexit uncertainty has reached fever pitch in the UK in the run up to Christmas with MPs voting almost daily on motions threatening to bring down the government.
UK citizens are speechless as each twist and turn takes us further and further into the unknown. Everything is up for grabs from hard Brexit, soft Brexit to no Brexit at all.
So, while businesses STILL don’t know what is going to happen there have none the less been some moves to prepare. After all businesses that sell and buy from the EU need to have contingency plans in place which are flexible enough to cope with a wide range of outcomes.read more
5 Countries, 5 Facts
Your SAP Roll-out to a BRICS country
BRICS is the acronym for the combined emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. They come from Asia, Africa, Europe and America, and are all members of the G20. Collectively they account for around 42% of the world’s population and around 26% of the world’s land mass. Analysts have speculated that by the year 2050, these five economies will be…read more
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