COVID-19: How United VARs Members are Responding
COVID-19 has affected businesses throughout the world and while work didn’t stop, many workplaces did - with employees having to adapt to new ways and methods of working. We were interested to know how United VARs members have been responding to these challenges to support customers, colleagues and communities. It is apparent technology is playing an important role in building the world’s business confidence back up again and we would like to share a snapshot of some examples of what members are doing and saying during the pandemic.read more
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
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COVID-19 and Beyond - How to manage risk in your supply chain and prepare for future disruptions
At the beginning of this year, organizations had no idea what was going to happen and how unready their supply chains were for facing the Covid-19 pandemic. In his recent video presentation, Mr. Tomas Fertig, CEO and president of Seidor USA, gives some tips on how companies can adapt to the current changes and also how to compose risk mitigation plans for future disruptions.
Plan your maintenance or field service activity
Work preparation is quite valuable. The work orders you create have to make life easier for the scheduler and your technicians to do their job in the field.
Maintenance can be largely a formulaic process when it's properly planned. However, the details on work orders are often not complete. Are they created from a blank page again and again, even though you have carried out similar jobs previously, requiring the same spare parts or the same steps?
What the future looks like for businesses after Covid-19
There is much more to the future Post Covid-19 than just pulling off the "dust sheets" and restarting business operations as they were before. Companies will be working out new ways to get their employees back in the offices and working safely. Supplies will need re-ordering and everyday processes re-booting. Sectors, like hospitality, may have to stay mothballed for a bit longer before it’s wise to re-open and demand picks up, but even if it's not happening at the moment– there is a feeling that now is a right time for preparations to be made.
Cybersecurity in times of Coronavirus
The hasty implementation of remote working exposes companies to cyber attacks
As a result of the coronavirus, many companies have taken preventive remote working for their employees as a protective measure. Which, in many cases, is a hasty and impromptu move that has forced employees to make use of their own computers and technology to access corporate resources. Thus, exposing data and resources of the companies to possible cyber attacks.
How United VARs Is Dealing with Corona
Corona virus creates unprecedented challenges for businesses worldwide, from keeping staff, customers and partners safe, to continuing to service clients, protecting the business and preparing to emerge from the crisis stronger and ready for the challenges to come.
3 Questions regarding global integration of your subsidiaries:
What German customers should know about global SAP rollouts, Cloud ERP, and 2-tier strategy
There has always been a huge debate on what happens to a company's business technology when it merges with or acquires new businesses. Some of them typically try to integrate all of their new subsidiaries, industries and regions into an all-inclusive ERP.
Corona virus: The fear of global companies with subsidiaries in China
The corona virus causes great uncertainty for globally operating companies in China. But that does not mean that you should stop all business operations. However, travel prohibition and restricted business operations means that companies with SAP deployment in China need to access local resources.
Key factors for your successful SAP rollout to Asia
Learn which challenges, requirements and differences are crucial to be considered
Implementation of SAP roll-out in Asia is not an easy task. There are various things to be considered, including tax and local regulations as well as cultural differences that are crucial for the whole process and results! This article will provide you with guildlines to keep in mind for the successful implementation of your project.
Why to invest in i-ERP now?
An IDC Info Brief by UVARs member Detaysoft
Many companies with decades of records in systems built prior to the digital era use legacy business processes and models, thus old ERP solutions. Those ERP solutions reduce the competitiveness of companies and make it difficult to satisfy increasing needs. This study focuses on intelligent ERP (i-ERP): What does it imply? What are the benefits of going to the cloud solution? Why to invest in it?
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.
What You Can Gain from SAP’s Cloud ERP Two-Tier Strategy
4 Astonishing Advantages of Running a Two-Tier System
Typically, growing companies attempt to integrate all of their new subsidiaries, business areas, and regions into one all-encompassing ERP system. Thomas Kramer, Head of SAP Cloud ERP at All for One Steeb, points out that “smaller subsidiaries, () often don’t need the complexity and functional depth from headquarters systems and might be overwhelmed by the so-called Tier-1 systems in terms of complexity and costs.” However, more often than not a tier-1 ERP system is the bottom-line, essential for reporting to headquarters, thus making it appear to be the only viable solution for smaller subsidiaries as well.
The Similarities Between the G20 and United VARs
The Group of Twenty (G20) is an international forum that brings together the world's 20 leading industrialised and emerging economies. On the 28th to 29th of June, the 14th annual G20 summit that is being held in Osaka, Japan. Are you politically interested? Then you will find these similarities interesting between the G20 and United VARs, the leading alliance of SAP solution partners.
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