SNP Advances its Google Cloud Partnership

SNP (Schneider-Neureither & Partner SE), a global leader in enterprise transformation software and solutions, is strengthening its relationship with Google Cloud by entering its collaborative partner program as an official Global Build Partner in North America.

This move indicates a greater alignment of SNP’s and Google Cloud’s business and growth strategies for the benefit of customers who expect immediate and measurable ROI from their move to the Cloud, according to the vendor.

The Build Partnership will generate new ideas and new solutions leveraging the advanced technical capabilities of both organizations for customers at any point along their cloud journey.

Many independent analysts suggest that the global pandemic has accelerated Cloud adoption by three to five years.

This seismic shift in digitizing business operations, coupled with the thousands of SAP clients who still need to migrate to S/4HANA, creates a condition where the partnership between Google Cloud and SNP could not be more critical.

As a Global Build Partner, SNP commits to further its work with Google Cloud by expanding innovative solutions that move customers’ SAP workloads to their cloud in an accelerated and cost-effective manner.

By leveraging SNP’s CrystalBridge platform and BLUEFIELD approach, enterprises can visualize, model, and plan their entire SAP landscape transformations easily, regardless of size or complexity.

Whether Google Cloud’s customers choose to lift-and-shift their SAP ECC systems, migrate them to Suite on HANA, or evolve to S/4HANA, SNP will help them execute these strategies as part of their move to the Cloud. This can be accomplished via a “big bang” approach or a selective migration approach with SNP’s BLUEFIELD.

“Like Google Cloud, we are focused entirely on customers’ digital transformation successes,” said Thomas Rosinski, president and managing director of SNP North America. “SNP’s CrystalBridge software has the unique ability to integrate multiple pre-requisite and preparation projects, S/4HANA migration activities, and the move to Google Cloud Platform into a single go-live. Our automation introduces a level of simplicity and assuredness to a set of SAP transformation activities once deemed too risky and/or too costly to undertake under the best of circumstances.”

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