TCS Recognized as Leader in SAP HANA and S/4HANA Services by NelsonHall

TCS’ SAP S/4HANA Transformer Suite helps customers visualize their future business processes and operations

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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been positioned as a Leader in NelsonHall’s SAP HANA and S/4HANA Services 2017 NEAT.

“Digital technologies like SAP HANA and S/4HANA are key enablers for enterprises embarking on their Business 4.0 journeys, helping simplify and transform their ability to transact, analyze and predict instantly and proactively,” said Akhilesh Tiwari, Global head of Enterprise Application Services, TCS. “This recognition is a validation of our strategy, capabilities and investments in consulting and transformation services leveraging SAP HANA."

TCS’ end-to-end services portfolio around SAP HANA and S4/HANA covers enterprise-wide strategy definition, Proof of Concept (PoC) and business case preparation, and core program activities such as planning, infrastructure management, implementation, migration, and support.

At TCS’ global innovation centers, solution architects have combined their domain knowledge and technology expertise on SAP HANA to build 30+ Analytic Solutions and Proofs of Concept across industries and domains to help customers gain deeper real-time insights.

TCS’ SAP S/4HANA Transformer Suite helps customers visualize their future business processes and operations, mitigating implementation risks. TCS’ global SAP consulting teams leverage these assets and accelerators to co-innovate transformational solutions, and deliver them in an automation-driven and location independent agile model.

TCS’ cognitive automation product, ignio for SAP comes with a pre-built knowledge on the end to end management of SAP including SAP application maintenance and OS/database management, automating the resolution of common errors and helping customers run their SAP operations more efficiently and effectively.

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