So far, only five other companies besides T-Systems hold this status. Globally active customers in North America receive the same services as customers in Japan, South Africa or Germany. Companies of every size can outsource all of their SAP applications together with the related business processes to T-Systems on a global scale. The business customer brand of Deutsche Telekom provides access to the SAP systems at workstations based on demand and operates the applications from its own data centers. This gives customers a global contact, and they no longer have to coordinate multiple service providers. This saves on costs and enables companies to react quickly to new demands.
New offer for computer and storage capacities
With this new offer, T-Systems provides computer and storage capacities for all customer SAP system landscapes in a region in one commonly used resource pool. In contrast to traditional outsourcing practices, hardware capacities, performances and services are not set down within the framework of a contract term. Instead, they can be adjusted to meet current demands in an up-to-date fashion that is practically glitch-free. T-Systems only invoices those services that have actually been used. This enables customers to save up to 30 percent of their former operating costs.
“Now, we can expand our previously national-based partnerships with SAP to an international level and apply our expertise as a system operator on a global scale,” says Michael Auerbach, Executive Vice President of Computing Services and Solutions at T-Systems Enterprise Services. “Additionally, a high level of flexibility, cost transparency and cost reduction make our offer interesting for small and medium-sized businesses as well.”