Gen-i and SAP and cloud solutions provider UXC Oxygen have formed a partnership to increase the uptake of SAP mobile solutions in NZ.
By way of the partnership, SAP consultancy and business partner UXC Oxygen, will provide customers Gen-i's ReadyCloud Mobility solution. ReadyCloud Mobility is a business applications and management solution hosted in Gen-i’s cloud and already integrates with SAP solutions.
"Cloud provisioning reduces the complexity of IT application and services delivery. It provides cost certainties and delivers real business value. Working with Gen-i we will provide seamless, end-to end services to support the procurement, implementation and support of SAP mobile applications," said UXC Oxygen's GM for NZ, Paul Mihaljevich.
According to the company, UXC Oxygen will provide the SAP customisation and configuration know-how and ability to integrate the mobile applications with back office systems.
Gen-i's head of mobility Richard Adams said the company is actively developing a mobility ecosystem through partnerships with business systems consultants such as UXC Oxygen, to accelerate the mobilisation of business processes.
“By partnering with trusted experts like UXC Oxygen we can help remove some of the real and perceived barriers to mobility, in particular for customers with more complex ICT environments. The mobility journey will be that much simpler and faster for organisations already consuming SAP applications, now that they can tap into our ReadyCloud Mobility solution alongside UXC Oxygen’s SAP consulting and services expertise.”
ReadyCloud Mobility is device agnostic and supports mobile service management across iOS, Android, Windows and BlackBerry platforms.
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