- Selected to also implement additional capabilities into initial S/4HANA 1809 Fashion Implementation -
ATLANTA, Oct. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AMERI Holdings, Inc. (AMRH) (“Ameri100”), a specialized SAP® cloud, digital and enterprise solutions company, announced that it has been awarded a support contract for post-‘go live’ hypercare from a leading golf lifestyle apparel brand following its recent implementation of SAP S/4HANA 1809 Fashion (the “initial implementation”). Hypercare focuses on customer support, data integrity, and system stability for a period following the initial implementation.
Concurrently, the customer has also selected Ameri100 to implement enhanced functionality and additional features into the initial implementation. The initial implementation , part of a digital transformation award secured by Ameri100 in September 2018, is the first step in transforming the customer into an intelligent enterprise.
“These additional projects build on our customer’s trust and confidence in our ability to deliver expected results, and strengthens our standing with the customer for additional project opportunities in support of their digital transformation goals,” said Brent Kelton, chief executive officer of Ameri100. “We are committed to creating business value for our customers and meeting their business goals as they continue to experience rapid growth.”
Ameri100 is a specialized SAP® cloud, digital and enterprise solutions company which provides SAP® services to customers worldwide. Headquartered in Suwanee, Georgia, Ameri100 has offices in the U.S. and Canada. The Company also has global delivery centers in India. With its bespoke engagement model, the Company delivers transformational value to its clients across industry verticals. For further information, visit www.ameri100.com.
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