PASàPAS is delighted to announce that on 1st October our customer Basis Technologies International (BTI) went live with SAP S/4HANA Finance (previously known as “SAP Simple Finance”).
BTI was using a basic financial accounting package and needed to implement a more sophisticated system to support its international growth and the increasing complexity of its business model. As an SAP tools specialist with in-depth knowledge of the potential offered by SAP’s in-memory database HANA, BTI wanted to become an early adopter of S/4HANA, provided that the software was delivered in a “Cloud-like” model, and at a price compatible with their requirements. After exploring the market, BTI turned to PASàPAS – an SAP VAR and Services partner specialising in helping Small & Mid-Size organisations.
The project started on 27th July with the build of BTI’s new S/4HANA system within the PASàPAS Cloud, ready for first workshops on 3rd August. The rapid implementation was completed in just 10 weeks, with Go-Live on 1st October as per plan.
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About Basis Technologies
Basis Technologies (BTI) is the leading Continuous Delivery and Deployment tools provider in the SAP market. Every day, BTI works with businesses across the globe to help them accelerate time to market, reduce total cost of ownership and maintain production stability safely. All Basis Technologies DevOps products are SAP certified and available as modular, subscription-based, software-only tools.
Founded in 2007 PASàPAS has grown into the largest On Demand SAP support provider in Europe. With our local, experienced teams of SAP experts, we can provide a full range of SAP services for both application and technical support – On Demand. We are ideally suited to small and medium-sized customers who do not always have in-house SAP expertise. Our larger customers enjoy the cost benefits and flexibility of our On-Demand model to help meet constantly fluctuating business pressures on their own resources.