Capgemini, Amazon Web Services Team Up for New Project

Capgemini and Amazon Web Services have announced they will provide customers with support for delivery of SAP applications on the Amazon Web Services platform. This partnership will enable Capgemini to offer businesses the opportunity to take advantage of SAP solutions on AWS, as well as allow Capgemini to help businesses install applications on AWS or migrate existing applications.

“Our customers have realized to remain competitive in an increasingly dynamic market, they not only have to do more with less, but they also must continue to innovate quickly,” said Joe Coyle, vice president and North American chief technology officer at Capgemini.

Capgemini also announced its new Rapid Cloud Workshop that supports the deployment of SAP applications on AWS and provides clients an opportunity to launch pilots of SAP solutions. The workshops will use Capgemini’s RApid INnovation, as its foundation to deliver proof-of-concept in days.

 

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