SAP Consulting Services Partnership Net Adds QMS; Mike Krug Comments

QMSlogoWakefield, Mass.-based Quality Management Solutions has joined an SAP services partnership network in a moved aimed at gaining resources for building and maintaining its SAP consulting services for clients.

As a partner under SAP's PartnerEdge program, QMS will use software tools to support, customize and deploy SAP-based systems for its customers, QMS said Sunday.SAP - ExecutiveBiz

“QMS customers globally are looking to us to help direct, manage and/or integrate SAP solutions into their environments,“ said Mike Krug, QMS founder.

SAP’s services partners help SAP customers design, implement and integrate SAP systems, modify business processes and provide strategic business consulting services to customers.

QMS works with companies in industries and fields such as manufacturing, medical devices, scientific instruments, biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, pharmaceuticals, food, consumer packaged goods, chemicals, automotive manufacturing and equipment manufacturing.

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