Hitachi Consulting to Host SAP IM&C Software in Private Cloud; Jim Cole Comments

Cloud EbizHitachi‘s consulting arm and SAP have agreed to host SAP for Industrial Machinery & Components software platforms through Hitachi’s private cloud on a subscription basis.

Hitachi Consulting Enterprise Cloud will work to help industrial manufacturers quickly access SAP platforms on the cloud without the need to pay for upfront licensing costs linked to on-premises software implementation, Hitachi said Monday.

“Organizations running SAP software can now purchase the infrastructure, software, deployment and management services and ancillary solutions as a bundle from one source by way of subscription-based pricing,” said Jim Cole, senior vice president of cloud solutions at Hitachi Consulting.

Hitachi said the integration of Hitachi's Enterprise Cloud platform with SAP for IM&C offerings aims to help companies perform inventory, product development, supply chain management, sales, process control, procurement and other business functions.

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