Creating seamlessly integrated SAP BASIS Services
As an SAP Basis software customer, you know how much your organization depends on SAP software solutions. The ongoing health of this software is primarily in the hands of your SAP Basis team. Given the intense, broad, and endless outpouring of new functionality coupled with your organization’s ever-changing landscape, it is critical to find the right SAP Basis managed service partner to help address your immediate and long-term needs.
Maintaining and advancing your SAP ecosystem is demanding. Configuring the software, architecture, performing routine maintenance, retaining the right resources, and planning whatever comes next requires a capable SAP Basis team running a winning Basis management program.
Our SAP customers develop the technical and services level strategy. Many organizations struggle to fund the right SAP Basis resources or to focus them on the highest-value initiatives. Our customers lead the strategy with input from Talent 101 and have the oversight responsibility to validate Talent 101’s performance for the SAP Basis team. Talent 101 manages and utilizes its professional resources on a day-to-day basis to meet the service level agreements (SLA) established in the contract. Talent 101’s SAP Basis teams are under the direction of the Talent 101 leadership team.
BENEFITS TO TALENT 101’S SAP BASIS MANAGED SERVICES:
With Talent 101’s managed services team, issues that have been occurring, but are only detected and resolved during normal business operations – become a thing of the past. Our SAP Basis managed services is a strategic, affordable solution that can streamline SAP operations and deliver ongoing stability, high performance, and longer-term innovation.
The benefits above are only a few of many different reasons why an organization should use Talent 101’s services. Talent 101 currently services Fortune 500 companies. Industry trends show an increased demand for SAP Basis administration and management and the need for a scalable solution.
Not sure if SAP BASIS Managed Services is right for your business or how to engage Talent 101? Get a free needs assessment.
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At a time when there is a push to expand semiconductor production, there is also a focus on making the industry greener. A 2020 study by Harvard researchers on the energy costs of computing found that chip manufacturing “accounts for most of the carbon output attributable to hardware systems.”
At the 1939 World’s Fair, General Motors demonstrated the world’s first self-driving car. It was an electric vehicle guided by radio-controlled electromagnetic fields and operated from magnetized metal spikes embedded in the roadway.
Just over 80 years later, the concept has evolved, although not to the point of filling our highways with autonomous vehicles— yet, at least. In 2018, ABI Research predicted that could change by 2025. It stated that, there will be approximately eight million autonomous vehicles on the roads by then. But we’re likely still a long way from that number. First, the technology must catch up.