Centiq Has Earned the SAP on Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialisation

Rebecca Walmsley

By Rebecca Walmsley

08 July 2021

Centiq today announced it has earned the SAP on Microsoft Azure advanced specialisation, a validation of a services partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience and proven success at implementing SAP solutions on Azure.

As mainstream support for the SAP ECC platform ends in 2027, and as core SAP products are being optimized for the SAP HANA database, many enterprises are looking for a partner with advanced skills to migrate and modernize their existing SAP environment in the cloud.

Matt Lovell, CEO at Centiq commented, “I am delighted and so proud of the Centiq team in achieving our Microsoft SAP on Azure advanced specialisation. It is continued recognition of our global expertise in SAP on Azure and how we help so many customers migrate, transform and optimise SAP workloads. We are one of only a few smaller global SAP specialists who have this accreditation alongside our respected GSI's colleagues in providing trusted and thought leading customer outcomes. My sincere thanks to the Centiq team who continue to innovate, automate, deliver, evolve and accelerate our SAP, SQL and Azure services.”

Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions, Channel Sales and Channel Chief at Microsoft added, “The SAP on Microsoft Azure advanced specialisation highlights the partners who can be viewed as most capable when it comes to migrating enterprise SAP applications over to Azure. Centiq clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience to offer clients a comprehensive and professional SAP to cloud managed service.”  

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Rebecca Walmsley

By Rebecca Walmsley

08 July 2021