Is your SAP landscape murky and unclear?
Are you overwhelmed with the options for SAP migration?
Let us cast a light on the situation so that you can build toward a brighter future.
How the discovery assessment will help you
Know your systems
The first step is to get crystal clear on your SAP landscape. Internal or external teams working on it might not totally 'get it' at the moment.
See your options
RISE with SAP might be the best way to go. However, for others, going to Azure offers some head-turning benefits that will make your company more flexible and dynamic.
Plan your strategy
Once you know what's possible, it's time to plan a route that fits your wider IT and business goals. Let us work with you to plot a path that gets you where you need to be.
What our customers say
“The implementation has been robust and reliable, allowing our wider business to get data in real time, from the boardroom to the users the resounding request is ‘we want more’ which is testament to the S/4HANA Migration providing real results and successful outcomes”
"Myself and the team really appreciate all of the hard work that’s gone into the HEC migration project. It went incredibly smoothly, which is truly a testament to the professional approach and attention to detail from all involved. I won’t hesitate to reach out as and when anything arises, the team have only had great things to say about Centiq."
“We selected Centiq as they held the strongest reputation for expertise with SAP HANA and Microsoft Azure. We like working with smaller boutique consultancies, especially when they are so invested in the outcome our business needed. We work as a team, mirroring agile working behaviours”
"Centiq were one of the few providers with whom the technicians in my team really relished engaging. The enjoyed working with the can-do positive attitude of the Centiq team and felt they were really learning from experts. That's in comparison with some tech partners, who often appeared to put the 'B-team' on-site after contract signature, resulting in it feeling like my team were teaching them or that we were not correctly leveraging technology to optimum benefit."