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Accenture, SAP and HP join hands for SAP HANA deployment

The Boardroom

09:51, June 5 2014

Companies to accelerate deployment through combined synergies.

Accenture, HP, and SAP America are collaborating to accelerate the deployment of the SAP HANA platform through a subscription based model.

The companies will provide integrated solution-as-a-service and additional managed services solutions leveraging their respective assets, products and services to target clients worldwide across various industries.

The solution is aimed at the existing SAP HANA customers who are yet to begin the deployment or haven't utilized their license capacity completely.

Accenture is the primary services provider in the collaboration, while HP's Enterprise Group would be the primary infrastructure provider, and SAP will provide mission-critical product support for SAP HANA.

For the new solution, Accenture will manage the client relationship and deliver industry expertise, strategy, business process transformation experience and integration and deployment capabilities, while HP's Enterprise Group will provide the systems architecture, IT infrastructure products and technology, and infrastructure services and related software.

Nariman Teymourian, senior VP, Global Enterprise Solutions, HP said: "Increasingly, organizations are looking to streamline their IT infrastructure by shifting their focus from integrating hardware, software and services, to adopting complete systems that can be quickly ordered and deployed to achieve business results faster."

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