We highly recommend having custom ABAP code optimized and compliance requirements met, prior to transitioning SAP applications to Cloud and HANA.
Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
smartShift, a Cambridge Technology Enterprises (NSE: CTE) company, and the leading provider of solutions for automated optimization of complex IT systems, will present its unique automated ABAP code analysis and transformation solutions which prepare businesses for the transitions to Cloud and HANA, at the Cloud & Virtualization Conference in Las Vegas, booth No. 635. The Conference from February 28 to March 2, 2012, is the most important event of the year for SAP professionals who intend to improve code quality and transition to the Cloud.
In today’s highly competitive business climate, running a stable and well performing system with immediate data access in the Cloud ultimately determines the success of an organization. Albrecht Gass, Chief Architect of smartShift, will be a guest speaker at the Conference, delivering expert insights on this topic. His presentation will address effective processes, critical factors, and Cloud strategies, to successfully plan, prepare, and implement a transition to the Cloud platform for SAP professionals.
“We highly recommend having custom ABAP code optimized and compliance requirements met, prior to transitioning SAP applications to Cloud and HANA,” said Stefan Hetges, CEO of CTE, “therefore our SaaS Solutions which automatically detect and correct errors in custom code, help save time, money and reduce complexity.” Steps required for addressing these challenges are to perform an initial code analysis of the custom ABAP code, followed by an engagement that then utilizes a customized rule engine configuration conforming to the client’s coding standards and naming conventions. Additionally, smartShift’s SaaS Solutions deliver continuous quality assurance with the optimized ABAP code for future development projects. smartShift offers the only comprehensive solution that integrates with the SAP development process through SAP’s native Change Transport System, to find and automatically fix issues in custom ABAP code. smartShift’s revolutionary SaaS solutions are available at http://www.smartshiftme.com.
Once equipped with the optimized and compliant ABAP code, a business is ready to move into the Cloud. Cloud management service helps businesses leverage the true power of the Cloud, by freeing 70% of the monitoring and management time, empowering organizations to concentrate on their core business. CloudEnable by CTE, provides 24/7 infrastructure and application monitoring, focusing attention on critical concerns such as security management, disaster recovery planning and execution, comprehensive backups, and network monitoring.
Visit smartShift at booth No.635 and learn more about smartShift’s expertise in automated ABAP code analysis and transformation, and Cloud management services. For more information about smartShift and CloudEnable, please visit http://www.smartshiftgroup.com and http://www.cloudenable.com. Follow smartShift and CloudEnable on twitter (@smartShift_CTE, @Cloud_Enable) for real-time updates.
smartShift, a Cambridge Technology Enterprises (CTE) company, is the leading provider of solutions for automated optimization of complex IT systems. smartShift offers a patented issues detection and correction solution for SAP systems that performs automatically — without manual intervention and error-free results, which dramatically improves system performance and stability. Perfected over two decades and hundreds of customer implementations, smartShift’s comprehensive solution is designed to deliver results in a very short timeframe. smartShift customers include major global organizations such as BMW, Shell, Commerzbank, Kimberly-Clark, OfficeMax, Scotts, Miracle-Gro. For more information, please visit http://www.smartshiftgroup.com.
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