Empowering clients in digital transformation by migrating SAP solutions to the cloud with no upfront costs!
PRINCETON, N.J. (PRWEB) June 04, 2018
Wharfedale Technologies Inc. today announced that it will showcase its Zero Dollar Down Migration subscription model at SAPPHIRE NOW®, being held June 5-7 in Orlando. Wharfedale has partnered with top cloud providers to implement Zero Dollar Down Cloud Migration, which helps cut the costs of cloud migrations.
With Wharfedale's monthly subscription model, customers running legacy systems can migrate to the cloud and transform their SAP solutions, with no upfront cost.
The unique offer is a part of a bundled solution that includes Wharfedale's portfolio of managed services of high-value consulting, DRaaS and more. Wharfedale designed the Zero Dollar Down Cloud Migration to provide customers value and a positive experience with cloud migration.
"We're delighted that our Zero Dollar Down Cloud Migration saved one of our enterprise customers $1.7 million of costs migrating to Microsoft Azure including SAP HANA®. It's been helping many customers feel more confident about cloud migration," said Ganesh Radhakrishnan, CEO of Wharfedale Technologies.
Wharfedale assesses an enterprise's IT workloads and conducts long-term cost evaluations and then compares the infrastructure costs of current systems to cloud system upgrades. This helps enterprises gain the best return of investment while providing resources to push their business forward and execute on their innovative strategies.
Catherine Tseng, Program Director of Wharfedale, said, "Zero Dollar Down Cloud Migration is about driving maximum value for customers, while giving them excellent service in bundled cloud migration and SAP managed services. Many customers have witnessed the smooth migration to SAP HANA. We are proud to offer a value-driven model that empowers customers and helps them to accelerate their digital transformation."
The Zero Dollar Down Cloud Migration offers a free technical migration to SAP HANA, which makes the transition to SAP S/4HANA® easier. Wharfedale can help customers save up to 30% of database upgrade costs with Microsoft Azure's Hybrid Usage Benefit (HUB licensing).
With the subscription model, customers have access to live usage costs and a performance dashboard. Wharfedale's live dashboard gives customers data on IT costs in various categories. This gives insights to help customers to resolve issues and dynamically scale cloud resources, and see cloud-spending forecasts on their day-to-day operations.
For more information about the Zero Dollar Down Cloud Migration Model, please visit here .
About Wharfedale Technologies Inc.
Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT) is a leading technology consulting firm specializing in infrastructure integrations and cloud services in support of SAP solutions including upgrading to SAP HANA and migrating SAP S/4HANA to Microsoft Azure, as well as private/public hybrid cloud solutions. Wharfedale is a certified provider of SAP hosting, infrastructure and cloud services, and Microsoft Gold Partner for Cloud Platform. Wharfedale offers solutions for high availability, disaster recovery, advanced sizing for virtualization, backup/recovery integration, systems refresh automation and landscape optimization.
For more information on Wharfedale and WFT Cloud services, please visit http://www.WFTCloud.com or call us at (888) 533-3113.
SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual Conference are the world’s premier business technology event and largest SAP customer-run conference, offering attendees the opportunity to learn and network with customers, SAP executives, partners and experts across the entire SAP ecosystem.
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