A global construction group achieved savings in CAPEX close to USD 0.3 Million with CCS’s optimized SAP migration to AWS.
The client is a leading construction group across the Middle East and African countries, with some of their projects going on to become iconic landmarks in Oman and Qatar.
The client has been using SAP as ERP along with Oracle DB for the past 6 years and has seen a significant increase in data volumes, in-line with their rapid business growth. They also used SAP DMS extensively as they deal with a massive volume of documents. Their IT Infrastructure catering to SAP had almost reached its EOL with degradation in application performance over the years that impacted their work efficiency.
The client approached CCS with a need for faster reports and upgrading to HANA as a part of their IT roadmap.
CCS performed a gap analysis of the client’s existing IT landscape and outlined the business priorities before recommending Cloud. CCS evaluated both AWS and Azure to identify the most suited provider that could meet the client’s priorities. AWS emerged as the preferred choice as it ticked the client’s most desired objectives cost-effectively. We migrated the entire SAP landscape with zero downtime from on-premise to AWS Cloud and fine-tuned it further for optimal performance.
The client saved close to USD 0.3 Million in CAPEX and optimized OPEX by leveraging automation to use only the resources needed for the business then
Improved user experience and satisfaction as the client was running on the latest processors, storage, etc. from AWS without any additional investment.
Minimal disruption and inconvenience to the client as CCS has in-house expertise in SAP BASIS, ORACLE & AWS skills which ensured seamless delivery of the project from start to finish
Aggressive RTO and RPO from DR & BCP standpoint empowering clients to be more resilient.
Abilty to scale up and scale down in-line with business growth without needing to forecast in advance. No investment wastage while upgrading to HANA in the near future.