SOUTHFIELD, Mich., April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Secure-24 LLC, the leading enterprise hosting and cloud provider, has earned its SAP certification for SAP HANA® Operations Services.
SAP HANA is an advanced SAP platform that combines database, data processing and application platform capabilities in-memory. It provides libraries for predictive, planning, text processing and spatial and business analytics. As an existing SAP-Certified Hosting, Mobile and Cloud Provider, Secure-24 (www.secure-24.com) already enjoys a long-standing partnership with SAP to deliver world-class technology solutions. The new certification recognizes Secure-24's ability to deliver high-quality services meeting SAP standards for the platform.
The company plans to train existing teams in the next 12 months to accommodate future HANA customers for hosting the application as well as for implementation, migration and operational support.
"We are proud to have achieved this additional certification from SAP," said Len Landale, vice president of ERP and Applications Hosting at Secure-24. "We're committed to continuous innovation and improvement leveraging best-in-class technology. This accomplishment helps us equip our clients to be more competitive in the marketplace with real-time insights into their processes."
Secure-24′s investments in leading technologists and world-class infrastructure is designed to help clients turn IT challenges into business opportunity. Beyond technology, Secure-24′s dedication to a client's success stems from its company culture. The company has been designated by Computerworld as one of the Best Places to Work in IT in 2013, CRN's Top Solution Providers, as well as Michigan's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.
Secure-24 manages complex IT landscapes and business critical applications for organizations around the globe. Secure-24 employs top technologists to provide leading solutions in IT operations, application hosting, cloud computing and managed services. Investments in both world-class experts and leading technology help clients turn IT challenges into business opportunity.
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