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vCentric Technologies named a finalist for 2017 SAP Pinnacle Awards

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vCentric Technologies, a leading CMMI Level 3 and an ISO 9001:2015-accredited information technology services and technology consulting company, with major focus on SAP, announced that SAP has recognized it as a finalist for SAP Pinnacle Award in the SAP S/4HANA Partner of the Year – Small and Midsize Companies category.
The SAP Pinnacle Awards is SAP’s premier global partner recognition programme. It aims to highlight and appreciate the outstanding partners that have excelled in developing a partnership with SAP while growing mutual business by helping customers run better. Finalists and winners in 19 categories were chosen based on recommendations from the SAP field, customer feedback and performance indicators, including a Customers’ Choice award, which recognizes a customer-nominated SAP partner.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman Venugopal Uppalapati said, “We are delighted and are privileged to have been recognized as a finalist for SAP Pinnacle Awards 2017. We would like to thank SAP for extending to us unprecedented support and guidance. With this acknowledgment, I am confident vCentric would gear up to attain even bigger challenges in future. With innovations, we believe in serving our customers with the right technology solutions for making the customer transform into being a next-generation enterprise. vCentric shall be looking to concentrate on growth markets, being Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in near future.”
SAP S/4HANA is designed to drive business innovation with simplicity by connecting people, devices and business networks in real time to support the development of new business models. Over the two months Feb-March 2017, vCentric enabled six customers across automotive, EPC, FMCG, aviation, and infrastructure service providers, glass manufacturing to go-live with SAP S4/HANA. The simplified data model allows customers to reimagine their IT, helping to drive lower costs and aiming to help deliver 
IT efficiency.

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