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q.beyond partners with Microsoft to migrate SAP systems to Azure cloud

Friday 9 October 2020 | 09:24 CET | News
Q.beyond, formerly known as QSC, said it has signed a partnership agreement with Microsoft to migrate SAP systems to the Microsoft Azure public cloud. The companies want to support medium-sized companies to transition to SAP S / 4HANA and fully integrated IT environment. Q.beyond is a partner of Microsoft for the SAP DCM (Datacenter Migration) Sprint programme. Q.beyond and its customers benefit, among other things, from direct access to technical information from Microsoft. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft / QSC
Countries: Germany
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