BANGALORE: Netmagic Solutions, a provider in managed IT services, today announced its alliance with three SAP partners - Aakit, Nastek, and Genisys.
With these partnerships, the company expects to expand its scope of managed hosting service offerings; while addressing the technology requirements of SMBs, said a press release.
Through this association, the alliance partners would be able to provide their customers with a comprehensive solution through an integrated array of offerings on a managed hosted model, it added.
“The combined expertise of Netmagic in hosting and running the SAP applications and that of these technology partners in offering these applications will prove beneficial to customers. They will now be able to avail an end-to-end solution, which will reduce their purchase cycle time and ensure that their needs are serviced through a seamlessly integrated solution,” said, Pritish Desai, head - alliances and channel marketing, Netmagic Solutions.
He further added, that these new alliances would enable the SMBs to significantly reduced their TCO (total cost of ownership) and thereby benefit immensely.
Netmagic would run the customer’s SAP applications and these technology partners would take care of the plan and build phase, providing a comprehensive solution including infrastructure, application management and managed hosting, said the release.
Aakit Technologies offers a full range of SAP services aimed at the engineering and construction operations (EC&O), process industry and the service sector among other domains.
Netmagic and Aakit would provide its customers an array of SAP services thereby proving to be a one stop shop, said the release.
Netmagic, in collaboration with Nastek, would take care of the entire infrastructure, datacenter and related technologies for meeting the specific hosting and managed services requirement of SMBs.
By enabling the SMB customers to leverage the strengths of Netmagic’s managed services portfolio, Genisys would have the added strength to ‘go to market’ with tools that would enable its customers to leverage the extended powers of IT, added the release.