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DyStar migrates to the cloud

Ike Suarez | Feb. 12, 2014
Implementation is first step in broader strategy to unify its infrastructure and embrace mobility

The Singapore-based DyStar is now transitioning from a hybrid in-house and server managed environment to a cloud based subscription model, according to a press statement jointly issued by T-Systems and SAP AG.

Its migration marks the first step in its broader strategy to unify its infrastructure and embrace mobility.

Textile Industries

DyStar is a provider of products and services to textile industries worldwide with its presence extending to over 50 countries.

The migration involves implementation of SAP's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Supply Chain Management (SCM) and enterprise data solutions in a managed cloud infrastructure provided by the Frankfurt-based T-Systems.

The statement further said that DyStar intends to optimize its existing multiplatform systems on a standardized platform through this migration.

Such optimization aims to deliver a differentiated experience for its users worldwide.

Following its migration to the cloud, DyStar will consolidate its databases and various SAP applications to pave the way for mobile services and self-service applications using SAP platform solutions.

T-Systems is a global provider of IT consultancy services.

SAP AG is based in Waldorf-Baden, Wuttenburg, Germany and is a global vendor of enterprise application solutions.

 

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