MyPR: G3G South Africa awarded SAP® Gold Partner status:
G3G South Africa has announced the achievement of SAP Gold Partner status. This award is in recognition of their numerous successful implementations of both SAP Business One® and SAP S/4HANA® solutions. This coveted Gold Partner status demonstrates G3G’s strong commitment to providing their clients with the highest levels of SAP expertise, service and support, as well as business performance in selling SAP software licences.
“This is a great achievement for G3G South Africa,” said Mike Hartman, Regional Director – Africa. “There are over 30 SAP partners in the territory and G3G is one of just five who have achieved SAP Gold Partner status. We are blessed with a great base of clients, a strong relationship with SAP and some of the best SAP Consultants and support staff in the region.”
G3G and SAP work with organisations across Southern Africa to create lasting and sustainable business transformation by implementing SAP software, with a focus on SAP Business One and SAP S/4HANA. As a strategic SAP S/4HANA Move partner, G3G offers SAP clients a low-risk, low-cost option to convert to S/4HANA, a methodology which has been successfully deployed globally. They also focus on delivering cutting-edge innovation through their subscription-based SAP Business One offerings, which are also deployed on HANA.
G3G’s diverse portfolio of clients includes manufacturing companies, mining operations, retailers and professional services companies, to name but a few, demonstrating that the need to digitise business processes and accelerate business activities is not limited to a specific sector.
G3G believes that showing commitment to the SAP Partner Programme is critical to building long-term relationships with the SAP community. The SAP Gold Partner status provides them with increased access to SAP’s technology roadmaps and product development, allowing their clients to reap the benefits from early insight into process improvements, helping them to facilitate better business planning and retain a competitive edge.
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