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Bramasol Announces Certification for SAP Support and New AMS Customer

May 16 2014, 5:58am CDT | by

San Francisco, CA, May 16, 2014 --(PR.com )-- Bramasol, Inc., an SAP gold channel partner and provider of solutions and services focused on mid-to-large-sized companies,announces new additions to...

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Bramasol Announces Certification for SAP Support and New AMS Customer

May 16 2014, 5:58am CDT | by

San Francisco, CA, May 16, 2014 --(PR.com )-- Bramasol, Inc., an SAP gold channel partner and provider of solutions and services focused on mid-to-large-sized companies,announces new additions to its Enterprise Support and Application Management Support clientele. In addition, Bramasol announces that it has received SAP PCOE certification for SAP ERP, SAP Analytics and Mobility and has added SAP HANA.

Dave Fellers, CEO of Bramasol stated, "We are continually investing in our talent and our technology to provide our clients with the best support. Having been in business for nearly 20 years, we have a number of clients who have relied on us for many years to help ensure that their mission critical enterprise business platforms are secure, up to date and running well. We are very proud that we have again, passed the rigorous SAP certification process to provide enterprise support to SAP customers. I am especially proud of my services team, led by Neeraj Dharia, for adding certification of SAP HANA to our portfolio."

Dozens of clients rely on Bramasol to help them get the most from their SAP Business Solutions with both Enterprise Support and Application Management Services. Trilliant, an energy company based in Redwood Shores, CAhas announced they will join the Bramasol client family as both an Enterprise Support and Application Management Services client. "We are excited that we have a company with a rich heritage, local support and strong technical expertise to partner with us," says Bob Habig, Trilliant CFO. "We look forward to stabilizing our system and working with Bramasol to take the greatest advantage of the power of SAP."

"Trilliant is the latest of a number of companies who have chosen Bramasol as their Enterprise Support and AMS partner," said David Fellers, Bramasol CEO. "We welcome them to the Bramasol family and look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship."

In Southern California, HealthPlus relies on Bramasol to help them keep their nutriceuticals flowing with both Enterprise Support Services and AMS. "We are a small company, but Bramasol gives us big company attention. We rely on them to help us keep our IT team focused on core enablement while they help keep our enterprise systems up and running," says Karen Chastian of HealthPlus.

To learn more, visit Bramasol in booth 389 at SAPPHIRE® NOW, being held June 3-5, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.

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Bramasol, Inc.
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Website: www.bramasol.com

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