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Soltius and Neptune partner to provide easy mobile SAP

Soltius and Neptune Software partner to provide New Zealand companies with an easy way to mobilise SAP

26 May 2014

New Zealand organisations now have a faster and simpler option to mobilise their SAP processes thanks to a new partner agreement between New Zealand’s leading SAP provider and Neptune Software.

SAP Gold Partner, Soltius New Zealand has an eighteen year track record delivering the full spectrum of SAP services to local organisations. In recent years that has increasingly included solutions to mobilise SAP.

Neptune Software provides a platform for any SAP functionality to be available in user friendly interfaces on phones, tablets and desktop, using the latest HTML5 controls.

The exclusive partnership makes Soltius the only provider in New Zealand able to offer Neptune solutions to SAP customers.

Soltius Mobility Manager Craig Bennett says that Enterprise Mobility is one of the key business requirements for customers today and Soltius is continually investing in new and innovative methods for mobilising SAP. “To us partnering with Neptune Software is a case of responding directly to customer demands. We will continue to invest in, promote, implement and support SAP’s Enterprise Mobility offerings. What Neptune Software provides is a rapid, cost effective option in what is a very dynamic area.”

Neptune Software spokesperson Andreas Sulejewski says they are excited to be entering the New Zealand market and look forward to a growing relationship with Soltius.

The benefit for SAP customers is that Neptune’s inside out approach not only enables great user experiences, it also allows customers to leverage their existing infrastructure and skills investment. Experience shows that this is important consideration for many customers wanting to get a start in mobility.

The Neptune Software is SAP Certified and installs very quickly, simply and directly on an existing SAP NetWeaver based system. Development is incredibly fast and can be done on a range of devices depending on users’ needs. Standard content developed by Neptune and Soltius is available and Craig says, “Soltius can enable customers to develop their own solutions for their specific business needs.

“Solutions are developed from within the SAP system with the capability to use online or offline data, you can use the solution anywhere. And with the optional use of PhoneGap containerisation we can also very simply create mobile applications that can access common device features.

“Neptune Software has really thought their solution through. For example, the development environment supports the visualisation of the solution on common mobile devices very simply as it’s being built.”

Craig says this allows the customer to be more directly involved in the design visualisation process. “Our first experience using Neptune with a client allowed us to deliver a fully functional prototype within five days. Seeing it working beats seeing it on paper any day.”

Want to see more and find out how Neptune Software can help you rapidly and cost effectively mobilise your SAP workforce? Please contact Glenda Godfrey at glenda.godfrey@soltius.co.nz or on+64 27 583 4848.

To take a look at the Neptune site for instant access to real time demo’s: http://neptune-software.com/experience/

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