Syniti Strengthens Data Management Solutions with Proceed Group Acquisition

Syniti, a global leader in enterprise data management, has announced its acquisition of Proceed Group’s Rightsizer software. This acquisition will enhance Syniti’s portfolio of solutions and further solidify its data-first approach to digital strategy.

Rightsizer is a powerful tool that helps businesses identify archiving opportunities and determine infrastructure sizing during SAP S/4HANA transformations. By utilizing Rightsizer, businesses can gain agility, alleviate strain on internal resources, and increase deployment efficiencies while ensuring continuity of business operations.

With the integration of Proceed Rightsizer into its offerings, Syniti customers will be able to start working on their data earlier than ever before as they prepare for SAP S/4HANA implementation. This is crucial for businesses undergoing SAP migration, as they need support in securely extracting and importing data and documents from SAP environments, as well as decommissioning unnecessary legacy data. By assessing and optimizing their data earlier in the process, businesses can unlock value from their existing data and infrastructure, setting a solid foundation for SAP transformations.

Syniti’s Data Assessment Express offering will incorporate Rightsizer software, providing customers with rapid visibility into their SAP data and actionable insights to accelerate data quality, governance, analytics, and migration projects. This integration aligns with Syniti’s data-first approach, emphasizing the importance and benefits of data-driven transformation efforts.

Kevin Campbell, CEO of Syniti, highlighted the significance of starting data work early and the impact it has on successful business transformation projects. He emphasized the superiority of Syniti’s Data First strategy, which has proven to deliver better business outcomes compared to outdated lift and shift approaches.

Nick Parkin, founder of Proceed Group, expressed his confidence in the partnership between Syniti and Proceed. Acknowledging the value of preparing data before system implementations, Parkin emphasized the compatibility of Rightsizer with Syniti’s innovative solutions and Data First mission.

With the acquisition of Proceed Group’s Rightsizer software, Syniti strengthens its position as a leading provider of data management solutions. The inclusion of Rightsizer into Syniti’s offerings will enable businesses to unlock the full potential of their SAP transformations by prioritizing data and setting a strong foundation for future success.

Syniti Acquires Proceed Group’s Rightsizer Software to Enhance Data Management Solutions

Syniti, a global leader in enterprise data management, has acquired Proceed Group’s Rightsizer software. This acquisition strengthens Syniti’s portfolio of solutions and reinforces its data-first approach to digital strategy.

Rightsizer Software: Rightsizer is a powerful tool that helps businesses identify archiving opportunities and determine infrastructure sizing during SAP S/4HANA transformations. It enables businesses to gain agility, optimize resources, and enhance deployment efficiencies while ensuring continuous business operations.

Data Preparation for SAP S/4HANA Implementation: By integrating Proceed Rightsizer into its offerings, Syniti allows its customers to start working on their data at an earlier stage in preparation for SAP S/4HANA implementation. This is crucial for businesses undergoing SAP migration as it supports them with secure data extraction, import, and decommissioning of legacy data. Optimizing data early in the process enables businesses to unlock the value of their existing data and infrastructure, creating a strong foundation for SAP transformations.

Syniti’s Data Assessment Express Offering: Syniti’s Data Assessment Express offering will incorporate Rightsizer software, providing customers with rapid visibility into their SAP data. This integration enables actionable insights to accelerate data quality, governance, analytics, and migration projects. This aligns with Syniti’s data-first approach and emphasizes the importance of data-driven transformation efforts.

Kevin Campbell, CEO of Syniti: Campbell emphasizes the significance of starting data work early and its impact on successful business transformation projects. Syniti’s data-first strategy has proven to deliver better business outcomes compared to outdated lift and shift approaches.

Nick Parkin, Founder of Proceed Group: Parkin expresses confidence in the partnership between Syniti and Proceed. He acknowledges the value of preparing data before system implementations and highlights the compatibility of Rightsizer with Syniti’s innovative solutions and data-first mission.

With the acquisition of Proceed Group’s Rightsizer software, Syniti strengthens its position as a leading provider of data management solutions. By incorporating Rightsizer into its offerings, Syniti enables businesses to unlock the full potential of their SAP transformations by prioritizing data and establishing a strong foundation for future success.

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