As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with nearly 120 years of expertise, NEC has leveraged its adaptive solutions to enable individuals and enterprises across a wide spectrum of industries to achieve more flexible, secure and responsive work environments.
As an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) leader with more than 117 years of expertise, NEC enables new approaches to how Communications and IT services are delivered and managed through its field-tested expertise.
Combining innovative capability with a rich Communications and IT portfolio, NEC has provided individuals and enterprises with solutions that cover and enable the full spectrum of business processes for new and improved ways of conducting business.
Accelerating the adoption of SAP HANA based applications
Ameri100 has selected NEC Corporation of America to be its primary cloud service provider to offer SAP®HANA® migration services
for its U.S. customers.
In the words of Ameri100 president and CEO, Giri Devanur, "This agreement addresses the white-space in the SAP HANA migration market
allowing our clients to accelerate the adoption of SAP HANA based applications with a highly secure and transparent private cloud
Ameri100 is a SAP-based strategy consulting firm that brings synergies of classic consulting and product-based consulting services to
its customer base. Headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey with offices in New York, Atlanta, Dallas, Phoenix, Kansas and Toronto, as
well as offshore centers in Bangalore, Mumbai and Chennai in India, the Company is a global leader in consulting and technology solutions.
Ameri100 is a Lean Enterprise Architecture Partner (LEAP), enabling clients to outperform the competition and stay ahead of the
innovation curve. The Company leverages a global partner ecosystem that has deep knowledge and skills to build and implement great
ideas that drive progress for clients and enhance their businesses through innovative solutions.
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