De Villiers Walton is an SAP services partner. We design, implement, and integrate SAP solutions; optimize business processes; and provide strategic business consultation for our customers globally.
We focus on all aspects of Customer Relationship Management and Analytics including SAP Cloud for Customer, SAP CRM / TPM, SAP hybris Marketing, SAP E-Commerce, SAP BI, and SAP UX.
SAP Cloud for Customer is now firmly on the agenda for many SAP customers both old and new.
Call us "old fashioned" but in our opinion the best way to learn the solution is to attend instructor led training delivered remotely or in a traditional classroom.
Our team of battle-scarred SAP Cloud for Customer developers is available for hire. So whether you are an SI looking to supplement your project team or a customer looking to make some enhancements to the solution, get in touch.
The team has worked with all aspects of the SAP Cloud Application Studio (SDK) including: Business Objects, User Interfaces, Web Services, Reports & Dashboards, Forms, Approvals, Notifications and Business Configuration.
We were recently engaged to carry out an evaluation of hybris Marketing for an NYSE-listed telco. Our client had a complex marketing infrastructure with SAP CRM Marketing and SAP RTOM at the core and they wanted to assess whether to continue to invest in the current marketing platform or to make the move to hybris Marketing.
We concur with cloud community chatter that Concur is set to completely conquer the Time & Expense market with its integrated cloud-based travel and expense management solutions.
Although, I first heard of Concur when SAP's acquisition of the business was announced in September 2014, I first became aware of Concur as a company at SAP's annual FKOM event in Barcelona in February 2015.
A couple of weeks ago, I taught a SAP Cloud for Customer (C4C) class to a group of 15 at SAP UK. The participant group size has consistently been in the 10 to 15 range across Europe for the last 12 months or so. While last year the attendee profile was exclusively SAP partners this year customers are making up 20% to 30% of the class size. This has been great to see because it not only means that SAP C4C is in the ascendency within the partner community it is also showing that early partner investment in the solution is translating into sales and projects.