Managed Services Division

Benefits of relocating your SAP to the Azure Cloud

With its global footprint, NTT believes Microsoft Azure is the ideal platform to open up a world of new opportunities driven by efficiencies, innovations and business intelligence.

Migrating your SAP to Azure cloud delivers your business the following benefits:

Optimize cost efficiencies

Move from a CapEx to OpEx cost methodology, and drive down costs through pay as you go pricing models for both managed services and cloud consumption.

The agility to prepare for the future

Imagine having an IT infrastructure that can flex with seasonal business requirements and achieve greater agility with Azure Virtual Machines.

Scale while reducing risk

Safeguard your SAP platform against unforeseen events with our cutting-edge proven technology. High availability options are a breeze when  your ERP system is hosted on Azure.

Gain valuable business intelligence

Accelerate your business innovation with actionable data on your SAP systems that will improve decision making.

Empower your business to do more, on a global scale

Enterprises have been fast to adopt cloud for non-critical applications but have been nervous about migrating mission-critical SAP applications. That is up until now. Azure cloud is about the need for speed, automation, scalability, time-to-value, and innovation. Today, the cloud becomes more than just a deployment option, it becomes an enabler of expanded capabilities.

At NTT, our team of dedicated specialists has extensive experience of running SAP workloads on the public cloud. We have developed a proven methodology with one clear goal in mind: to add strategic value to your enterprise and your global operations. Complemented by the unique capabilities Microsoft Azure offers, we will help your organization open up possibilities of gaining more competitiveness by tapping into valuable data.

Get the facts in Microsoft’s own business leaders guide

“Some of Microsoft’s largest customers are moving their production SAP workloads to the Azure Cloud, offering conclusive proof that the cloud has become a mainstream enterprise-technology foundation for anything a global corporation chooses to deploy there.”

Bob Evans, 2018