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Jungle at CeBIT?

AMM Blog / 3. March 2011

Hello again – the next big event will soon be upon us and the jungle will be on show at Deutsche Telekom’s stand at CeBIT 2011.

AMM is one of our top topics under the core beliefDynamic Net-Centric Sourcing” together with the topics “Harmonization & Consolidation” and “Cloud Readiness Services.” How will the intro look?

We’ll start with a jungle screensaver and some icons for improving landscape gardening.

And why landscape gardening?

What are the benefits for our customers?

AMM offers them better performance, management and further development of SAP and non-SAP applications. Service quality will be improved and it also helps cut costs and make a big step towards modernizing the application landscape for future tasks.

What are Cloud Readiness Services (CRS)?

CRS are independent consulting services and content systems integration solutions that enable customers to get the most out of cloud computing. Business IT will be completely transferred to the cloud and all relevant technical and economical aspects will be included.

What does Harmonization & Consolidation means? This relates to the topic of ERP – better known as Enterprise Resource Planning. It will be the basis for using cloud services and boosts the efficiency of applications.

All topics presented at CeBIT are offerings that complement and even build on each other.

What is important is the individual approach for each customer: what structure is in place and what are the goals and the means of reaching it?

We have geared the chosen icons to the various topics and based them on landscape gardening. This will be the link to our AMM jungle campaign. The “golden shovel” icon is for AMM and gives a little insight into daily business.

The screensaver will feature a good little gimmick – come and see for yourself at our exhibition stand D26 in at hall 4 in Hanover.

Let your business grow. Not the application jungle.

See you soon,




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