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July 8, 2011

Tiberone selects SAP Business ByDesign to move to cloud

Intended to provide a platform for company's fast growth plans

By CBR Staff Writer

Tiberone, a provider of business service management offerings, has selected SAP Business ByDesign to streamline their business processes, enable them to become more efficient, and to provide a platform to support the company’s fast growth plans.

SAP UK & Ireland said the new cloud-based system will replace Tiberone current system, Quickbooks, Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Sharepoint together with multiple excel spreadsheets to manage their business.

Tiberone commercial director Ben Chehraz said they chose SAP’s Business ByDesign offering over others as they were impressed with the integrated system, most importantly bringing their CRM and finance functions together.

"Our consultants are also able to have access to the system wherever they are in the world, which is a huge benefit for us," Chehraz said.

SAP Business ByDesign for SAP UK & Ireland head Ian Anstey said they are about to start on the implementation with the team at Tiberone and expect a go-live in September so that Tiberone can start improving their time to revenues and begin working more efficiently as soon as possible.

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