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Transportation and Energy Customers Look to Wharfedale’s SAP® Solutions with an Eye toward Cost Savings and Improved Operational Efficiencies
Date:6/28/2012

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) June 28, 2012

Wharfedale Technologies Inc. (WFT Cloud) is proud to announce its further international expansion into the Energy and Transportation domains. WFT global footprint has grown by effectively addressing the mission critical needs of its newest Canadian customers. WFT consultatively focuses on reducing Infrastructure TCO by having customers run their business critical SAP Landscapes on the WFT Cloud solution.

Customers within the Energy and Transportation sectors are natural fit to Wharfedale’s business focused SAP Infrastructure solutions. These industries are highly sensitive to the ever fluctuating price of oil. Thus, they enjoy the peace of mind knowing its Operating Expenses (OpEx) will be measurably decreased by running their SAP landscapes on Cloud (On Premise or Hybrid). The IT savings realized will positively impact the “bottom-line”.

Wharfedale now provides Canadian based customers Disaster Recovery on WFT Cloud. WFT Rapid Migration approach enables deployment of customer SAP DR into Cloud in matter of days (not weeks). This assists customers to implement and operate - highly cost effective SAP DR Solutions which meet their compliance requirements and reduce cost. WFT Cloud’s subscription based model further reduces customer DR Overheads while simultaneously increasing customers’ ROI. Below are the average DR Cost Savings WFT Cloud customers enjoy when migrating from traditional DR Solutions.

  • In-House Disaster Recovery Solution - Minimum of 30% - 40% Savings
  • Hosted DR Solution - (Customer Managed)     - Minimum of 40% - 50% Savings
  • Hosted DR Solution - (Third Party Managed) - Minimum of 50% - 60% Savings

WFT Cloud will offer its Canadian customers the fastest SAP system provisioning on the cloud. For example, SAP Business Owners often need to create SAP environments “on the
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