From the Steppes of Russia to Monte Cassino – The brave history of the Polish 2nd Corps

May the 18th 2014 marked the 70th anniversary of the victory of the famous battle at the Monastery of Monte Cassino in Southern Italy in 1944. This highly significant battle and one of the most important allied victories of the war had by then been raging for nearly six months. Its capture from the German … More From the Steppes of Russia to Monte Cassino – The brave history of the Polish 2nd Corps

3 successful SAP Go-Lives in less than 9 months

Schneider Electric is a large multinational having many independent regional SAP systems. They tried, with partial success, to bring them all together in a single unified SAP ECC6 landscape, and as a result most of the European systems remained independent, unpatched, and on old R/3 versions. Schneider Italy, BeNeDeCh (Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic), and … More 3 successful SAP Go-Lives in less than 9 months

SAP on AWS

Capgemini UK have just successfully delivered the companies first UK total SAP solution in the AWS cloud for a global Specialty Chemical company.A new customer to Capgemini, they had previously not used SAP but their most recent and largest acquisition to date operated SAP which generated the need for a full SAP implementation.  The aim … More SAP on AWS

Anglian Water SAP Migration success

Just over 4 years after my last SAP transition at Anglian Water I was back for another. This time it wasn’t just a simple transition but a load of os/db migrations comprising 60 SAP systems comprising nearly 200 servers. SAP is central to Anglian Water’s business providing, amongst others, management of customers, billing, maintenance planning, … More Anglian Water SAP Migration success