ANGLEPOINT PARTNER: SAP
SAP Licensing, Asset Management & Consulting
SAP’s vision is to help the world run better and improve people’s lives. With more than 380,000 customers in 180 countries, SAP is at the center of today’s business and technology revolution. Anglepoint is proud to be an SAP partner, helping customers to streamline their processes and live in the moment through our SAP licensing, asset management, and consulting services.
Our SAP license baseline services include collecting Named User and engine or package measurements and consolidating into a full and complete report. Baseline reports contain up-to-date usage statistics for the type and quantity of each Named User deployed as well as engine/package measurements.
Our SAP Managed Service ensures that our clients have support throughout the year for the periodic reporting and optimization of SAP licenses. This service can also include elements of our Audit Support services - since SAP audits are annual.
A Named User optimization starts with a Named User Baseline and then is expanded to include additional SAP usage and access tables for users. Anglepoint performs a comprehensive analysis of the roles, transactions, and other user data to determine potential optimization opportunities for each Named User. Named User optimization is where the vast majority of clients find millions in savings.
“After engaging with the team at Anglepoint, our annual Microsoft true-up process was the easiest one yet. Each year, they help us by identifying the exact number of licenses we need to add, which frees up our internal resources. They also help us to avoid unnecessary spend by optimizing our environment with the licenses we already own.”
“With Anglepoint, we have been able to identify accurate utilization information through an easy process. Anglepoint was supportive of what we needed to accomplish while respecting my time.”
"Working with Anglepoint was a pleasure. I would recommend Anglepoint to any colleague at other organizations and will certainly look to engage them again going forward."