Answerthink Achieves AWS SAP Competency Status

August 25, 2021
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MIAMI, FL – August, 25 2021 – Answerthink, a division of The Hackett Group, announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) SAP Competency status. Achieving AWS SAP Competency status differentiates Answerthink as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member, demonstrating its technical experience and proven customer success with specific focus on migrating SAP workloads to AWS.

“This recognition is a testimony to Answerthink’s demonstrated technical proficiency and success in SAP implementation, migration, and innovation,” said Michael Eidmann, Principal SAP Cloud Solutions for Answerthink. “We are proud to have achieved the AWS SAP Competency as we continue to invest in our services to ensure that our customers’ implementations of SAP technologies in the cloud are as seamless as possible.

The AWS Competency Program is designed to identify, validate, and promote AWS Partners with demonstrated experience, tooling, methods, and best practices to streamline clients’ cloud migrations or transformations.

Answerthink, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and an SAP Platinum Partner, offers an array of SAP services, including assessments, planning, upgrades, migrations, cloud hosting, application managed services and end-to-end support.

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About Answerthink

Answerthink is a division of The Hackett Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: HCKT), an SAP platinum partner that develops and offers qualified SAP Business All-in-One solutions, industry-specific software, business intelligence, cloud solutions, implementation, hosting, services, support and training packaged solutions. By leveraging the best practices database of The Hackett Group, Answerthink helps clients improve performance and maximize returns on SAP software investments. For more information, please visit:


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