Indian Provider Web Werks Achieves SAP Certification for Cloud Hosting

January 23, 2019
Indian Provider Web Werks Achieves SAP Certification for Cloud Hosting
Indian provider Web Werks India Pvt. Ltd. (Web Werks) has achieved SAP certification for cloud hosting. Web Werks, the sub-continent’s largest data center service provider and an award-winning provider of cloud, VPS hosting, dedicated servers and colocation options, has headquarters in Mumbai. The ICANN-registered company operates ISO 9001:2015, ISO 27001:2013 and ISO 20000-1 and Uptime Institute certified TIER IV data centers both in India and in the United States. Its latest certification means it is “now one of the only SAP certified providers of cloud hosting services in India”.

SAP has head offices in Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and operates in 180 countries. The company provides a broad range of enterprise software solutions that support enterprise business operations. Its diverse range of offerings include ERP, business intelligence, procurement, and analytics solutions. SAP certification allows companies to provide SAP solutions.

For Web Werks to achieve SAP certification for cloud hosting the company had to submit to a rigorous audit of its infrastructure and processes. The audit is designed to establish whether an organization meets SAP’s exacting standards and is “suitable to host mission-critical environments running SAP applications”. The certification process underscores Web Werks’ ability to provide unmanaged and managed cloud servers with “high-performance cloud infrastructure availability, cloud management, cloud security, backup, and disaster recovery”.

“We are proud to have met these high parameters necessary to receive this accreditation by SAP, which is essentially a seal of approval in the way Web Werks offers cloud solutions to the clients,” explained the company’s CEO Nishant Rathi.

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