New York, NY — January 27, 2016 — Today PwC received the SAP® North America Partner Excellence Award 2016 for Partner Growth. The award was presented by SAP (NYSE: SAP) to the top-performing SAP partners in the North America region that have made outstanding contributions to driving their customers’ digital transformation.
PwC has been helping customers adopt innovation easily, gain results rapidly, grow sustainably and run more simply with SAP solutions. From harnessing the power of SAP® Business Suite 4 SAP HANA® (SAP S/4 HANA), digital transformation, rethinking performance management, developing and implementing a cloud strategy, securing data or navigating the complexities of global compliance, PwC is focused on helping organizations grow and create competitive advantage through the use of technology.
“For the third year in a row, we have been recognized by SAP and are incredibly proud this year to receive the SAP North America Partner Excellence Award 2016 for Partner Growth. This award highlights PwC’s commitment to innovate and develop solutions that propel our clients forward,” said Rodney Seligmann, Principal and Global SAP Alliance Leader, PwC. “PwC will continue to work with SAP to anticipate and prepare for business challenges which our clients will encounter in this new digital economy.”
Selected from SAP’s wide-ranging partner base, nominations for the SAP Partner Excellence Awards were based on internal SAP sales data. A steering committee composed of regional and global SAP representatives determined winning partners in each category according to numerous criteria such as sales achievement and performance. Awards were presented in a variety of categories, including overall sales, innovation, technology, services and solution-specific areas.
“SAP congratulates PwC as the recipient of the SAP North America Partner Excellence Award 2016 for Partner Growth,” said Rodolpho Cardenuto, President, Global Channels & General Business, SAP. “This award is a testament to the amazing work and value that PwC continues to deliver. Together with our partners, we deliver simple solutions for growing companies. As we move into 2016, we look forward to continuing to support our partners to grow their opportunities with SAP and to jointly deliver value for our customers.”
PwC’s approach to SAP-enabled transformations involves true business integration as we collaborate with SAP to help our clients to address business goals with both strategy and technology. For more information about PwC’s SAP capabilities, visit www.pwc.com/sap.
PwC received its award during the SAP Field Kick-Off Meeting Las Vegas, an annual gathering of SAP executives, SAP field employees and partners. It is SAP’s largest yearly sales meeting, intended to gain and exchange information on SAP’s strategy, sales methodology, business growth opportunities and product innovations as well as drive success during the upcoming year.
"PwC will continue to work with SAP to anticipate and prepare for business challenges which our clients will encounter in this new digital economy."
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