As a strategic SAP Silver Partner, and as a provider of disruptive access and security controls for SAP customers, we are delighted to be back at the SAPPHIRE NOW 2018 + ASUG Annual Conference. Our fourth year in a row! We are looking forward to the agenda of trending industry topics and connecting with customers, partners, and both old and new friends.
I am proud to announce our collaboration with IBM. This exciting new relationship authorizes IBM to bundle and sell ERP Maestro together with their leading portfolio of enterprise security products and services, globally. We are working with IBM because, together, we can better address the broader problem of cybersecurity threats that come from inside the organization. There’s a reason this is significant: according to IBM Security’s 2016 Cyber Security Intelligence Index, 60% of all cybersecurity attacks were carried out by insiders. With 87% of Forbes 2000 companies using SAP, and 76% of the world's transaction revenue flowing through SAP systems, the potential risk exposure is truly massive.
While attending SAPinsider GRC 2016 Conference in Vienna this past week, we officially announced the opening of our first European office in the UK . With a growing number of European companies using Access Analyzer , it was the next logical step for us to have a physical presence in this market and we are beyond excited!
This June, ERP Maestro turns three years old. And like a toddler coming out of their Terrible Two’s, we’ve matured, grown immensely and are learning more about the world around us (our customers and industry) every day.
Cloud computing isn’t just another tech buzzword. It’s on track to becoming a standard solution delivery model for organizations of almost any size and industry. While cloud computing has technically been around since the 1950s, the cloud we know today has helped launch entire business models and applications we use every day (Facebook, Netflix, Salesforce, just to name a few). Cloud computing doesn’t show signs of slowing either. In fact, a report from Forrester indicates that the public cloud market will reach $191 billion by 2020.