I am thrilled to announce the Onapsis nCase Partner Program has been included in CRN’s 2021 Partner Program Guide for the second year in a row!
In October 2020, we announced our Series D round of funding which included our plans for extending The Onapsis Platform to support mission-critical SaaS applications, such as SAP SuccessFactors, Salesforce, Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, Workday and others.
Today, Onapsis announced that we are now part of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA).
Our new e-book, DevSecOps for SAP S/4HANA Migrations for Dummies, walks through how applying DevSecOps approaches can facilitate SAP application development, while also improving security, compliance and quality throughout the development lifecycle.
Today, I’m honored to be named on the Channel Company’s 2021 list of Channel Chiefs for the second consecutive year. The Onapsis channel team and I are proud to share this recognition with the rest of our partner community.
In 2021, utilizing an experienced partner community to help you plan and execute a migration strategy for your SAP workloads is key. Partners such as Accenture are instrumental in ensuring the intelligent enterprise is protected.
In 2021, we expect to see a number of challenges in cybersecurity—here are our top predictions from the Onapsis executives.
Together, with the support of all those who engaged with Onapsis during 2020, we were able to donate over $40,000 to charitable organizations that focused on Hunger, Breast Cancer Research, Children’s Programs, Suicide Awareness, Prosthetic Research and many others.
As I discussed last month, both Onapsis and Accenture believe that it is essential to provide our clients a clear path to a robust cybersecurity service.
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