How can we help you?
We help asset intensive companies around the world optimize their Asset Management and SAP EAM solutions, so their operations can run more efficiently and users can work smarter. We are not your typical professional services and solutions firm. We are EAM business experts, who are also IT solution providers. EAM is not just something we’ve learned in a book.
We know EAM and EAM software from actually using it. What we like to call Real. World. Experience.
What Makes our EAM business unique?
Independent but 100% SAP Focused
only work with one software partner: SAP. This enables us to focus on how to
best leverage their software and ecosystem. Our close relationship with SAP
also gives us an early glimpse into new features that are in the pipeline.
Know how to leverage SAP software to solve key business problems
Our industry experts don’t just know SAP EAM software, they know EAM. They have first- hand experience working in asset intensive industries doing the same jobs our customers are doing.
Focused on one thing, Asset Management
We are Asset Management experts who understand the unique needs of asset intensive businesses.
True Partner and Advisor who know issues and speak the vernacular of end-users
We speak the "language" of the SAP EAM users because many of our experts began their careers in the Asset Management industry.
Responsiveness and Accessibility to Senior Leadership and Consultants
We have many more industry experts than we did when we opened our doors in 2005 as Vesta Partners. But what hasn't changed is the ability to talk to someone who can solve your problem.
Talk to a Rizing expert
Whether you're just getting started or are well on your way with SAP solutions, we can help.
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