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July 12, 2020
Score 8 out of 10
The main reason for its use has to do with managing the scalability of applications on our servers. It means that we create, edit, and test our applications within the cloud servers. On the other hand, we use it both to test and evaluate the efficiency of the code, as well as to evaluate costs and estimate budgets. We have also created final cloud solutions from IBM for third parties, it really helps save time and money.
- Effective and scalable.
- Always updated.
- Offers the ability to integrate SAP with non-SAP solutions extremely easily.
- Powerful IT services.
- Support is usually slow to respond, and when it does, it doesn't give us the help we need.
It's nice and the flexible coupling of services helps develop dynamic applications. It provides a good user interface for auditing application deployments, a registration mechanism, and most importantly, it can create web presentations and you don't need to have any software installed, plus the data is very easy to track in real time from point of commercial view, and above all that connectivity is excellent.
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It takes time to respond and never gives good solutions to the problems, since it seems somewhat robotic with its automatic messages, then when we speak directly with the support, it never gives a solution to our problems, we have to find other ways.
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