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Syntax provides comprehensive technology solutions and trusted professional, advisory, and application-management services to power businesses’ mission-critical applications in the cloud.

With 50 years of experience, 700+ customers, and 1,900+ employees around the world, Syntax has deep expertise in implementing and managing ERP and other applications deployments in secure private, public, and hybrid, environments.

Syntax partners with SAP, Oracle, AWS, Microsoft, and other global technology leaders to ensure customers’ applications are seamless, secure, and at the forefront of enterprise technology innovation.

Featured Solutions

  • Cloud Management Services

    Run SAP applications in the cloud with metrics-driven resiliency and operational efficiency like you’ve never experienced before.

  • Business Analytics

    SAP Business Analytics Effectively utilize data to unlock SAP business value.

Featured Content

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  • Syntax SAP Hosting and Managed Services

    As an early SAP adopter and customer, Syntax has provided managed cloud hosting services for more than 50 years. As SAP implementations proliferated in the cloud, Syntax was there for SAP customers. Syntax offers an array of SAP services, including upgrades, cloud hosting, application managed services, and ongoing support.

  • Why Turn to Syntax for SAP on AWS

    The hyperscale public cloud has become the biggest IT disrupter since the Internet. At the center of this transition to the public cloud: mission-critical ERP application such as SAP which are fundamental to business operations.

Articles / Case Studies / Videos

  • Bringing Your Digital Factory to Life: Driving Value with SAP Digital Manufacturing

    Connected machines are only the first step in making the digital factory a reality. To capture real, lasting business value, companies need to collect and analyze process data produced by their plant machinery in real time.  Join us for a round table discussion as we uncover the path to transforming your manufacturing processes with SAP…

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    Using CxLink for SAP Data and Applications on AWS

    There are SAP applications everywhere and in various organizations. Some reside on-premises while others are cloud-based. Databases and documents are everywhere and are very siloed. This webinar presents options for breaking down those siloes using CxLink for SAP data and applications on AWS. Join us to learn how creating integrated and innovative views of your…

  • Dole Packaged Foods (Dole) Seeks Optimal Path to Public Cloud

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    Cost optimization, without compromising the quality of service, is a primary consideration for any business.  Learn how an ERP design across multiple availability zones (AZs) can improve flexibility to scale a system infrastructure up or down as needed.  With workloads split between two zones, you can free up capital to invest in strategic business initiatives.…

  • Ariston Group’s Path to Optimizing SAP Implementation on AWS

    Reading time: 4 mins

    In an effort to reduce operational IT costs, many large organizations are beginning to rely on third-party suppliers to deliver high system availability and an optimal cost structure.  This approach consolidates resources into Availability Zones where a Single Pane of Glass Management is the key benefit. Learn how Artison Group, a world leader in energy-efficient,…

  • CxLink Backup Reduces Cloud Storage Costs by 10X Case Study

    CxLink Backup has simplified backup management for Syntax by giving it a single view of the status of all backups—a consistent and consolidated place to implement backup policies.

  • The Power of Application Management Services

    Application Management Services (AMS) is where a company outsources ongoing application support tasks to an external provider. Watch more with Syntax on how an AMS partner can help companies navigate their digital journey and support applications that improve their overall user experience.

  • 3 Forces Shaping the Evolution of ERP

    Reading time: 1 min

    Learn more with Syntax on the transformative events of the past few years may finally sound the death knell for traditional ERP systems as enterprises seek agility, flexibility, and speed.