Competence Center for SAP ERP Consulting
Langenfeld / Cologne / Munich, December 17, 2020: The valantic Competence Center ERP Services and LINKIT Consulting are merging effective December 15, 2020 to form a new Competence Center for ERP Consulting. valantic (www.valantic.com) bundles its broad experience and expertise in SAP Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and SAP Finance to provide the best possible service as a one-stop provider for all digital end-to-end processes in SAP. For LINKIT Consulting, this step will be accompanied by a new corporate identity under the valantic brand.
Given rapid technological change and an increasingly volatile market environment, valantic aims to provide SAP user companies with comprehensive, sound, quick decision-making paths toward the digital transformation. “The cooperation with valantic as digitalization partner should be absolutely reliable and very easy – a real ‘wow experience’ for our customers. That’s our claim and now we can do it even better,” explains Thomas Latajka, Managing Director at valantic and responsible for the Competence Center ERP Consulting.
LINKIT Consulting with new corporate identity
The financial expert LINKIT Consulting has been part of valantic since summer 2019. With the merger, the corporate identity will now also be unified. Rüdiger Hoffmann, also Managing Director in the valantic Competence Center ERP Consulting, looks forward to the future: “The valantic brand represents specialists who react quickly and provide the high-quality services of a diversified digital solutions and consulting company. Our deep knowledge of SAP Finance fit in with this perfectly from the very beginning. Now our customers will profit even more from our comprehensive services.” With more than 1,200 experts, valantic is one of the fastest-growing digital solutions and consulting companies on the market, digitalizing processes along the entire value chain – from strategy to implementation. The company’s range of services includes its own SAP add-ons for the areas finance, human capital management (HCM), logistics, documents‑, contract and license management, security, master data, and authorization management.