CenturyLink and SAP spruce up Tapestry's IT capabilities

CenturyLink and SAP are aiding Tapestry's digital transformation by improving its IT agility. (Pixabay)

CenturyLink and SAP are driving Tapestry's digital transformation by improving its IT agility, the companies announced on Wednesday.

Tapestry, which is the parent company of lifestyle brands Coach, Spade and Stuart Weitzman, picked CenturyLink to help manage its enterprise workloads in connection with its migration to SAP S/4HANA.

"We are incredibly proud of the scope and scale of this implementation," said Tapestry's Michael Braine, chief information officer, in a statement. "The time to value has been without precedent, and CenturyLink played a key and irreplaceable role in making that happen. Thought leadership and the grit to turn challenging situations into success is what we have come to expect from CenturyLink."


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CenturyLink has global SAP expertise as part of its IT services organization across numerous verticals, including fashion, manufacturing, retail, automotive, healthcare, financial services and high-tech.

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CenturyLink's relationship with SAP dates back to 2016, when it announced a supplier partnership with SAP to offer services for SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud. CenturyLink delivers a range of SAP solutions and services, including support for SAP S/4HANA implementations and SAP solutions deployed on public and private clouds.

"As a global platinum partner and reseller for SAP, CenturyLink enables customers, like Tapestry, to achieve faster time to market by combining the power of CenturyLink's network, cloud and IT services solutions with the SAP product portfolio," said CenturyLink's Mahesh Dalvi, vice president, global IT services, in a statement.

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