Edenhouse joins United VARS global partner network

Global networking

Edenhouse Solutions has announced it has joined the United VARS Global Partner Program, the global network of market-leading SAP solution providers for the mid-market.

Elevating it to the highest-possible SAP Status of Platinum Partner, the UK-based consultancy firm said the membership will help boost its international reach and delivery capabilities.

The United VARS network has a presence across 95 countries, with more than 10,000 SAP consultants supporting upwards of 8,000 customers around the world.

Collaboration with these other United VARS members will enable Edenhouse to draw on local knowledge from new regions, the company said, ultimately enabling improved support for customers with ERP project rollouts.

"Edenhouse has grown exponentially in the last 10 years since its foundation," said Paul Solomon, Edenhouse CEO. "As part of our continued growth, we've seen numerous customers wanting to work with us on global implementations.

"To date we have managed this organically, but we believe becoming a part of the United VARS family will enable Edenhouse to support its customers to even higher levels in the future. We're really excited about working with them and strengthening our network, as well as bringing our own expertise to the table."

With Edenhouse now securing SAP Status of Platinum Partner, United VARS can boast 100 SAP industry solutions and 250 add-ons, providing service and support for international rollout projects, ERP optimisation projects and cross-border nearshoring. Made up of 50 SAP providers, the network is responsible for 300 international SAP implementation projects, as well as 8,000 collective ventures.

"We're really pleased to welcome Edenhouse into our alliance," said Detlef Mehlmann, managing director at United VARS. "It's great to have another leading SAP solution provider on board and we look forward to seeing them benefit from the global opportunities that our partnership offers."

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