DRCM® from YASH and C5MI is now an SAP Partner Qualified Solution

DRCM® from YASH and C5MI is now an SAP Partner Qualified Solution

YASH Technologies, a leading global consulting, technology, and outsourcing company and its subsidiary, C5MI, has announced that YASH-C5MI DRCM®, a packaged solution that addresses the specific plant maintenance needs of manufacturing companies, is now an SAP-Qualified Partner-Packaged Solution. This solution will help organizations with seamless manufacturing operations, accelerate time-to-value, reduce risks, and drive predictable outcomes.

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Speaking on the announcement, Manoj Baheti  – Founder President & CEO at YASH Technologies, said, “In these challenging times, YASH and C5MI are focused on helping clients re-imagine business operations as they lay the roadmap to resilience. In partnership with SAP, we have put together DRCM, a scalable solution for organizations to drive business efficiencies in their manufacturing processes. Building on the SAP S4HANA digital core, this solution allows clients to take advantage of their existing applications to create value-added capabilities.”

On this occasion, Martin Newell – Director, Enterprise Asset Management at C5MI, said“We are honored to have the SAP seal of approval for our rollout approach of SAP Intelligent Asset Management for customers who are just starting or expanding their Maintenance 4.0 journey. By structuring our DRCM® implementation methodology into a set of rapidly deployable packages, SAP customers are now able to realize the full potential of their digital investments quickly.”

YASH and C5MI are the “Partners of Choice” of Fortune 500 organizations globally with their manufacturing consulting, Infrastructure, Cloud, and Digital solutions and services. As one of the largest global SAP service providers, YASH and C5MI have an extensive portfolio of manufacturing solutions and a strong track record of deploying them to enable enterprises to differentiate themselves competitively.

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