LetsGetChecked, a healthcare solutions company, has selected RISE with SAP S/4HANA Cloud to power its digital transformation. Sapphire Systems will provide implementation services.
LetsGetChecked has experienced exponential growth since its founding in 2015 and has raised a total of $260m in four rounds of funding. Having previously used cloud accounting application Xero, the company needed a more intelligent and comprehensive end-to-end platform that would support the entire business. Through evaluation of the market, LetsGetChecked were able to select SAP S/4HANA Cloud from a shortlist also comprising Netsuite and Microsoft.
Gary Fitzgerald, group financial controller at LetsGetChecked, said: “Our decision to invest in a world-class digital platform was pivotal to support our next stage of growth and it quickly became clear that SAP S/4 HANA Cloud would be an excellent fit for our complex business model. Their system delivers automation, simplifies business processes in the cloud, provides real-time business insights and visibility of the entire sales, inventory, and fulfilment lifecycle. Complementing the platform, Sapphire Systems understands all our complexities and specific needs. Their team worked closely with us to scope out the right project methodology and expedite performance”
Michiel Verhoeven, managing director for SAP UK & Ireland, added: “RISE with SAP is designed to help organisations deploy SAP S/4HANA Cloud in the most straightforward, structured way possible, enabling their digital transformation in the cloud, we have a great sense of pride from servicing high growth, market innovators such as LetsGetChecked. Through the strength of Sapphire Systems as a quality SAP Partner, RISE will enable a faster time to deploy, implementation of standard processes and innovation outside the core.”
Chris Gabriel, chief strategy officer at Sapphire, stated: “We are incredibly excited to be partnering with LetsGetChecked and SAP to deliver the powerful combination of SAP S/4HANA Cloud speed and RISE adaptability to create the digital operating platform that will now sit at the core.”