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MSI Global Business Solutions Becomes SAP® Services Partner

Through new partnership, MSI to help clients adopt, leverage and benefit from SAP solutions complemented by MSI's global business solutions

HAMPTON, N.H., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobility Services International (MSI), a global business solutions company and leading provider of global talent mobility, announced today that it has joined the SAP® PartnerEdge® program as an SAP services partner. The program gives partners access to resources, services and benefits that will help MSI build and maintain a successful partnership with SAP, which will help it to optimize business results for clients.

SAP services partners help SAP customers design, implement and integrate SAP solutions; optimize business processes; and provide strategic business consultation. As an SAP services partner, MSI will take an active part in the support, customization and deployment of SAP solution-based systems.

Through this new partnership, MSI plans to introduce to and help clients adopt SAP solutions, including:

  • SuccessFactors cloud-based Human Capital Management (HCM) Suite, which includes the SuccessFactors Talent Management Suite, and the SAP ERP HCM application
  • SAP BusinessObjects™ Business Intelligence suite
  • SAP HANA® Cloud Platform
  • SAP Data Management platform

"We are delighted with our new partnership with SAP, through which we are extending and complementing our global business solutions portfolio," said Eric Egnet, chief operating officer and CIO, MSI. "We anticipate that as an SAP services partner, our clients will benefit from the new capabilities, opportunities, and possibilities that will result. We believe that MSI's global business solutions, complemented by SuccessFactors cloud-based and SAP's on-premises-based HCM solutions, SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence suite, SAP HANA Cloud Platform, and SAP Data Management portfolio, will enable us to deliver significant value and increased business agility to our clients."

As an SAP services partner in SAP PartnerEdge, MSI will have access to a much broader range of software tools and solutions for its clients. SAP PartnerEdge offers tools and resources that provide a strong foundation of support and collaboration that fosters unparalleled value and mutual business success for customers, partners and SAP.

With extensive global business industry experience, vast subject-matter expertise, and a growing portfolio of services, MSI helps clients to improve and enhance their corporate HR, talent management, global compensation, immigration, global mobility, and corporate global expansion programs and initiatives. This enables them to streamline their global mobility and expansion efforts, avoid and mitigate business risks, develop and retain valuable human capital, and further ensure that they meet their strategic business goals, objectives and global compliance requirements.

MSI will promote SAP solutions as part of its portfolio of global business solutions and along with its proven business methodologies, service delivery models, and advisory and consulting services. This will allow MSI to extend and expand its capabilities to deliver even greater value to its clients.

About Mobility Services International (MSI)

The Global Talent Mobility Company®

Mobility Services International (MSI) is a global business solutions company and leading provider of global talent mobility to corporations worldwide. Through the alignment of global mobility management (including global compensation and immigration), talent management capabilities and global expansion services, MSI enables companies to grow, compete, and globalize by helping them strategically develop, retain and mobilize their talent.

The leveraging of global mobility, talent management, and global expansion services has become increasingly more critical as corporations strive to successfully achieve their corporate goals and business objectives in today's competitive marketplace. MSI focuses on delivering human capital services and corporate development services that yield measurable outcomes to both the business and their employees.

MSI's highly skilled and service-oriented workforce, and tri-regional operation centers located in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific regions, allows MSI to provide a one-stop solution for talent mobility in over 190 countries and territories.

Winner of the Re:locate Magazine Award for "International Service Provider of the year 2013."

Winner of the European EMMA award for "Relocation Management Company of the Year 2013."

Top 3 Company in HRO Today Magazine's "Baker's Dozen Customer Satisfaction Ratings: Relocation - 2014"

For more information on MSI, please visit: http://www.msigbs.com

The Global Talent Mobility Company is a registered trademark of Mobility Services International LLC.

SAP and all SAP logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries.

All other product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies.

MEDIA CONTACT: Nick Royle Vice President, Marketing & Communications

Mobility Services International (MSI) +1.603.274.9100

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