Bramasol, a Leader in Consulting Services for SAP® Revenue Accounting and Reporting, Participates in the Latest SAP Innovation in Revenue Recognition

Bramasol, Co-Innovation Partner with SAP on Revenue Accounting,

Wins Key Opportunities to Coach Customers in the SAP Ramp-Up Program

Santa Clara, CA – February 12, 2015 – Bramasol, a leader in consulting services for the SAP® Revenue Accounting and Reporting application, today announced that it has taken on coaching roles at key clients throughout the U.S. As a partner in co-innovation and key participant in the SAP Ramp-Up program for SAP Revenue Accounting and Reporting, Bramasol is working with the Professional Services organization at SAP as the ramp-up coach on key accounts across the US.

With the need to comply with both existing and updated standards for revenue recognition, companies are preparing to ensure that their business processes and infrastructure can be productive and compliant. SAP and Bramasol are collaborating to support key customers as they tackle their current and future revenue recognition challenges using SAP Revenue Accounting and Reporting.

In May 2014, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued the new International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS 15 / ASU 2014-09, ASC 606), which specifies the accounting guidance for revenue recognition. The new standard becomes effective January 1, 2017 in countries adhering to U.S. GAAP and to IFRS.  It will impact companies in every industry in countries around the world.

“Bramasol has a long history of working closely with SAP on the latest innovations, including cloud computing and SAP HANA. This is just another way we do that,” said Dave Fellers, CEO of Bramasol. “We are excited to partner so closely with SAP, and expect to bring tremendous value and thought leadership to our clients in the area of revenue recognition. The SAP Ramp-Up program is a great way for our clients to get ahead of the curve.”

“As part of the SAP Ramp-Up program, Bramasol has been a great partner in providing skilled expertise in implementing SAP Revenue Accounting and Reporting for our customers,” said Pete Graham, Director, Finance Solutions and Mobility at SAP.

Bramasol has engaged with over a dozen companies in High Tech, Software, and Manufacturing in partnership with SAP, leveraging their SAP- certified experts in SAP Revenue Accounting and Reporting to help guide companies to compliance with upcoming standards.

About Bramasol, Inc.
Bramasol delivers business solutions for mid- to large-size companies throughout the western U.S. as an SAP gold channel partner. The company specializes in developing, selling, implementing and supporting SAP software within five core industries: high-tech software; high-tech OEM; discrete manufacturing; telco, wireless, and internet services; and sports and venue management. Product expertise spans solutions including SAP Business Suite, SAP Business All-in-One, SAP BusinessObjects™ Business Intelligence solutions, SAP cloud solutions including SAP Business ByDesign®, the SAP HANA® platform and mobile solutions. With a strong history with SAP and a focus on SAP solutions, Bramasol began as one of SAP’s first channel partners in 1996 and continues to drive thought leadership and innovation today in support of the latest SAP technologies. The Bramasol team believes every business has the right to excel. The company offers high-quality consulting and support services to help customers solve their toughest challenges using products from SAP, the world leader in enterprise software and software-related services (by revenue).. http://www.bramasol.com/

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For more information contact:
Neeraj Dharia
VP Business Development & Revenue Accounting
ndharia@bramasol.com
John Froelich
VP Strategic Accounts
jfroelich@bramasol.com