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Pharma Firm Drives 80% Improvement in Speed with SAP on Google Cloud

FFF Enterprises is a leading supplier of critical-care biopharmaceuticals, plasma products, and vaccines. Their passion for patient safety and product efficacy drives their mission of Helping Healthcare Care.

For FFF Enterprises if they have to focus on ERP infrastructure, that takes away from getting products to patents. Learn why FFF Enterprises chose to deploy SAP on Google Cloud and drove an 80% improvement in speed for their SAP environment at a lower cost.

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