SaaS Implementation

Mission critical, accomplished

Today’s off-the-shelf cloud software as a service solutions are increasingly more capable, configurable, and scalable. Our understanding of your unique business realities can help you unlock the potential of those products and use it to your advantage.

ERP, EMR, CRM, and more

Chances are good that there’s a cloud software as a service solution on the market today that will serve your core back-office needs. Many of those products offer the potential not just to move your data and processes to cloud, but also to positively, relentlessly transform your way of doing business.

When it comes to serving key functions such as accounting, human resources, administration, and supply chain management, the selection and implementation of cloud software solutions can be a major differentiator for your company. It’s vital that it be a positive differentiator. If you start with the wrong product, you may wind up spending more time and money customizing and deploying it than you would have spent building it from scratch. Understanding how to make a commercial off-the-shelf SaaS solution fit the realities of your business demands experience and insight not only about the products, but also about your strategic priorities, organizational dynamics, and market context.

A global leader in SAP Services based on strategy and current offering.

— Forrester1

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Deloitte can deliver the whole package

That's where Deloitte comes in. Our cloud implementation teams have planned and executed programs for clients across industries and around the globe. We've built dedicated practices that know how to effectively implement cloud computing offerings from Netsuite, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP, Workday, and more.

As we orchestrate the selection, deployment, and optimization of your cloud solution, we look again at each process and every person that it impacts—with an eye toward identifying opportunities to help you improve operations, spur innovation, and establish an agile digital culture across your organization. In short, we can help you get off-the-charts value from your off-the-shelf solutions.

Our cloud SaaS implementation offering is provided across four capabilities:

Enterprise resource planning: Operating model, business process, and technology design / implementation to support the adoption of cloud SAP, Oracle Cloud, NetSuite, or Workday financial and supply chain solutions.

Customer relationship management: Operating model and technology design / implementation to support the adoption of off-premise Salesforce or Oracle customer cloud solutions.

Human resources transformation: Human capital business model and technology design / implementation services to support the adoption of cloud technologies such as Workday, SAP, or Oracle Cloud.

Other SaaS domains: Business process and technology design and implementation to support the adoption of enterprise cloud applications across a wide set of functions including e-commerce, content management, billing, and more.

A leader in Oracle services based on strategy and current offering.

— Forrester2

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Get to the future faster

Deloitte amplifies value through your SaaS implementation

  • Our technology–agnostic approach combined with our strong package vendor relationships mean we can provide detailed insight and objective guidance at every step on your cloud computing implementation journey.
  • We have dedicated practices for every major enterprise solution on the market, staffed by advisors and engineers with significant downstream vendor experience.
  • Our breadth and depth of technical, industry, and business knowledge enable us to orchestrate solutions that solve challenges faster and help you outpace change.
  • If clients no longer wish to manage their own technology infrastructures or cloud environments, we can migrate them to cloud managed services platforms.

SaaS Implementation is one component of Deloitte’s end-to-end cloud services. For more insights and information across the cloud journey, please visit

The largest Workday services provider based on headcount.

— Gartner3

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HR cloud: A launch pad, not a destination

Cloud-based systems have not been a panacea for HR—but then, they were never intended to be. Instead, they can give organizations a solid foundation for integrating the explosion of new tools that HR software vendors are now developing.

Read the latest insights and analysis on Cloud computing technologies on Wall Street Journal's CIO JournalCFO Journal,and CMO Journal.

1 Source: Forrester Research, Forrester Wave™: Services Providers for Next-Generation SAP Products, Q1 2016, Liz Herbert, March 17, 2016.

2 Source: Forrester Research, Forrester Wave™: Services Providers for Next-Gen Oracle Application Projects, Q3 2016, Liz Herbert with Christopher Andrews, 6 September, 2016.

3 Source: Gartner, Market Guide for Workday Service Providers, Susan Tan, Frances Karamouzis, Dean Blackmore, 19 November, 2015.

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John is a former cattle farmer now focused on stewarding the strategy, investment, growth, and impact of all of our sustainability oriented offerings across Deloitte Consulting in the US. John spent t... More