Chain Manufacturer

Brought into a failing SAP project. After identifying the issues the team worked with the steering committee to formulate a recovery plan. Personnel were replaced/re-assigned within the project team and measures implemented to control and measure, project progress.


The multi-million £, “greenfield site” project was delivered to the agreed revised date and covered wall-to-wall SAP modules including FI/CO/SD/MM/PP/WM/PLM/HR. 

Global leader in modern marketing solutions

Completed the simultaneous deployment of SAP to 3 marketing companies, encompassing 850 new users. Key element of the project was the change management, involving managing local agency client expectations and engaging with senior stakeholders, including CEO’s.

University Press

Remit was to manage the implementation of multiple sites, in the US and UK for the CRM and SD elements of the program, whilst supporting the business-as-usual work stream as they set up the SAP Centre of Expertise. The cut-over covered over 120 interfaces, 30 legacy systems and SAP components, including; ECC, CRM, PI, PO, BI and OpenText. Stakeholder management and planning were key to the success of the multiple go-lives.


US implementation were delivered in November 2015 and the UK go-live at the beginning of 2017. Key to the success of the go-lives was the introduction of release management to combine program and BAU release, in a multi-track SAP environment.

City Council


Advised on the as-is SAP platform and to identify the infrastructure refresh options that would support a 5 year plan. Following sign-off from the board, it was agreed that the entire SAP platform would be refreshed. A team was formed to create a detailed SAP Technical roadmap, 


Red Tribe managed the RFP exercise to re-platform the SAP landscape, which included; ERP, BI (BO & BW), Portals, PI, a migration to HANA, Unicode conversion and database migrations (Oracle to Linux).

Even though quality cannot be defined, you know what quality is.

Robert M. Pirsig