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Superior Group improves reliability of payroll processing with SAP on the AWS cloud

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PUBLISHED: 28 March 2018


Superior Group relies on a complex SAP environment to run critical business functions, such as payroll processing, for their customers. Their SAP systems are in fact processing  thousands of entries each week and up to 20,000 transactions a day.

The company started experiencing performance and capacity issues due to their outdated on-premise hardware infrastructure. They were concerned about not processing their customers' payrolls in time, and couldn't grow as fast as they wanted to, due to being over capacity on storage. Furthermore, they wanted to improve the efficiency of their disaster recovery process.

Superior Group decided to migrate its key SAP systems to the AWS cloud in order to solve the company's performance, scalability and disaster recovery needs - engaging Monocle Systems, part of Techedge Group, as preferred partner to assist them with the migration.


  • By migrating to the AWS cloud in 13 WEEKS, Superior Group gained SIGNIFICANT PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS, running the payroll processes much faster than before
  • Thanks to AWS SCALABILITY and ELASTICITY, Superior Group can now scale up its SAP environment keeping pace with their business growth
  • A much more EFFICIENT DISASTER RECOVERY process allows the company to do failovers in minutes instead of days, granting the highest DATA PROTECTION and SECURITY
  • Thanks to the RELIABILITY of its SAP environment, Superior Group can now fully focus on providing a top service to their customers rather than on maintenance activities.


Superior Group, located in Buffalo, New York, offers staffing and consulting services to multinational enterprises. Since 1957, the company has provided staffing, recruitment, process outsourcing and direct placement services to nearly 1,000 customers across the globe.