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Revitas Flex 7.6 Achieves SAP Certification as Powered by SAP NetWeaver®

Today Revitas announced that Revitas™ Flex™ 7.6 has achieved SAP certification as powered by the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform. Revitas has been offering solutions in support of SAP® applications for nearly 15 years, completing implementations that integrate Revitas’s Enterprise Revenue Dynamics (ERD) solutions with SAP solutions to offer essential contracting and pricing functions that help organizations optimize revenue, halt margin erosion, and support compliance initiatives. Revitas’s ERD solutions complement and extend SAP software to support organizations that must navigate deep contracting, pricing, and compliance scenarios with automation and unparalleled transparency.

“We are pleased to announce the successful certification of Revitas Flex 7.6 with the latest version of SAP NetWeaver,” said Al Smith, President and COO at Revitas. “In a larger sense, it represents our commitment to growing and supporting the integration of Revitas with all ERP and CRM systems. By adding pricing and contracting solutions to existing systems, we enable our customers to gain the greatest value from their existing investments while enhancing their capacity to maximize revenue and avoid risk.”

Comprehensively integrating the Revitas applications with enterprise solutions from SAP and other vendors makes use of connectors built between the platforms, allowing Revitas software to send and retrieve data from existing systems. This allows organizations to monitor and manage crucial contract and pricing scenarios using Revitas’s suite, while keeping their environment as their system of financial recordkeeping. Organizations running SAP solutions can gain further insight and analysis into revenue management, as well as safeguard compliance through the use of the Revitas platform.

For more information on Revitas Flex and how to further maximize the value of investing in ERP systems, visit

About Revitas

Revitas, the leader in Enterprise Revenue Dynamics, delivers integrated solutions for contracts, pricing, and compliance that drive higher profitability and lower risk. Revitas empowers companies to optimize contract performance by defining, managing, and analyzing complex, multi-tier pricing incentives and enables positive proof of compliance with commercial, financial, and industry requirements. Powered by the secure, scalable, and standards-based Flex™ platform, Revitas™ applications speed time to market and improve visibility across B2B relationships. Hundreds of organizations across the most highly regulated and challenging industries leverage Revitas integrated solutions to save money, make money, and reduce risk. For details, visit or

The SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that Revitas Flex 7.6 can be successfully deployed on the J2EE-based engine of the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment (SAP NetWeaver CE) 7.3 offering via the integration scenario JAVA-EE-NW 7.3 deployment certification.

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