SAP for Non Profits & Public Sector
Blue Marble has helped these customers focus on that they do best: research, wildlife conservation, participant development, humanitarian work, illness prevention and public health.
Blue Marble is committed to enabling non profit organizations, research institutes and foundations onto SAP solutions so they can focus on their true cause. As certified Public Sector Integrators we understand grant funding, budgetary and compliance requirements and have worked on ERP grant solutions since 1999.
* We aided the South Florida Water Management District to manage Everglades restoration projects.
* We support the Public Health Command managing wellness projects to military units around the globe.
* We ensure the Wildlife Conservation Society has real time budget controls for their sponsors.
* We enabled Johns Hopkins to manage over $1 billion per year in grant sponsored research.
* We support the United States Army end users manage all types of projects every day since 2011.
* We designed the sponsored projects solution for the University of Tennessee.
* We helped Loudoun Water to manage treatment & infrastructure capital projects that impacts 60,000 customers.
“Blue Marble re-designed our SAP Grants Management module in a way that simplified our data maintenance and derivations while expanding our capabilities and control. Brian and Casey set up grant budgeting to meet both external donor’s detailed requirements as well as provided a road map to integrate with BPC. Now we have the necessary real time budget controls, security, and sponsor reporting to roll out hundreds of our global grants. With less maintenance during the life of a grant and less reconciliation during the end of that grant’s life, WCS is able to focus more on conservation. Do it right the first time, use Blue Marble for your new SAP ERP public sector implementation.”
Director Global Finance & Grants Management
Wildlife Conservation Society
“Blue Marble Consulting played an exceptional part of the Project Systems ‘Tiger Team’ responsible for supporting The Army’s General Fund Enterprise Business System (GFEBS). Their knowledge and understanding of SAP was instrumental in the successful design and development of customized training and support materials for various Army commands supporting 50,000+ end users.”
The United States Army
SAP GFEBS Project System Functional Lead
“Zita Scozzari’s communication skills in presenting Project Systems (PS) in the classroom was very well received by all attendees. Her ability to listen to and answer questions on the use of PS within our Public Health Command business environment is impressive. Her background and knowledge of both PS and cProjects was critical to our successful implementation. She is the consummate team player and I would not hesitate to have her again as a member of our team.”
“Blue Marble’s unparalleled experience with SAP public sector solutions made a key difference in the selection of SAP and BearingPoint over a number of implementers including IBM as our system integrator. The experience and knowledge displayed by this team was a key contributor to the selection of BearingPoint to the Hopkins Project.”
Senior Associate Dean of Finance & Administration
Former SAP Finance & Sponsored Projects Team Lead
“Blue Marble Consulting delivered public sector requirements as part of the BearingPoint team including: $1.2 billion per year in sponsored research project funding using the SAP Grants Management (GM) module, leading Public Sector Integration design sessions across all teams, SAP end user security definition of 40,000 HR positions mapped to R/3, BI, SRM, & Portal end user roles and implemented Human Capital Management (HCM) Benefits. Blue Marble consultants also were instrumental in conversion data and balances strategy, testing, validation and execution of over 450 master data, open item, and balance load files for a ‘non-eventful’ go live. I highly recommend Blue Marble for their attention to detail, leadership, and expertise in SAP public sector. “
BearingPoint, Public Sector
Managing Director 2004-2008
“Kevin Kuss’ strong project management capabilities allowed him to effectively facilitate difficult discussions to reach consensus, create and manage a highly integrated project plan across multiple teams and communicate with executive sponsors. In addition, he is a public sector architect able to take ownership and provide leadership for integration, development management, testing, and cutover. He was a critical team member in the successful implementation of a Finance, Human Capital Management and Reporting system across the MSU campus.”
Michigan State University
Enterprise Business Systems Project, Project Manager