SAP® has earned its position as the market leader in enterprise resource planning with its adaptive, all-encompassing application that transforms businesses into intelligent enterprises. However, its complexities and pace of innovation handicaps efforts for efficient licensing management. One of the more pressing concerns that SAP managers are facing today is the decision to migrate to the S/4HANA platform.
SAP S/4HANA is an Intelligent Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, which is offered in both cloud and on-premise deployment. It runs on SAP HANA, SAP’s in-memory database platform. The key capabilities of S/4HANA, including intelligent automation, accurate insight and prediction, and improved processes, have been the main drivers for its adoption.
As the digital core that serves as the “nerve center” of a company’s business processes, SAP S/4HANA simplifies IT and connects operations across different business units, providing business managers with key real-time information that can help them make critical decisions. It helps improve business productivity levels and cost efficiency through its simplified architecture that allows for a smaller data footprint and higher throughput. With the speed of HANA’s in-memory database platform, business users are empowered to act and make decisions immediately. Intelligent and fully integrated processes move beyond automation towards predictive suggestions, which allows for better and more effective planning.
Given these advantages, however, there have been reported hesitations among SAP users regarding the migration to S/4HANA due to its cost, complexity, and manageability. Finding solutions to bridge the management and licensing gaps before stepping into S/4HANA has also been challenging for SAP admins.
In an upcoming webinar, Open iT will be sharing the simple formula to solve and implement a successful transition to SAP S/4HANA. This important webinar aims to serve as an eye-opener in exploring one of the most important assets in the transition, tackling ideas and situations that companies could test and develop before the migration, and kickstarting a sound management scheme in going forward with SAP S/4HANA.
Reserve your seat now as the countdown for the lift-off begins today.