The Journey to SAP S/4HANA: Technical Perspectives
We are often asked by our clients to assist them interpret the various roadmap materials that describe the options available to realise the journey to SAP S/4HANA. Each company has their own starting position on that journey and each company will make that journey at their own pace and, metaphorically speaking, with their own waypoints along the way.
As a consultancy we are spending increasing amounts of our time providing a viewpoint from a trusted third-party to our customers as they look to firm up on their future path to deploying SAP S/4HANA.
For some companies the journey from SAP ERP to SAP S/4HANA may take place in one step, for others it will be a series of steps undertaken over a period of years. That journey for each company will be influenced by perceived benefit, budget, appetite for change, business need and wider IT strategies.
In this Guide we focus on the IT perspective which will give you a sense of the main general technical considerations for the journey to SAP S/4HANA. Download the "Journey to S/4HANA. TheTechnical Perspectives" Guide at the bottom of this page for more information and a full list of questions and answers of what you will need to consider. You can also contact us for a chat at email@example.com or by filling the Make an Enquiry form on this page.
> How would your current landscape fit when the time to upgrade or re-implement comes?
It is important to check the readiness of your landscape before you start planning implementations and upgrade.
> What would be the starting point for you and your system?
When we talk about the journey to SAP S/4HANA the first thing we need to consider is the starting point for that journey; i.e. what SAP ERP release, Enhancement Package and database platform are the SAP ERP systems in question currently running on.
Read more and review the helpful diagrams illustrating about the starting point considerations and the next steps in the complete guide available for download below.
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