There are good reasons to plan the transformation to S/4HANA.
On February 4th, SAP provided clarity on how to go on with the maintenance for S/4HANA, especially the ECC core applications. In summary, general maintenance for ECC will continue to be supported until 2027 providing planning security for the way ahead. However, what are the reasons for starting the transformation to S/4HANA now?
S/4HANA has been completely redesigned. This gives you access to many new functions and features that are already embedded in the digital core. This significantly improves the options to implement innovations for the business areas in a much better way than the existing landscape is capable of. Examples would be embedded real-time analysis, machine learning, customised industrial solutions and more. The solutions can be deployed on any platform such as private, public and multi-cloud.
It is important, however, to keep in mind that a transformation to S/4HANA takes time and depending on the complexity of the existing SAP landscape, several years!
Join T-Systems webinar to learn about:
- The Magenta/BLUEFIELD approach: How do you start the journey to move to S/4HANA, system landscape assessments, tailored visual plan for your move
- Proven approach to S/4HANA: What challenges you will be facing, where to start and how to manage the journey to S/4HANA
- SAP S/4HANA Value Consulting
- Consulting services for the transformation to SAP S/4HANA, BW/4HANA and Leonardo as part of a holistic architecture analysis
- SAP S/4HANA BLUEFIELD Migration
T-Systems and SNP agreed on a strategic collaboration and use of the BLUEFIELD approach. The BLUEFIELD solutions support automised S/4HANA transformations and so reduce complexity during the migration.
Speaking at this Webinar:
Marcus Flohr - Marcus is leading the program and portfolio management for S/4HANA migrations globally. Before he joined T-Systems Marcus gained a lot of experience in sales and partner management at Microsoft, Avanade and SNP over the last 25 years, in particular in SAP and ERP projects.
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