The UK & Ireland SAP User Group (UKISUG) kicked off its annual conference in Birmingham this week with some survey results that will could cause some concern for SAP management.
Unsurprisingly, the theme of this year’s conference is focused on SAP’s next generation core platform for digital business, S/4 HANA. My colleagues Dennis Howlett and Jon Reed have covered the platform itself in great detail already – take a look here and here for some detailed guidance on the use case.
However, according to UKISUG, SAP has a long way to go in getting all of its customers on the path to migrating to S/4 HANA, which is its intent. Chairman of the User Group, Philip Adams, took to the stage this morning to reveal that a significant proportion of its members either have no plans to migrate to S/4 HANA – or more worryingly, haven’t even heard of it.
The survey results show that only 5% of users area already using it (perhaps unsurprising, given that the technology is only two years old), whilst 34% have said that they are planning to use it.
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