Frictionless Transformation Strategy: From Legacy ERP to S/4HANA in Record Time

Presented by

Alex Hilton, Cloud Industry Forum | Tam Ayers, Field CTO at Digibee | Madhav Kondapalli, Global Program Mgt & Tech Exec

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Enterprise software pioneer SAP turns 50 this year and its focus remains firmly on the future, as it continues to push the adoption of its next-generation ERP platform, S/4HANA. Following the announcement by SAP that all customers must shift from legacy software over to S/4HANA by 2027, business and IT leaders are moving towards this deadline with a degree of trepidation. While S/4HANA promises to enable greater digital transformation and allow companies to be more flexible and responsive to changing business requirements, embarking on a S/4HANA implementation is often a complex, time-consuming and costly process. But it doesn’t have to be… Join Episode 2 of Digibee’s Original Series Frictionless Transformation Strategy, where we will examine the business benefits and motivations for a S/4HANA migration, cover successful use cases, and explore your organization’s options as 2027 nears. Panelists will: Review common migration approaches and how to choose what is right for your business. Address the challenges many businesses face in their migration journeys to S/4HANA. Discuss the migration challenges facing companies of all sizes. Establish key steps and considerations for a successful S/4HANA migration. Why S/4HANA is not just a technical upgrade but a business transformation. And more…
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