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Safely release with our Release Management

Watch to learn how SAP change releases are moved safely from development through to production with Rev-Trac’s release management. This video provides insight into how a Rev-Trac release containing multiple Rev-Trac requests, upon approval, can be migrated as a single unit of work to production at a scheduled time.

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S/4HANA Migration

The clock is ticking for organization to migrate to S/4 HANA. Whatever transition path you choose, shifting to S/4 HANA is a massive project that can have a considerable impact on your day-to-day operations.

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How to accelerate your S/4 HANA transition and eliminate risk

Did you know – according to reports – 50% of SAP customers are planning to transition to S/4 HANA over the next few years? Yet, shifting to S/4 HANA is a massive undertaking and significantly riskier and more complex than originally thought. So, how can you accelerate your S/4 HANA transition with confidence and maintain…

Rev-Trac 8.1 Platinum: get on the fast track to DevOps success

The benefits of SAP DevOps initiatives are well documented. Top of the list is massive improvements in speed and volume of SAP change with substantially reduced risk.Yet, pursuing an SAP DevOps strategy can be difficult for companies and SAP IT teams. Traditional SAP application development processes relied heavily on slow, old-fashioned manual tasks – many still in use today – and suffered from costly production outages.This is why we developed Rev-Trac – to eliminate error-prone manual tasks and replace them with automated and consistent processes to accelerate SAP application development without breaking production.

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How to manage SAP change across an N and N+1 landscape

This whitepaper provides a high-level overview of a range of change control challenges specific to N and N+1 landscapes and details the benefits of automated SAP change management. Rev-Trac incorporates functionalities specifically developed to overcome the unique challenges faced in managing projects or releases in more complex environments.

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The SAP change management journey – transform release management

Today, in the final blog of the SAP change management journey series, I look at the critical elements to achieve successful outcomes during the deploy phase of SAP application delivery. Here I will discuss the importance for the control of, and visibility into multiple SAP changes as your organization prepares for production deployment.
In order to master SAP change management, SAP IT teams need to deliver more change, more frequently with less risk. Making it essential to leverage tools for assessing readiness and quality of changes with predictable outcomes for release deployment to production. This ensures the quality of the build is consistent across all phases of the delivery process.

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Back to basics: Five types of SAP Changes

Did you know that on average, five change workflows account for well over 80% of SAP change activity? That means SAP IT teams are highly standardized on a small number of workflows, enabling them to process larger volumes of change, at a higher velocity and quality, with fewer resources.

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Back to basics: Five types of SAP Changes

Did you know that on average, five change workflows account for well over 80% of SAP change activity? That means SAP IT teams are highly standardized on a small number of workflows, enabling them to process larger volumes of change, at a higher velocity and quality, with fewer resources. When these relatively small number of…