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Whether greenfield, brownfield or bluefield, transitioning to S/4 HANA can be difficult. This is widely known. There are hundreds of blogs, articles, whitepapers and even books identifying the process and expected challenges.
In a digital world, organizations need to respond quickly to business demands and customer expectations to survive. Rev-Trac enabled Valero to reduce risk and eliminate dual maintenance efforts while meeting strict timeline objectives for the transformation.
The clock is ticking for SAP customers to transition to S/4 HANA. Yet, we haven’t seen a stampede toward S/4 HANA. Indeed some organizations are still undecided or don’t have comprehensive migration plans. So, what is the current situation? Recently, several reports on SAP customer transition plans to S/4 HANA have been published. Among these…
S/4 HANA projects are huge undertakings and can be significantly riskier and more complex than many originally thought. This webinar demonstrates how you can accelerate your S/4 HANA transition with confidence and maintain business continuity.
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.
I recently read a Gartner article, “Create a Strategic Roadmap for Infrastructure and Operations Automation”. It included an excellent roadmap for organizations who are trying to justify internal IT automation projects. The roadmap accurately shows how to move from today’s mainly manual “As Is” state of operations to a highly automated “To Be” future. While…
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AGL has been at the forefront of energy innovation in Australia for over 180 years. To service the demands of its business and customers – a reported 3.6 million in 2017 – AGL’s SAP environment grew increasingly complex.
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.
Our research indicates that more than 80 per cent of all SAP enterprise application change is managed using five or fewer unique processes. The number of processes your team develops, and how many steps in each determines the cost of managing change.
The million dollar question for organizations when it comes to SAP change management is: “How much does it cost to manage our SAP technical changes?” For many SAP customers, it typically costs approximately a million dollars per year to manage SAP changes. Hard data from our customers and prospects indicates the cost to manage SAP change is usually $150-$300 per change. What does it cost you?
SAP IT teams are under increasing pressure to keep pace with relentless changes in business demands without driving costs up. This webinar demonstrates how automation accelerates SAP change and reduces the overhead costs of application development.
Maintaining and enhancing SAP enterprise applications is costly. Some costs are known such as time and resources to do the work. There are also a variety of hidden or uncalculated costs that can quickly spiral out of control. Managing transport lists and migration activities, change controls control board meeting time, process approval efforts, governance and policing, documentation, reapplication tasks and production system issues. All, if overlooked, can derail the development, enhancement and maintenance of SAP applications.