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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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.
This video shows how Rev-Trac automatically assists in the prevention of inadvertent and enablement of necessary parallel development via the Extended Locking capabilities.
By automating your SAP change management processes and adopting tightly controlled automation and uniform governance to your N and N+1 environment you can deliver more change, more frequently with less risk. Meaning you can respond quickly to changes in the market, eliminate conflicts between transport and maintain production stability. The results; your SAP IT team is now free to spend more time on innovation and less on fixing problems resulting from incorrect transports being migrated to production.
Managing multiple complex SAP projects without interrupting your daily business operations can be a nightmare, particularly for organizations which rely on manual change processes. Learn how CHEP adopted Rev-Trac – an automated SAP change management platform – to mitigate risks and improve efficiencies in a volatile environment.
It is essential that SAP IT teams maintain systems stability to minimise losses – in both time and money – and to satisfy constantly changing business demands. Rev-Trac Insights can help SAP IT teams to maximise systems uptime and reduce the risk of project and release delivery incidents. In this blog, I will discuss how you can better manage your SAP systems using the Landscape Management applications Matrix, WIP Window and Cold Case.
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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Following on from the previous blog, I continue looking at how businesses can master SAP change management to achieve successful outcomes during the various phases of application delivery. Here I will explore the requirement for automation, safety controls and collaboration during the build phase.
Relying on traditional, manual intensive SAP change management makes it difficult to deliver faster, better and safer SAP applications and enhancements. It also means there are less resources and time to focus on innovation which is crucial for survival in the digital age.
Achieving the outcomes promised through digital transformation is very high on every CIO’s agenda. In this webinar we look at how change control automation can make a huge difference to an SAP enterprise’s agile culture and process.
SAP is a complex environment, and the more complex your landscape, the higher the risk of business disruption. This whitepaper reveals how Rev-Trac Insights’ change intelligence can help organizations to catch problems before they become issues in production.
To realize its objectives and drive further growth, Dana recognized it needed to improve the stability of its SAP infrastructure landscape. The company acknowledged that automation of its existing SAP change processes was crucial to keeping its systems up and running. Importantly a Release Management strategy would enable it to meet increasing business demands within the ever-growing automotive parts and supply market.
In response to increasing challenges, Florida Power & Light realized that its existing change control tools – spreadsheets, manual forms and email – were no longer sufficient. Greater automation of its SAP change control processes were crucial to adapting to the growing demands.