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Dan McGrann

Dan McGrann
US Sales Director

Dan McGrann is the US Sales Director at Rev-Trac

He first joined the company in 2015 to grow Rev-Trac’s partner ecosystem and build relationships with like-minded organizations to creates strategic DevOps initiatives for SAP-using enterprises. Dan has an in-depth understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing today’s SAP IT teams, particularly in SAP change management, cross-platform integration trends and DevOps best practices.

Dan brings to the role more than 20 years’ experience in sales management in enterprise software and IT infrastructure. He works with Rev-Trac’s strategic customers to ensure they maximize the value of their investment in RSC solutions and software partnerships and gain a competitive advantage.

Dan is an avid Philadelphia team sports fan and holds a BA in Management Science from Schippensburg University and an MBA from Drexel University.

Wisdom crafted by Dan McGrann

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Why should you automate SAP change management?

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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How much does managing SAP change cost you?

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?

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How to significantly improve SAP change management outcomes

To massively improve your SAP change management outcomes, automation is critical. Rev-Trac automates the entire SAP change management process, enabling an end-to-end SAP DevOps toolchain.
Customers have been using Rev-Trac – a Revelation Software Concepts solution – for more than 20 years – to safely and efficiently deliver SAP changes for better business outcomes.

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What story does your data tell?

Data is the language of the digital age. It is the core of nearly every business decision made, providing insight into every facet of your organization. And it dominates the headlines, with regular stories about data security and privatization, data ownership, big data analytics and so on.

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Rise in Cloud-based solutions drive changes in transport management

Just before the recent SAPPHIRE conference, SAP quietly announced the “beta” availability of a new Cloud-based Transport Management System which is supposed to be similar to CTS+. Since it’s still in beta, it’s hard to determine exactly how it will work. However, SAP states that it will support a wide variety of content and many different types of target environments.

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SAP COE’s and Change Management

It’s hard to believe, but the SAP COE has been around for more than 21 years. SAP COE’s started around the same time that Rev-Trac did and it’s safe to say that they began for many of the same reasons. That is – in general – to help SAP customers reduce the cost of operations, provide a required level of governance and continually improve SAP processes.

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Preventing Unplanned SAP Production Outages

It goes without saying that unplanned SAP production outages are costly. That’s why many SAP customers spend large amounts on ensuring high availability and redundancy. Eliminating single points of failure ensure continuous up time. But those infrastructures, no matter where they exist are still subject to accidental production downtime. Whether on premise or in the cloud, SAP systems are still at risk from poorly managed SAP change activities.

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