Managing and mastering SAP change control management allows you to maximize the business value from your SAP solutions. Automating manual processes creates efficiencies while increasing system stability, freeing up developer time and significantly reducing the risk of system downtime. Fully integrated, change control automation supports SAP agile/DevOps adoption enabling you to update and improve SAP applications faster and more effectively. Managing and mastering SAP change control will allow you to get the most out of your SAP solution and keep ahead of your competitors.
Download ‘Master SAP change control’ and find out how to:
Overcome human error in SAP change control
Transform SAP change control processes to better manage SAP solutions
Maximize ROI on SAP investment and innovate faster
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