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If your organization is thinking about moving to SAP S/4HANA, in the process of planning your move, or you need buy-in, this is your chance to test it out!

As part of our ASUG Best Practices: SAP S/4HANA, we’re including an optional, members-only, hands-on training that is designed to help you explore the capabilities and get firsthand experience with SAP S/4HANA while using the live software in real time.

What is ERPsim?

ERPsim™ is a live business simulation running on a real SAP S/4HANA system. During this hands-on SAP S/4HANA simulation, you’ll see a condensed but realistic experience of critical decision-making in a real-world scenario. While participating in this simulation, you will get to:

  • Run your own business. Each team runs their own company, making key business decisions while executing multiple business transactions such as planning, sales, marketing, procurement, and finance.
  • Communicate to win. Live competition promotes an engaging, fun experience for all levels of employees, from executives to new hires, and obliges them to collaborate and communicate to get ahead.
  • Understand the end-to-end process. Participants experience the entire process from end to end, as well as the value of real-time analytics in a competitive business setting.

How does ERPsim work?

ERPsim simulations are run over periods lasting between two hours and a full day. ERPsim incorporates three main features:

  • The ERPsim experience is designed to mirror experience in the real world, making it both relevant and engaging.
  • By automating administrative functions, participants can focus on higher-order problems and decisions. It also enables them to make full use of the system’s analytics and reports.
  • Time passes quickly in ERPsim, where a minute in real time can cover a simulated day. Participants see the results of their decisions and can adjust and improve accordingly. They can also see how their decision-making process changed over the course of the simulation.

If you need more information about this training, let's talk!