Implementing SAP S/4HANA requires the same mindset as going on a road trip: A strong vision with solid planning is the key to an efficient and painless journey. Even though you might have carefully planned every aspect of your trip, there could be shortcuts, detours, or roadblocks you will have to navigate to reach your destination.
On a road trip, you’ll want to travel with the right people who can contribute to different legs of the journey. Moving to SAP S/4HANA means you’re transitioning to a state-of-the-art system that will act as your company’s digital core for years to come. You’ll want the right colleagues and external technology providers to help you engineer the platform and achieve the innovation needed to transform your business.
In 2019, ASUG conducted research with Capgemini in early to identify the key factors related to an SAP S/4HANA transition. We talked with both ASUG members who have implemented SAP S/4HANA and those who plan to do so in the future to separate the myths from the facts. Here is what you can learn from your peers to avoid unplanned diversions in your implementation projects:
- The benefits that SAP customers are achieving after going live on SAP S/4HANA
- How SAP customers are keeping their projects on schedule
- Who is staying on budget and who is running over the limits
- What you should know about staffing your SAP S/4HANA projects