An SAP S/4HANA migration can feel like walking a tightrope. It is challenging enough to carry your standard SAP ECC functionality from one side to another. When you also are juggling your customizations and connected third-party applications, it’s more likely that you might misstep. It’s no wonder that companies are taking slow, cautious steps toward SAP S/4HANA.
In 2019, ASUG partnered with Tricentis on a study of SAP customers to determine the status of SAP S/4HANA migrations and identify related challenges. Our research indicated that ASUG members expect to overhaul their business processes when adopting SAP S/4HANA. But it also exposed the fact that SAP customers’ migration strategies may not be capitalizing on the opportunity to clean up custom code or to automate key processes that will help them streamline future upgrades.
In this white paper, we walk you through a few simple steps you can take to add guardrails to your migration strategy through advanced automated testing practices. You’ll also learn how these practices can help prepare you now for future technology upgrades.