Choose the right SAP S/4HANA strategy for your business!
Defining Your SAP S/4HANA Implementation Approach
110 pages, E-book formats: EPUB, MOBI, PDF, online
Brownfield, greenfield, hybrid, or landscape transformation? If you’re debating the best approach for your SAP S/4HANA implementation, this E-Bite is for you! Assess your organization’s goals; then evaluate its internal and external drivers, learning from how sample companies might weigh similar considerations. Finally, compare your options and pull it all together with collaborative decision-making. Set your SAP S/4HANA course confidently!
- Evaluate your brownfield and greenfield options
- Consider internal and external drivers, system readiness, and more
- Choose your approach collaboratively through workshops and assessments
Content Keywords: SAP S/4HANA, implementation approach, key drivers, system conversion, new implementation
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