Mastering master data maintenance in SAP Landscapes

Case Study Kimball Office is a US company headquartered in Jasper, Indiana. Kimball Office is a design driven, technologically savvy brand, tailoring solutions that provide better workplace, learning & healing environment for over 50 years With Kimball’s organic growth and acquisitions such as Nash, Their product mix has increased dramatically in recent years. In 2003,...

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GAINING CONTROL IN A TURBULENT WORLD: The Case for Supply Chain Control Towers

In a world of exponential complexity and constant change, the need for control is greater than ever.

In this White Paper, leading business transformation expert Sean Culey describes how companies need to develop more aligned and innovative business practices supported by cross-process tools that provide insight and understanding across the Value Chain. He describes how Control Tower functionality can help companies to create visibility, agility and of course, control.

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As an SAP R/3 ECC customer, you might have noticed that SAP has launched its new HANA database platform. And that SAP has built its new ERP package S/4HANA on that platform. And, probably, you then also have heard that SAP will stop supporting its ECC package at the end of 2027 (or end of 2030 if you decide to pay for it). In that light, several ECC customers have already switched to using S/4HANA or have decided to do so. Yet quite some customers are wondering whether and when they will make the transition to S/4HANA.

A simple Google search shows positive comments. The database is faster, a number of tables have been combined into a lesser number of tables and the possibility to create new Fiori apps keeping the software core clean is often mentioned.

You can go for a ‘technical transition’ yielding ‘a faster database’. Yet you can also go for a full swing structural improvement. Structural improvement starts with the foundation – in case or ERP this means Master Data Management. It is more work, but the value will be much higher. That’s what this paper focuses on.

This whitepaper describes the steps that one can take to get these structural improvements.


Enabling a Safe and Healthy Return to Work

View On-Demand How to ensure a safe workplace by automating the enforcement of health and safety guidelines. This time of unprecedented change has triggered a tectonic shift in the way organizations have been dealing with the health, security & safety of their workforce. Leaders are realizing that they must stop operating in silos and embrace…...

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All the Right Moves: How Vertex Eases the Tax Risks of SAP S/4HANA Migrations


As companies migrate from SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA, they will need to consider the impact on the different parts of the organization to ensure a successful implementation. Finance, tax, and IT teams need to work collaboratively to identify the requirements, scope, and cost of the transition to set the proper expectations on how the change(s) will impact the rest of the business. When overseeing the S/4HANA migration, it is vital to communicate early and often with key stakeholders to successfully navigate the implementation process.  In this white paper, learn about best practices used around your tax solution in your SAP S/4HANA migration.

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