As SAP companies begin to move their data and processes to SAP S/4HANA, the migration can be a very complex affair. Depending on how many integration points and data centers involved, this complexity can increase. Companies often benefit from having a plan in place that they developed based on the experiences of others. They look to partners, such as HPE, to offer recommendations from what they have seen as successes and failures. Based on HPE's own experience moving core business processes to SAP S/4HANA, this session gives insights into how HPE and other customers consolidated many legacy data centers to few fully controlled data centers. Topics include:
- The benefits of moving to a "cloud at home" model
- An overview of the process improvements SAP customers can achieve
- Lessons learnings from organizations undergoing large SAP S/4HANA transformations
MEET THE EXPERTS
Rupert has been working for Hewlett Packard since 1994. His professional career includes over 25 years of experience in SAP engineering, presales and sales. He has held several management positions, culminating today as managing the HPE SAP Competence Center in Walldorf. He has experience in about 1000 SAP and SAP HANA implementations worldwide including HPE’s own SAP S/4HANA implementation. Rupert holds a degree in engineering from the Technical University of Munich.