According to SAP APJ, SAP HANA is an in-memory data platform that lets you accelerate business processes, deliver more business intelligence, and simplify your IT environment. SAP HANA also removes the burden of maintaining separate legacy systems and siloed data, so you can run live and make better business decisions in the new digital economy. Now that we are speaking of business, we are going to know more about how SAP HANA creates value in business.
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To start, Dirk Van Der Merwe will tell us about creating value for your business with SAP or S/4HANA.
Create value for your business with SAP or S/4HANA
The launch of SAP Business Suite 4 SAP HANA (SAP S/4HANA) has meant that SAP’s customers must take a leap of faith. SAP, which emphasized the benefits of the new suite, has given customers insights into how the next generation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) system will meet their business demands. Using SAP S/4HANA, organizations can reduce the complications of their SAP landscapes with the streamlined, centralized suite running on the in-memory SAP HANA platform. Yes, this may look good at face value, but how will organizations benefit from adopting this new ERP system?
The IT fraternity realizes the potential of S/4HANA as a driving force for a reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) relying on the savings from leaner databases and the simplifications, consolidation, and speed opportunities. But from a business point of view, the question is: Read more here.
Discussed above is how organizations get real value by implementing S/4HANA. In addition, there are also pieces of information about HCL creating a value-based program to offer organizations an outcome-based and non-disruptive journey to S/4HANA. Next up, Hasso Plattner is going to tell us about understanding the business benefits of SAP S/4HANA better.
How to Understand the Business Benefits of SAP S/4HANA Better
The annual user group meetings in Germany, the U.S. and the UK/Ireland showed that many midsize and smaller companies still have difficulties to see the benefits of SAP S/4HANA for their business. There is nothing wrong with having other priorities than to convert to SAP S/4HANA, but lack of information or even wrong facts about it shouldn’t be the reason.
Some said they would like to see more examples by other customers of their size. Right, but there is the problem: while the large organizations have already embarked on the SAP S/4HANA journey at large scale, their projects will take time. Most of them want to take the opportunity the reevaluate their customer extensions to the suite in order to reduce the cost of maintenance in the future and to streamline their business processes. On the other hand are net new customers, who are attracted by the technical superiority of the product and the lower cost of ownership, but they might not be members of the user groups yet. Read more here.
One of the reasons why companies choose SAP S/4HANA is because of its completeness. Financials, sales and logistics are available and most of the industry specific solutions will follow soon and these will help for the wealth of a business. Next up, SAP Data Center will now tell us about the value of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud.
The Value of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud
The business environment is changing fast. Speed is a competitive, strategic weapon, and companies are driving constant and uncompromising change into their business to expand, grow markets, develop new products, and so on.
For many years IT has been struggling to manage and trade off the impact of ever-increasing IT complexity with the growing expectations of the business. Demands for faster, bigger, and more flexible conflicted with the risk of ‘breaking’ something in an IT landscape that became increasingly more fragile with each new change.
To address these seemingly conflicting priorities and drivers, CIOs are examining ways to reinvent their operations and drive business value by: Read more here.
So given above are actually five benefits of SAP HANA. These include and involve fast deployment, continuous innovation, low risk, free-up resources, and they support change. Focusing on change, they respond faster to the business’ need to innovate, change and deploy new systems. This is important because flexibility is a useful characteristic of one business. SAP HANA provides a lot of benefits for a business, so you could now decide whether to avail of it or not.