How to Successfully Move to S/4 HANA
S/4 HANA is the project on everyone’s mind. With the push to S/4 HANA, SAP is set to replace their current SAP ERP software by 2025.
There are many reasons an S/4 Project may fail; that could range from not doing the pre-configuration correctly to not properly training your employees. There are many ways that you can at least set the path towards a successful implementation, one of which includes the utilization of SAP Focused Build. With our help, your project is sure to be a success. Click here to ask us how.
The main aspects of the migration towards a successful S/4 project utilizing SAP Focused Build include:
TAKE ADVANTAGE, with SAP Focused Build, there are many preconfigured solutions that you can implement instantly. Another advantage is that information will flow from one phase to the next without any media breaks. This creates no media loss between phases and a clear-cut milestone from role-to-role. Every sign off is also documented increasing your compliance. The neat thing about SAP Focused Build is that the content is then recycled throughout the software lifecycle, preventing any integration gaps that may appear.
Adoption of Application Lifecycle Management (ALM):
Focused Build i s based on an Agile methodology making it more flexible with Requirements-to-Deploy moving into Operations. SAP Focused Build does this through the pre-configured turn key solutions. Read our blog on ALM here.
Prepare your People:
One of the biggest issues is getting the full company on-boarded into the platform. For a successful S/4 project, there needs to be pre-planning. SAP Focused Build being implemented, along with CoreALM’s guidance and training allows for a greater adoption of S/4 and allows for everyone to be prepared before S/4 HANA is in place.
With the automated project status information, there is a clear visibility of your resources, scope, changes, issues, and risks, as well as transparent and automated reporting.
Do a POC:
A benefit of partnering with CoreALM, is that we can provide you with a Proof of Concept (POC) for you initial project. By adopting a POC, you are able to get into the environment and test out how it will work for you and how everything will run. This is a huge benefit before you roll out any project, as you can see how it will run and if your company will truly benefit from the implementation. Set a meeting with us to learn more.