ERP implementation has changed. And for those companies facing the 2027 maintenance deadline for SAP ECC 6, that is good news. In today’s cloud-first, ‘adopt not adapt model, there are no more white boards. No more consultants offering to customise software to meet any business need. And no more long drawn implementations – followed by expensive and disruptive upgrades and a complete loss of commitment to using technology to accelerate change.
Investing in ERP is the obvious step, providing a single, end-to-end solution that can transform productivity, cost control and competitive position – but how can SME F&B manufacturers attain ERP quickly, effectively and at an affordable price point?
Latest Logpoint poll reveals business critical applications such as SAP are going unmonitored. The poll reveals the need for these applications to be brought under the remit of cybersecurity to reduce risk and protect the vital data assets these systems access.
Too many of the country’s SME manufacturing businesses still lag behind when it comes to end-to-end automation and technology adoption. Most have achieved pockets of innovation, both on the shop floor and within administrative functions such as finance and sales. Yet there is a continued disconnect between business areas that is compromising agility and responsiveness as inflationary pressures, as well as global supply chain disruption, start to take their toll.
The company delivers new vulnerability management offering to help resource-constrained organizations combat increasing attacks on mission-critical SAP applications
Gero Decker, General Manager SAP Business Process Intelligence & Co-founder of Signavio, discusses why benchmarking, coupled with Digital Twin Organization (DTO), is integral to successful digital transformation and improving customer experience.
The last 18 months of remote working has ushered in a wave of worker empowerment and transformed the way we think about where and when services are delivered. Henrik Smedberg, Head of Intelligent Spend at SAP looks at how this shift presents an opportunity for HR and Procurement professionals to maximize the potential of external talent, including an analysis of how software solutions can be a core component of total talent management.
Tony Harris, Global Vice President, Business Network Solutions, SAP, discusses the need for organizations to move beyond the traditional, linear supply chain model, and instead turn to digital supply chain networks.
io2 volumes running on next-generation Block Express architecture deliver the first storage area network (SAN) built for the cloud to meet the performance requirements of customers’ most I/O-intensive, business-critical applications.
At its global SAPPHIRE NOW conference, SAP SE announced a bold vision to create new business communities able to improve business outcomes, better navigate changing economic and geopolitical conditions and enhance sustainability contributions.
Cloud-enabled services uplift and accelerate RISE with SAP implementations for faster time to value