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The energy sector has been waiting patiently for the new generation of SAP solutions. [shutterstock: 145644622, Goodmorning3am]

The energy sector has been waiting patiently for the new generation of SAP solutions. [shutterstock: 145644622, Goodmorning3am]

S/4 for the Energy Sector

The energy companies are waiting excitedly. Starting in 2018, SAP also wants to service the energy sector using S/4. An energy supplier’s IT tasks are extremely diverse now. They are about digitizing business processes and business models. Smart-meter roll-out and smart-meter gateway are also being put into effect.

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You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]

You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]

Review: SAP S4/Hana Cloud: Use Cases, Functionality and Extensibility

Cloud has really taken off over the past five years. Companies once exclusively utilized on-premise software and business platforms to meet its needs. Advances in technology have now allowed software as a service and platform as a service options to become an economical and lucrative alternative.

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Many SAP customers have invested a lot of money into their core ERP systems over the years and should now look to maximize the value from the investment. [shutterstock: 526379770, Vintage Tone]

Many SAP customers have invested a lot of money into their core ERP systems over the years and should now look to maximize the value from the investment. [shutterstock: 526379770, Vintage Tone]

Maximizing Value from Your SAP Business Suite Investments

Over a period of years, you’ve likely invested millions in an SAP platform that today is robust, stable and core to running your business.

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The survey showed that the majority of licensees are taking a two-soeed approach. [Shutterstock: 576985972, one photo]

The survey showed that the majority of licensees are taking a two-soeed approach. [Shutterstock: 576985972, one photo]

Survey Finds Majority of SAP Licensees Not Committed to Moving to S/4

Respondents cite hybrid IT as a preferred strategy for leveraging current robust ECC release as foundational system of record; More than 50 percent of respondents estimate S/4 reimplementation costs between $10 and $100 million

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The study conducted by Rimini Street in April 2017 finds that 89 per cent of respondents plan to continue running their prooven ERP. [shutterstock: 595730921, Doidam 10]

The study conducted by Rimini Street in April 2017 finds that 89 per cent of respondents plan to continue running their prooven ERP. [shutterstock: 595730921, Doidam 10]

SAP Licensees Plan to Continue to Run Their Proven ERP

Most SAP licensees plan to continue running their proven, SAP ERP releases given its rich functionality that more than meets their business needs without the cost, disruption and risk of migrating to S/4Hana.

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