The shortest and most efficient way to a new software generation like S/4Hana is via shutdown legacy systems.[shutterstock: 481744414, hafakot]
Reducing complexity is solving the Gordian knot of the digital era. The problem is still overwhelming for many companies. [hutterstock: 50093458, Mny-Jhee]
A unfified strategy for data management helps GE protect their intellectual property. However, GE also manages to significantly reduce IT operating costs. [shutterstock: 304896716, VTT Studio]
GDPR brings legacy systems to the attention of data protection officers - technically as well as financially. [shutterstock: 413733049, Santi S]
The timer has finally run out. Today on May 25th, the transitional period for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has ended. However, the technical and organizational measures necessary to fully comply with the requirements of the regulation still appear to be slow to find their way onto the priority list of IT managers.
With over 25 old ERP systems out of comission, Japanese brewery giant Asahi is achieving lasting reductions in IT operating costs. [shutterstock: 263923439,somsak nitimongkolchai]
Asahi, the Japanese brewery group, is shutting down 25 old systems in Central and Eastern Europe, thereby making a lasting reduction to its running costs for access to legacy data.
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Mail order pharmacy giant Zur Rose has found a short path to S/4 while dealing with a complex set of regulatory requirements. [shutterstock: 547342309, Africa Studio]
SAP customers know: ultimately all paths lead to SAP S/4 Hana. But which path is the fastest and simplest? The Zur Rose Group of Switzerland knows the short-cut – shutting down legacy systems.
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