A question of architecture: The migration to S/4 Hana depends heavily on the application landscape. [shutterstock: 136656359, ArtisticPhoto]
You might like this latest book release from the SAP Community. [shutterstock: 532904239, jakkaje808]
The journey from SAP beginner to SAP professional can be long and arduous, full of wrong turns and misleading directions. SAP Press’ new guide serves as an introduction and is here to keep you on the right path.
Despite migration projects making slow progress in many companies, there are ways that companies can already benefit from the S/4 migration. Theres also a few things SAP can do to push adoption rate. [shutterstock: 730296668, NicoElNino]
The migration to SAP S/4Hana is making slow progress in many companies. The reason is obvious: responsible managers are often missing clearly defined business cases that can be realized quickly. But only few are aware that there is one area where significant savings can be made rather soon: Reporting.
If handled correctly, data is the treasure and most valuable input that companies own in the digital revolution. [shutterstock: 60638618, Fer Gregory]
When it comes to data, a picture often comes to my mind lately: the image of a person sitting on the beach, looking across the vast sea to the next island in the distance and not noticing the gold treasure beneath his feet in the sand.
A uniform SQL interface between Hana and blockchain is key to ensure process integration. [shutterstock: 597769856, Panchenko Vladimir]
Relying on blockchain for certain specific business processes makes sense. SAP supports companies from various industries with blockchain services. Hana and Linux are great examples for being blockchain compatible.
Thomas Reuters facilitates access to price and reference data, in particular for foreign exchange data. [shutterstock: 1034047960, oekka.k]
SAP announced the expansion of its strategic partnership with Thomson Reuters to simplify converting cross-border transaction prices into a single currency, no matter where or when the transaction happens.