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SAP might have to slow down on the road to Hana: Many customers are not ready yet. [shutterstock: 578129887, TutuIonatan]

SAP might have to slow down on the road to Hana: Many customers are not ready yet. [shutterstock: 578129887, TutuIonatan]

SAP Is Taking Pleasure In Speeding On The Road To Hana

SAP has a long-known character flaw: impatience. The very moment a new idea is thought of, existing SAP customers are expected to pay for licenses. Corrections and troubleshooting only happen once the idea has already been put into practice.

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Is your digital transformation strategy on track? Or are you as lost as SAP? [shutterstock: 1072524815, CHOKCHAI POOMICHAIYA]

Is your digital transformation strategy on track? Or are you as lost as SAP? [shutterstock: 1072524815, CHOKCHAI POOMICHAIYA]

SAP’s Digital Transformation Strategy Is Not On Track

The overall opinion of SAP customers and partners alike can be summarized in one sentence: Cloud and Fiori are nice, but nothing more. Most IT departments are happy if their existing SAP landscape works at all.

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Although Hasso Plattner is trying to bring his customers to the digital age, digital transformation and SAP might be a mismatch. [shutterstock: 205584193, Lori Werhane]

Although Hasso Plattner is trying to bring his customers to the digital age, digital transformation and SAP might be a mismatch. [shutterstock: 205584193, Lori Werhane]

SAP And Digital Transformation: Mismatch?

Hasso Plattner wants his customers to arrive in the age of digital transformation. The opinions of what’s innovative and what’s digital diverge greatly.

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SAP's SolMan is comparable to a Swiss Army Knife. However, this universally usable IT tool might not be enough.[shutterstock: 712523383, Maxop-Plus]

SAP's SolMan is comparable to a Swiss Army Knife. However, this universally usable IT tool might not be enough.[shutterstock: 712523383, Maxop-Plus]

SolMan Is Not Enough

The SAP Solution Manager is simultaneously loved and hated. For ERP/ECC 6.0 and partly S/4, SAP‘s coercive measure is comparable to a 'Swiss army knife‘. However, the universally usable IT tool is not enough.

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The pricing strategy of SAP is constantly irritating customers. It is very complex, and might also not be in compliance with the law. [shutterstock: 348388718, Wright Studio]

The pricing strategy of SAP is constantly irritating customers. It is very complex, and might also not be in compliance with the law. [shutterstock: 348388718, Wright Studio]

Licensing: Stop Beating Around The Bush

For years, SAP’s licensing policy has been constantly irritating customers and partners. The pricing strategies of SAP are complex and often leave room for interpretation, leading to uncertainty and conflicts. Especially Indirect Access divides SAP and its customers and business partners.

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