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Support for SRM in SAP will end in 2025. However, S/4Hana and Ariba offer a solution. [shutterstock: 417294322, cybrain]

Support for SRM in SAP will end in 2025. However, S/4Hana and Ariba offer a solution. [shutterstock: 417294322, cybrain]

What The End Of SRM Means For SAP Users

Support for SAP SRM expires in 2025. As a result, companies have to re-map their complex purchasing processes, some of which have been built up over many years. The solution: S/4 Hana and SAP Ariba - in combination.

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Everything you need to know about how Germany is handling the future with SAP Hana. [shutterstock: 507187489, dencg]

Everything you need to know about how Germany is handling the future with SAP Hana. [shutterstock: 507187489, dencg]

ISG Provider Lens: SAP Hana Services

If you consider a company’s stock price as an indicator of the viability of announced products, SAP Hana will certainly contribute further to ensure the success of the German company. In February 2015, when S/4Hana was announced, the SAP share price was less than 55 EUR and has increased since then continuously to more than 90 EUR when this study was published. ISG's Provider Lens offers a unique insight into Germany's SAP Hana Services market. The following article is the executive summary for the complete study.

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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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