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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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Security is the main dirving factor behind deploying the new OS by the end of 2017. [shutterstock: 580430338, garagestock]

Security is the main dirving factor behind deploying the new OS by the end of 2017. [shutterstock: 580430338, garagestock]

Survey Shows 85% Will Start Windows 10 Deployment By End Of 2017

Migration to Windows 10 is expected to be faster than previous operating system (OS) adoption, according to a survey by Gartner. The survey showed that 85 per cent of organisations will have started Windows 10 deployments by the end of 2017.

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Gartner asked leading CEOs what their priorities are for 2017. [shutterstock: 522481756, garagestock]

Gartner asked leading CEOs what their priorities are for 2017. [shutterstock: 522481756, garagestock]

42 Per Cent of CEOs Have Begun Digital Business Transformation

An unsettled global political environment has not shifted CEOs' focus on profits and growth in 2017. Growth is the No. 1 business priority for 58 per cent of CEOs, according to a recent survey of 388 CEOs by Gartner, Inc. This is up from 42 per cent in 2016.

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IT budgets are seeing an increase while Business Suite is still relevant. [shutterstock: 302007509, SFIO CRACHO]

IT budgets are seeing an increase while Business Suite is still relevant. [shutterstock: 302007509, SFIO CRACHO]

DSAG: Business Suite Still Relevant to Most Members

The results of the 2017 DSAG investment survey reveal that over 60 percent of the budgets of the members of the German-speaking SAP User Group (DSAG) surveyed is being spent on digitalization. Companies in the trade and services sectors are investing in new business models the most. More work needs to be done to explain S/4 to members and convince them of its benefits. A third of respondents will have switched from Business Suite within the next three years. The remaining two thirds are still undecided or are biding their time.

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