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According to a Gartner study, SAP is lagging behind its migration from ECC to S/4HANA. “This is their last chance”, said analyst Ilona Hansen.

SAP ECC is a popular on-premises ERP system. Gartner estimates that 70 percent of SAP’s customers depend on the solution. That’s a problem, as ECC will no longer receive official support from 2027 onwards.

SAP wants customers to migrate to S/4HANA, a more modern platform. According to Gartner, migration is lagging behind. “There is little evidence of the acceleration of migrations that would be needed to meet SAP’s 2027 target to terminate mainstream maintenance for ECC”, the researchers share in the new report.

Gartner suspects that SAP is aware of the delay. The researchers expect the support deadline to be extended to 2030. According to Gartner, customers using ECC in 2027 can count on support until 2030 for a premium of two percent per year.

SAP tells a different story. CEO Christian Klein shared that S/4HANA is growing at a phenomenal rate in the most recent quarterly report. In contrast, customers tell Gartner that the available licenses are unclear, which could explain the delay.

“Many options exist, but the strong positioning of RISE with SAP by account executives obscures other S/4HANA licensing options such as S/4HANA On-Premise Edition”, the researchers say.

RISE with SAP is one of the initiatives with which SAP hopes to migrate customers from ECC to S/4HANA. Customers pay for a single service that includes the software, hosting and consultancy needed to make the move.

RISE with SAP ultimately leads to the cloud. Should you want to migrate from ECC to S/4HANA while staying on-premises, RISE with SAP isn’t always optimal. A S/4HANA On-premises Edition license may be more suitable, but too few customers are aware of the option, Gartner said.

“Every good thing takes time”, added Ilona Hansen, SAP analyst at Gartner. “S/4HANA has been around for seven years in the market and it hasn’t done significantly well. In the last 18 months, with RISE, there’s a lot of movement coming now, so supply them a little more time, but this is their last chance.”

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Killexams : SAPinsider Report Suggests Creating Additional Value in SAP Environments With Decision Intelligence

SAP Expert Highlights the Performance and Integrated Functionality of the Pyramid Decision Intelligence Platform in SAP Environments

LONDON & NEW YORK & TEL AVIV, Israel, July 12, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pyramid Analytics (Pyramid) is identified as a leading Decision Intelligence platform provider in the SAP technology landscape. A new SAPinsider Technology Insight report, Creating Value Through Decision Intelligence in SAP Landscape, finds that Decision Intelligence has the capabilities to overcome challenges associated with using legacy business intelligence tools in an SAP environment. SAPinsider comprises the largest and fastest growing SAP membership group worldwide, with more than 500,000 members across 205 countries. The free report provides specific recommendations for SAP professionals.

Key Points:

  • Increasing business complexity requires more than business intelligence (BI) can deliver.

  • Decision Intelligence fills the voids that exist in legacy BI tools, putting the power of analytics into the hands of both business and technical users.

  • Organizations want solutions that can help them leverage the immense value of data in S/4HANA and other SAP data sources to make intelligence decisions.

  • Download Creating Value Through Decision Intelligence in SAP Landscape.

  • Join us at SAPinsider 2022 in Las Vegas. Register with our discount code: PYRAMIDVIP.

Data integration is underlined in the SAPinsider report as a crucial aspect of the Pyramid Decision Intelligence Platform. The Pyramid Platform serves as a point of integration: pulling data from various sources, allowing businesses to create a single source of truth within the enterprise. This seamless integration with other business-critical applications is an imperative in the SAP technology landscape.

Decision Intelligence is the Next Big Data Analytics Innovation

The next major innovation in analytics is Artificial Intelligence (AI). Applying AI across Data Prep, Business Analytics, and Data Science is what separates Decision Intelligence from traditional business intelligence tools such as Microsoft Power BI, Qlik, and Tableau. AI lowers the skills barrier by automating the highly technical work needed to prepare and analyze data and create and share reports and dashboards.

The Pyramid Decision Intelligence Platform delivers data-driven insights for anyone to make faster, more intelligent decisions. The Pyramid Platform provides instant access to any data, enables automated governed self-service for any person, and serves any analytics need, from the simple to the sophisticated. By uniquely combining Data Prep, Business Analytics, and Data Science with AI guidance in a single environment, the Pyramid Platform reduces cost and complexity while accelerating growth and innovation. This enables a strategic, organization-wide approach to Business Intelligence and Analytics.

Complete, Unified Decision Intelligence

Only the Pyramid Decision Intelligence Platform unifies Data Preparation, Business Analytics, and Data Science on a single, integrated platform. This eliminates the need to use multiple disparate tools and the associated license cost and management complexity. Lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), rapid rollout, quicker and direct access to all available data, and industry-leading user adoption means faster time to value. The Pyramid Decision Intelligence Platform can be deployed on-premises, into a private or public cloud, embedded into other apps or delivered through Managed Services Providers (MSP).


Dave Henry, Senior VP of Strategic Alliances, Pyramid Analytics: "Decision Intelligence really combines the best of traditional enterprise analytic platforms with a more modern approach. The goal is ultimately to help people use all relevant data to make better decisions, achieve faster outcomes, troubleshoot problems, and capitalize on opportunities to drive innovation.

"We see a desire for comprehensive analytics using data from multiple systems. We help with that while also improving everyday use of SAP. Through Pyramid, we can bring what we feel is a world-class experience to SAP while extending this experience to modern cloud data warehouses such as Redshift and Snowflake."

Kumar Singh, Research Director, SAPinsider: "What makes Pyramid’s platform comprehensive and places it in the category of Decision Intelligence is that it covers the entire analytics pipeline and enables features like self-service data discovery and collaboration, allowing users of all skill levels to work independently and as teams. Platforms like Pyramid’s help extract maximum value from SAP investments and can help act as a ‘single source of truth’ by tapping into disparate data sources and enhancing collaboration, building a data-driven culture.

"Analytics needs to be a powerful aid in decision-making to create a truly data-driven enterprise. For this to happen, it needs to be leveraged by users with all levels of expertise to make data-driven decisions in their day-to-day work."

About Pyramid Analytics

Pyramid is what’s next in analytics. Our unified decision intelligence platform delivers insights for anyone to make faster, more intelligent decisions. The Pyramid Decision Intelligence Platform provides direct access to any data, enables governed self-service for any person, and serves any analytics need in a no-code environment. The Pyramid Platform uniquely combines Data Prep, Business Analytics, and Data Science in a single environment with AI guidance, reducing cost and complexity while accelerating growth and innovation. The Pyramid Platform enables a strategic, organization-wide approach to Business Intelligence and Analytics, from the simple to the sophisticated. Schedule a demo.

Pyramid Analytics is incorporated in Amsterdam and has regional headquarters in global innovation and business centers, including London, New York City, and Tel-Aviv. Our team lives worldwide because geography should not be a barrier to talent and opportunity. Investors include H.I.G. Growth Partners, Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), Sequoia Capital, and Viola Growth. Learn more at Pyramid Analytics.

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Killexams : Ultimo enhances efficiency and speeds up order processing with SAP S/4HANA integration

Ultimo’s Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) platform is now integrated with SAP S/4HANA, the leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. This brings the benefits of two best-of-breed solutions together to help Ultimo’s customers using SAP Improve work efficiency, speed up order processing and reduce administrative tasks, and SAP users futureproof their maintenance operation. The integration has been certified by SAP, confirming that Ultimo’s technical capabilities match the high requirements of the SAP S/4HANA software.

The certification currently covers 25 scenarios in Ultimo. Starting with importing and synchronising various master data, such as vendors and articles, the integration focuses on purchasing processes, including purchase requisitions, purchase orders, receipts and invoicing. Customers who use Ultimo to manage their asset maintenance and SAP S/4HANA for resourcing will now be able to seamlessly share data between the systems. Maintenance and asset information is logged in Ultimo, and any related requests for spare part orders can be raised through SAP.

The purchasing process is significantly simplified, with receipts registered in Ultimo and invoicing and payment managed in SAP. This eliminates the need for duplication of records and switching between systems, reducing the risk of manual errors and improving productivity.

“The new certified SAP S/4HANA integration simplifies order management for the maintenance teams and guarantees a sound administration for the finance team,” says Ewout Noordermeer, CMO, Ultimo. “Now, technicians don’t need to be familiar with SAP to process orders; they can do it in Ultimo with the same interface they use every day, while the CFO can trust the financial data to be correct and complete. That improves efficiency on a daily basis, but the benefits extend beyond enhancing the ease of use - this integration paves the way for a cloud-enabled future. By integrating our software with other leading technologies, we take our collaboration to the next level. Using our best-of-breed approach, we help customers accelerate their digitalisation journey and futureproof their maintenance operation."

As Ultimo is highly configurable, the integration with SAP S/4HANA is always tailored to individual customer requirements, including a bespoke interface. Ultimo consultants will work with customers to discuss their requirements and make any adjustments needed to optimise the functionalities for each application.

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Killexams : Who's in the running to deliver Three Waters ERP platforms?
Watercare's Mangere water treatment plant.

Watercare's Mangere water treatment plant.

Credit: Auckland Council

The government's controversial Three Waters reforms are advancing and so is scoping of ICT systems to support the planned four regional water authorities.

As revealed by Reseller News last week, potential ERP platforms are high on the agenda and could cost up to $500 million.

A scan of what's in use at the country's four largest existing water authorities seems likely to deliver a potential short list of providers, but we should remember that only one of these, Auckland's Watercare, was mentioned by name during a recent hearing before Parliament's governance and administration committee.

"If you have visited Watercare, you will have seen how integral it is to ensure that the backroom functions in the technology, data, information, intelligence space are core to delivering efficient water-service delivery," Minister of local government Nanaia Mahuta told the committee. 

Watercare, the largest of 67 water utilities serving 1.4 million people, in recent years extensively adopted and configured cloud-based utility systems from US-based Infor. In 2019, it won a global award for its efforts, topping the public sector category in the Customer Excellence Awards at Inforum, Infor’s annual global forum.

By that stage, Watercare had tackled a full digital transformation with Infor, affecting roughly 60 per cent of business processes.

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