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North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
Europe (U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Central & Eastern Europe, CIS)
Asia Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, ASEAN, India, Rest of Asia Pacific)
Latin America (Brazil, Rest of Latin America)
The Middle East and Africa (Turkey, GCC, Rest of the Middle East and Africa)
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Global SAP Application Services Market summary
Market Competition in terms of Manufacturers
Economic Impact on the Industry
Market Analysis by Application
Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
Industrial Chain, Raw material sourcing strategy and Downstream Buyers
Production, Revenue (Value) by geographical segmentation
Marketing Strategy comprehension, Distributors and Traders
Global SAP Application Services Market Forecast
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SAP has been beating the drum for some time now with its “RISE with SAP”. We were particularly curious to see whether that message is getting through to customers and what SAP now exactly means with RISE. The goal of RISE is that you can grow your organization by using SAP solutions, where S/4HANA is the best of suite platform. But can the company deliver on that promise?
We spent a week at SAP Sapphire in Orlando, where we immersed ourselves in the world of SAP, doing multiple interviews with SAP executives, talking to customers, talking to partners and doing the research to find out where SAP is moving with RISE with SAP.
SAP has a broad product portfolio, from cloud ERP (S/4HANA), HCM and CRM to supply chain management and procurement. However, the fact is that ERP is still the most important SAP product, which also holds the most potential. To strengthen S/4HANA, SAP has built or purchased various solutions around it. The RISE with SAP story focuses entirely on S/4HANA supplemented with additional tools.
During Sapphire, we couldn’t ignore that SAP is moving towards a platform strategy, creating a “best of suite” offering around S/4HANA. In doing so, SAP is moving in the same direction as Microsoft, Salesforce and ServiceNow. It doesn’t seem to want to communicate this yet, or it simply doesn’t dare. Instead, they keep shouting “RISE with SAP”. That doesn’t help customers get a clear picture. studying between the lines, it is clear that people at SAP also have trouble with this slogan. We heard comments from various corners that say that SAP should call it by its name: “Cloud ERP as a service”, or if you want to position it more broadly, “Cloud ERP platform as a service”. “RISE with SAP” comes across to us as a somewhat bloated meaningless slogan, which SAP should not continue to use for too long. It doesn’t add anything and ultimately creates more confusion than clarity.
If we zoom in deeper on that “best of suite” approach. Then we see that SAP is putting the S/4HANA ERP solution at the center. To strengthen the suite offering, SAP has purchased two solutions that add value. These are a Business Process Intelligence solution and a solution for no-code development.
The Process Intelligence solution is provided by SAP Signavio, a company that SAP acquired in early 2021. With Signavio, you can do process mining, among other things, to get visibility and make your business processes transparent, but also to automate them and make them more efficient. For companies that have a lot of business processes, this can be very useful. Process mining can save a lot of money, but it also helps to meet governance and compliance requirements better because you have better insight into your processes, making everything more transparent.
We mentioned it earlier, a form of no-code development; this falls under the SAP Business Technology Platform at SAP. For this purpose, SAP has acquired the company AppGyver. AppGyver allows the creation of simple applications via a drag-and-drop interface. For example, forms for quickly modifying or adding data. Or to display data from an ERP system in a slightly different way. SAP has already presented the first integrations of AppGyver in S/4HANA.
For companies that want to go a step further, SAP also has a low-code solution, this is the SAP Business Application Studio. The Business Application Studio allows you to build SAP applications and extensions that use the SAP Cloud Application Programming Model. In other words, you can use it to build extensions on top of existing SAP applications.
Of course, based on available documentation, you can also build integrations with SAP in any programming language of your choice. The fact is, however, that low-code and no-code increase the speed of application development and firmly lower the threshold for building something. In that respect, investing in no-code and low-code is a good strategy.
To make this best of suite even more attractive, SAP is now paying more attention to its ISV partners (independent software vendors). They develop applications on top of S/4HANA, for example. They add valuable functionality, which can be in the form of features, but also complete solutions that use the reliable HANA database and back-end. Examples are the integration with Icertis for contract management, which delivers a complete contract management solution. Or what about PriceFX, they provide a feature to price your product more accurately.
However, this focus on ISVs has been developed in the last three years. In the meantime, SAP has signed up some 1,800 partners for the SAP Store, but at the same time, there is still a long way to go. SAP wants 8 out of 10 applications to come from partners rather than SAP itself. To make the SAP Store more attractive, it has decided to adjust the revenue distribution. Previously SAP wanted 50 percent of the revenue generated in the SAP Store, now SAP takes 15 percent for the Integration Tier and 25 percent for the Platform Tier. In theory, anyone can become an ISV partner of SAP, but the company still applies an extensive approval process.
To Boost the offering, SAP has now divided some 80 people into industry teams, whose task is to enhance the offering in the SAP Store for their specific industry. SAP has a lot of specific industry knowledge in-house because it has been in business for many years. The company should therefore be able to make the overall package more attractive for specific industries quickly. Whether it will succeed in doing so remains to be seen.
If you look at what is happening in enterprise IT, you see that one trend is precisely to do a lot of collaborating. Your worst enemy can become your best friend. All solutions must be able to work well together. At SAP, however, we still see some traditional thinking that gets in the way of this. The company has invested heavily in the SAP Store offering to enable better collaboration with, for example, Microsoft Teams and other Microsoft products. An integration with Slack, on the other hand, is out of the question, as Salesforce currently owns it. During an interview at Sapphire, we noted the following quote: “Slack is not an option, due to Salesforce acquisition”.
From this perspective, SAP will not encourage integrations with Salesforce or Tableau in the SAP Store. Salesforce is seen as a major competitor. That’s a traditional mindset that SAP needs to eradicate because it doesn’t benefit the customer. Suppose a customer has decided to choose Slack as an internal communication and collaboration tool. In that case, it should be able to work together with SAP just as well as Microsoft Teams can.
We also see this mindset when looking at opportunities to roll out SAP S/4HANA. You can roll out SAP S/4HANA cloud to your own data centre, AWS, Azure, Google Cloud or Alibaba. However, if your organization has chosen Oracle Cloud or IBM Cloud, SAP will block your deployment. This is absolutely not allowed and will never be an option, so we were told. We understand that the Oracle Cloud is at the bottom of the list if you’re SAP, but as long as you support S/4HANA on-premise, you better tell customers that any location is possible, including the Oracle Cloud.
SAP currently has over 19,000 S/4HANA customers, of which over 1,600 have been added through the RISE with SAP program since the beginning of 2021. Those customers also have access to Signavio, Appgyver and other tools. SAP already manages around 56,000 workloads in the cloud with an uptime of 99.98%. SAP has established a good track record as an “as a service” provider.
It also became clear that SAP is signing up most S/4HANA customers through ECC migrations. These customers are running an old version of SAP ECC and have to migrate before 2027. Official support for SAP ECC expires in 2027, although customers can extend it for years for an additional fee. At least until 2030, possibly even 2035.
SAP ECC is SAP’s legacy on-premises ERP product. With SAP ECC, the trend was to build modifications in the source code to make the ERP system better fit the customer’s needs. A huge disadvantage of this practice is that you cannot upgrade to newer versions easily because you will lose those customizations. The market has solved this with the so-called fit-to-standard principle. Companies must let their business processes run via standard procedures that the ERP system supports. Additional customization also remains possible through extensions and modular software that can be built on top of the ERP system and that hooks up to the APIs of an ERP system. S/4HANA has been developed according to this principle. You have the S/4HANA ERP system, and you have separate applications that interact with it or modular blocks that become accessible within the ERP package. This is possible by using the available APIs and SDKs.
So the key to success for SAP’s strategy with this best of suite platform approach lies in its ability to extend, link and integrate S/4HANA with other applications and solutions. To do this well, you need APIs, an application programming interface, which is a way for applications to communicate with each other in the background. With APIs, third-party applications can communicate with the SAP platform and exchange data. Of course, after permission and authentication have taken place first.
At the time of writing, S/4HANA has 585 APIs, and the SAP Business platform has over 450. So there are plenty of opportunities to link with SAP software. SAP customers have told us many times that it is complex to integrate with SAP because the data model and the APIs are pretty complicated. This was a big hurdle for potential ISVs. Our discussions with SAP made it clear that they also received this signal and developed the SAP BTP, the SAP Business Technology Platform. This includes the low-code and no-code solutions but also an iPaaS solution, SAP BTP Integration Suite. This has made it much easier to integrate your own software with SAP.
In addition, SAP has introduced a so-called One Domain Model. The One Domain Model allows you to use APIs to communicate with SAP uniformly, where data can be exchanged with different SAP applications using the same model. You no longer need to have a separate API set for each application. The integration between SAP applications is also a lot easier.
For companies that especially want a lot of access to data in SAP, but do not need to modify it so much, there is now the possibility to use the SAP Data Warehouse Cloud. In the SAP Data Warehouse Cloud you can bring together data from SAP solutions and data from third parties. So that you can then make it available for data science models, think machine learning and AI or analytics solutions to create better insights.
SAP’s strategy is clear if you can read between the lines or just got to this article. If you’ve been walking around on SAP Sapphire, then, unfortunately, it’s a lot less clear. As far as we are concerned, SAP should clearly outline which direction it is moving in and stop using slogans that cause confusion.
SAP is more or less reinventing itself. For years it has been pushing S/4HANA, now more as-a-service with all kinds of additional services, so it is starting to become a large platform with all kinds of applications around it and on top of it. As a result, it’s beginning to look more and more like a best-of-suite approach. However, some things could be better or are still challenging for SAP.
To start with, the offer in the SAP Store. That still leaves something to be desired, the adoption of the applications falls short. We hope that the 80 people who are now working on adding industry-specific applications or persuading partners to add them will be very successful. This is where SAP really lags behind the competition.
Furthermore, SAP would do well to invest heavily in low-code and no-code capabilities so that customers will make a greater contribution to building modular extensions. For this, SAP will also need to rig up more training courses and events to educate customers in no-code and low-code development.
Finally, SAP must abandon traditional competitive thinking and embrace anything and everything. If you want to play a central role as a platform, you cannot ignore top-rated solutions because a competitor owns them.
If SAP wants to offer the largest and most complete best-of-suite platform, it will need to add more SAP solutions. Also, SAP Ariba, SAP Concur, SAP SuccessFactors, and SAP CRM should all become part of that suite. With a complete best-of-suite platform, customers can do a broad SAP platform integration.
You also see this at Salesforce and Microsoft; many products are included by default within the subscription. Of course, there are still options to further scale up specific solutions at extra cost, but the primary offering should be broader and more solid.
The trend today in IT is also simplicity. A product can be very advanced, but the interface the user is presented with must be simple. As far as we are concerned, this also applies to the product portfolio. It must be clear, and customers must be able to quickly see what they are getting. As far as we are concerned, SAP could still be a bit clearer about the SAP Business Technology Platform and the SAP Business Process Intelligence package. What does it includes, and what can customers do with it?
If SAP can do all that, then Europe’s largest tech company can compete even more effectively with its mostly American competitors.
All-encompassing systems that manage inventory, procurement, manufacturing, orders, projects, human resources and other core capabilities for companies, enterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms continue to expand right along with their customers’ needs. They’ve come a long way since manufacturers started using them to manage inventory in the 1960s, and were officially named “ERPs” by Gartner in the 1990s.
Fast-forward to 2022 and ERP software capabilities include all of the above plus supply chain, logistics, product lifecycle, risk and maintenance management (to name a few). And if a certain capability doesn’t come “built into” the ERP, there are always application programming interfaces (APIs) available to connect the two and create a unified platform that shares the same data, insights and capabilities.
With the exact spate of supply chain disruptions, transportation snarls and labor shortages creating a bigger need for supply chain management (SCM) functionalities, ERP vendors have responded by bolstering their offerings in this realm. Concurrently, the best-of-breed SCM vendors have stepped up to the plate and refined their offerings, added new functionalities and even made them easier to connect to outside applications.
On track to hit $78.4 billion in revenues by 2026—up from $38.8 billion in 2018—the global ERP market is being driven by a greater need for operational efficiency and transparency in business processes, increased use of Cloud and mobile applications, and high demand for data-driven decision-making.
Increased demand from small- to mid-sized businesses plus the ongoing technological advancements on the part of vendors are also accelerating the adoption rates of these multi-faceted software platforms.
Now squarely in their third year of a global pandemic, shippers of all sizes and across all industry sectors are investing in technology to help them address current challenges and begin to plan for the future.
Those with ERPs in place are enabling more functionalities—many of them related to SCM—while others are implementing platforms that help them work smarter, better, and faster in an uncertain business environment.
“In general, there’s definitely more of a focus on supply chain than there has been in the past. It’s at the forefront of everybody’s mind right now and will likely stay there for at least the next few years,” says Bill Brooks, VP, NA transportation portfolio at Capgemeini. In response to these needs, he says both the ERPs and the best-of-breed SCM vendors are investing in more digitalization, Cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), digital twins, analytics and other advanced technologies that converge to help shippers develop smooth-running, end-to-end supply chains.
For now at least, Brooks sees plenty of room in the marketplace both for broader-reaching ERP vendors and more specialized best-of-breed software developers. They both continue to invest in their platforms and serve their respective markets, he adds.
“Everyone has their preferences as to what type of software they want,” says Brooks, “and those preferences probably aren’t changing in the short-term.”
As companies continue to work out their current inventory, labor, and transportation issues, more attention is being paid to the warehouses and distribution centers (DCs) that receive and stock goods and then ship orders. With more customers demanding ultra-fast shipping and eMarketer expecting another 14.8% increase in U.S. retail e-commerce sales this year, warehouse management systems (WMS) have been getting more attention and investment, both on the part of shippers and ERP vendors.
“The ERPs are starting to see WMS as an application area that’s worth pushing further,” says Clint Reiser, director of supply chain research at ARC Advisory Group. In some cases, ERP vendors are developing and then offering WMS to their current customers or “install” bases. In other examples, they’re selling the SCM application to customers that are outside of their install bases.
“This holds true with Oracle and possibly SAP as well,” says Reiser, who adds that Oracle has recently signed on customers for its Cloud-based WMS and then had those users also adopt its Cloud transportation management (TMS) platform. “In the past, it’s almost exclusively been TMS first and then WMS as an add-on,” he points out.
Overall, Reiser says WMS is becoming a “higher priority” for ERP vendors like Infor, Oracle and SAP. He points to the pandemic-related challenges plus the rise in e-commerce with driving at least some of this interest. “The WMS application area may be getting more emphasis from the vendors because of its greater interest out in the market,” he explains, “due to e-commerce, the COVID-related disruptions and shortages, and the broader supply chain crises.”
Roll the clock back about 10 years and Reiser remembers that many of the best-of-breed SCM vendors were in the early stages of building out their platforms, with JDA working on its “Supply Chain Process Platform” and Manhattan Associates introducing its SCALE offering. Other vendors followed suit.
As technology advanced, the introduction of microservices—software made up of small, independent services that use APIs to communicate with one another—further enabled integration capabilities in the Cloud. This evolution facilitated the exchange of information between adjacent applications like TMS, WMS, distributed order management (DOM) and others.
Ultimately, these advancements gave best-of-breed SCM vendors the power they needed to be able to create more integrated, end-to-end processes. No longer just “standalone” applications, these SCM solutions could now work in tandem with other best-of-breed applications and/or with larger enterprise solutions. Borrowing a term from the business strategy sector, Reiser says this helped best-of-breed vendors construct “moats” around their applications.
“[Microservices] help specialty software vendors keep others off of their turf and solidify their place in the [market],” says Reiser, who sees the use of microservices in SCM continuing. “Now, some of them are using microservices to build up their solutions with a common database that allows them to compete on the basis of end-to-end supply chain unification.”
Looking around at the ERP space, Dwight Klappich says vendors operating in it have matured their supply chain capabilities, warehousing, transportation and other components in order to address the basic needs of a high percentage of their customers.
“For companies that don’t have the most complex or sophisticated needs, ERP supply chain solutions are well worth consideration,” says Klappich, senior director, supply chain research at Gartner, Inc. “In most cases, if you’re committed to an ERP platform like Oracle, SAP or Microsoft, you probably should shortlist your ERP vendor.
Shippers that need more robust software capabilities would be wise to broaden that scope and add best-of-breed solutions to those shortlists. “There’s a market out there for best-of-breed solutions,” says Klappich, “and room for both the ERPs and the specialty SCM vendors.” For example, he says Gartner’s 2022 Magic Quadrant for WMS is dominated by six vendors, three of which are ERPs (SAP, Oracle, and Infor) and the other three are supply chain suites (Blue Yonder, Manhattan, and Korber).
In some cases, Klappich says the ERPs have an advantage because they can invest in new functionalities that can be effectively leveraged across the entire software suite. This creates economies of scale on the research and development (R&D) front, where ERPs that invest in SCM can then leverage those advancements across their entire platforms.
Take analytics, for example. According to Klappich, Oracle, SAP and Infor have all invested in robust analytics platforms that can be used across all of their applications. Specialty vendors, on the other hand, either have to try to replicate that investment or partner/integrate with a third party application provider that does offer those capabilities.
Right now, Klappich says the ERP and best-of-breed vendors share an important goal of improving the user experience. He points to Oracle’s introduction of the Redwood Design System in 2020 as one example of this. Redwood is the new Oracle standard for application look and feel, and was implemented company-wide to help unify the user interface of all of the company’s product offerings.
“Some of it is aesthetics, but as a whole Redwood takes into account how to Boost productivity by streamlining the user experience,” says Klappich, “and by factoring in things like conversational voice capabilities and embedded search.” He adds that best-of-breed SCM vendors are taking a similar approach with the goal of improving the user experience, staying out in front of the ERPs, and further protecting their turf.
Looking ahead, Brooks sees the ERPs continuing to build out their SCM offerings in an attempt to “jump over” the best-of-breed vendors. He also sees the best-of-breeds solidifying their positions in the market by staying nimble and innovative.
“At this point, I don’t see either one of those getting a leg up on the other,” says Brooks, “but I do expect more integrations across different software platforms/vendors plus the continued use of microservices and digitalization to create even more seamless flow that we’ve seen in the past.”August 8, 2022
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OutSystems, a global leader in high-performance application development, announced it is now an official member of the SAP PartnerEdge program, with a Build focus, underscoring its commitment to providing high-value low-code to businesses using SAP solutions.
While twice as many OutSystems customers connect to SAP technologies as any other system of record, the new relationship will make it even easier for additional businesses within the SAP ecosystem to discover and connect with OutSystems.
Through participation in the SAP PartnerEdge program, OutSystems is able to integrate its offering with SAP solutions. The SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that the OutSystems Platform (OutSystems 11) integrates with SAP S/4HANA and SAP NetWeaver using standard integration technologies.
The relationship makes it easier for businesses to interoperate with SAP S/4HANA by building new customer experiences, critical customization and application development capabilities, innovative customer and partner portals, and smooth enterprise system migration, according to the vendors.
Integration with SAP technologies is one of the most common use cases for OutSystems customers as they look for solutions to unlock business innovation, team productivity, and investments in SAP offerings.
“Enterprise teams face significant pressure to deliver sustainable business results, which means more applications, at faster speed, with peak performance, and this is what our integration with SAP solutions is doing for companies today,” said Paulo Rosado, founder and CEO of OutSystems. “It’s now easier for enterprises to activate their investments in SAP technologies by building business-critical apps that help Boost operations, customer experiences, processes and migrations to SAP S/4HANA. Our high-performance low-code solution gives customers the power to develop, test, and scale applications with less time and expense, creating opportunities for continuous innovation.”
OutSystems customers can leverage free, pre-built code components and integrations, including ones built specifically for SAP solutions, in the OutSystems Forge—the company’s open source repository of reusable, open code modules, connectors, UI components, and business solutions that help speed app delivery.
New Forge offerings include a UI theme pack for SAP Fiori to help customers integrate visually with other SAP applications.
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Speakers hail from major cloud providers, application software companies, and high availability luminaries
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SIOS Technology Corp., an industry leader in application high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR), today announced key speakers at the second annual Cloud Availability Symposium, the industry’s only event dedicated to High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) for Critical Applications in the cloud. The free, virtual event will take place Tuesday, September 27, 2022 and Wednesday, September 28, 2022 and will include sessions by experts at cloud providers including AWS, Google, Microsoft and across SQL Server, SAP and Oracle environments. The Symposium is split into two half-day tracks. Day 1 is dedicated to SAP/Linux and Day 2 is focused on SQL Server/Windows.
“SIOS Cloud Availability Symposium is a global virtual cloud conference for IT professionals focusing on the availability needs of the enterprise IT customer that shares insights about the fundamentals of availability in the cloud and the latest developments in application and database protection. Presenters will deliver the information on application high availability clustering, disaster recovery, and protecting critical applications,” said Margaret Hoagland, Vice President, Marketing, SIOS Technology.
The live, virtual conference will feature keynotes and technical sessions from technology leaders and consultants including:
Evren Buyruk, a Senior Microsoft Azure Solution Architect who specializes in SAP on Azure Implementations as a part of the Microsoft Partner Success Team.
Melody Zacharias, a Sr. Microsoft Solutions Manager, Microsoft MVP, is a respected technology leader, who has co-written several books on data including SQLServer 2019 Administration.
Allan Hirt, a SQL Server mission critical expert and author Allan is a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management and Data Platform MVP and a VMware vExpert.
Bobby Jagdev, an independent SAP Technical Lead and Architect who has been pivotal to the success of several technology-enabled SAP transformation programs.
Joey D’Antoni, a Senior Consultant and Microsoft Data Platform MVP with over 20 years of experience working in both Fortune 500 and smaller firms.
Dave Bermingham, a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP, and SIOS Technology Corp Director of Customer Success, recognized within the technology community as a high availability expert.
Mike Walsh, SQL Server Consultant and Microsoft MVP with over a decade of experience in mentoring clients design the right Systems or High Availability architectures.
Representative, Featured Symposium Sessions, include:
Panel: Maintaining and Optimizing Performance in High Availability Environments
There are many factors that can impact application performance, but there are strategies to implement to minimize downtime issues that disrupt day-to-day operations. Whether essential applications are running in physical, virtual, cloud or hybrid cloud, managing complex, modern applications can be complicated, expensive and sometimes a frustrating effort. Attend the panel discussion with top cloud, datacenter and SQL professionals: Melody Zacharias, Allan Hirt, Joey D'Antoni, Mike Walsh and Dave Bermingham, as they cover best practices, frequently asked questions, and common mistakes in maintaining and optimizing performance in High Availability environments.
A Day in the Life: SAP Architect
Enterprises that run SAP, rely heavily on their SAP investment. From running production lines to sales, distribution, finance and much more. Naturally the dependency on uptime in today’s emerging digital world is becoming greater. How does an organization go about developing, designing and implementing highly available SAP solutions? Join Bobby Jagdev, as he guides attendees through a typical day of solution design with customers. From shaping requirements, to solution design, product selection and finally helping to structure end-to-end architectures. In this session, Bobby will also touch on how the future of data centers will evolve, and how pivotal High Availability may become for data center solutions of the future.
Building a SQL Server FCI in the Public Cloud: Storage Options
Deploying a SQL Server Failover Cluster Instance (FCI) in the public cloud will require some shared storage - and depending on the cloud selection, options may vary. But how do you know what combinations are best suited for each environment - and how do IT professionals decide? In this session, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP, Dave Bermingham, will compare and walk through configuration storage options across, AWS, Azure and Google Cloud for price, performance and reliability.
Handling Single Points of Failure - SAP High Availability
Chances are, if a business has SAP ERP systems, their availability is essential to business operations. They cannot risk unplanned downtime and planned maintenance needs to be seamless. Moving SAP workloads to the cloud can help - but can also add additional complexity. This session will cover how to understand your cloud availability SLAs, options to maintain SAP availability in the cloud, how to ensure best practices for HA and disaster recovery of SAP and SAP HANA.
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About SIOS Technology Corp.
SIOS Technology Corp. high availability and disaster recovery solutions ensure availability and eliminate data loss for critical Windows and Linux applications operating across physical, virtual, cloud, and hybrid cloud environments. SIOS clustering software is essential for any IT infrastructure with applications requiring a high degree of resiliency, ensuring uptime without sacrificing performance or data - protecting businesses from local failures and regional outages, planned and unplanned. Founded in 1999, SIOS Technology Corp. (https://us.sios.com) is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with offices worldwide.
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Only a minority of companies who are either current SAP customers, or plan to become SAP ERP users, have completed their migration to the company’s S/4HANA system, even though support for its ECC on-premises suite will end in 2030, according to a report from digital transformation services provider LeanIX.
Just 12% of current and intended SAP ERP users responding to a LeanIX survey have completed the transition to S/4HANA, SAP’s cloud-based ERP suite that runs on the HANA in-memory database. The survey polled 100 enterprise architects, IT managers and other IT practitioners across US and Europe.
Another 12% of those surveyed said they intend to migrate, but have postponed the start of their S/4HANA transformation, and 74% of enterprises that were polled are just at the evaluation and planning phase of their ERP transformation journey, LeanIX reports.
SAP introduced S/4HANA in 2015, expecting its existing base of 35,000 customers (as estimated by Gartner) to convert to the new ERP system.
However, SAP’s own earnings disclosure show that S/4HANA has been attracting more new users rather than existing SAP ERP customers. In the last quarter of 2021, about half of all S/4HANA were new users, and for the last two quarters, 60% of S/4HANA users were new SAP customers.
Almost 66% of respondents to the LeanIX survey said that alignment, especially among IT teams, is the biggest challenge when it comes to S/4HANA mirgation.
“This may be due to the size of internal SAP teams: In 63% of the companies, these teams are often made up by more than 50 people,” the report reads.
Further, it states that only very few SAP teams work closely with enterprise architects, who can provide clarity about complex ERP landscapes and their dependencies within the whole software environment in an enterprise.
Only 33% of respondents termed the collaboration between the SAP and enterprise architecture teams in their enterprise as close, and 22% of respondents said that there is no collaboration between the teams at all.
Out of all of the enterprise architects surveyed, only 38% feel sufficiently involved with a transformation project, the report shows.
And due to the lack of collaboration with enterprise architecture teams, almost 50% of respondents say that they see both the definition of the target architecture or roadmap and the identification of dependencies between ERP systems and the surrounding software landscape as challenging for SAP S/4HANA migration.
When asked about the level of transparency into these landscapes, only 20% of respondents said they always have a comprehensive overview or can achieve it in under one month, with 47% of respondents saying that they would need more than three months to provide an overview of all applications and systems, including all ERP solutions and dependencies, used by an enterprise.
Despite time for support for SAP ECC coming to an end, there is still uncertainty over the time needed for an enterprise to move to S/4HANA, according to the report.
While Gartner estimates or prescribes a three-to-five-year period as ideal for S/4HANA transition, almost 36% of respondents said that it could take more than three years, followed by 33% respondents estimating that it would take less than two years to upgrade.
However, when asked if the time currently planned for S/4HANA transition would be enough, 37% of respondents say that they would not be able to give an estimate, with 29% saying that they have not adhered to the time planned and overshot it.
Only 33% of respondents estimate that they will be able to complete the ERP transformation according to their planned schedule, the report shows.
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WALTHAM, MA, UNITED STATES, August 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com / -- invenioLSI announced today that its Content Financials 1.0 solution is certified by SAP for integration with SAP S/4HANA®.
“We look forward to working with our existing and future media customers to help them implement this end-to-end solution to control content budgets and drive efficiencies up,” said Nader Tirandazi, invenioLSI's CEO.
The content financials solution helps media companies make faster, more accurate financial decisions by creating a streamlined, automated process that increases financial efficiency throughout the content acquisition, creation, and utilization processes. The solution enables media companies to gain greater visibility into content production budgeting and tighter control over spending while simplifying the management of the entire content lifecycle.
SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified that the interface software of the product Content Financials 1.0 solution integrates with SAP S/4HANA using standard integration technologies. SAP S/4HANA is the next-generation business suite designed to act as the digital core, helping customers drive digital transformation across their entire organizations, taking advantage of the award-winning, role-based user experience of SAP Fiori®.
invenioLSI is a partner in the SAP PartnerEdge® program. The SAP PartnerEdge program provides the enablement tools, benefits, and support to facilitate building high-quality, disruptive applications focused on specific business needs – quickly and cost-effectively.
invenioLSI is recognized as the world's largest independent SAP consultancy and implementation partner for Public Sector and Services organizations. Our domain specialisms include Government, Local Authorities, Policing, Healthcare, Education, Public Transport, and Tax, with a niche position within the Media & Entertainment sector.
We use our own IP, Cloud, Digital, and Analytics skills and capabilities to accelerate SAP-based projects to help businesses transform the quality of services and save long-term costs. invenioLSI brings unmatched industry experience coupled with unique expertise in advanced technologies to help you realize the full value of your digital investment.
invenioLSI is fully international, with our EMEA HQ near London, and our North America HQ in Waltham, Mass. Our flexible delivery model – invenioLSI experts located across 16 offices located in 11 countries – ensures our global customer base benefits from high-quality engagements, by delivering quicker time to value and helping enterprises be more effective.
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CINCINNATI - August 8, 2022 - ( Newswire.com )
The University of Cincinnati has officially launched its newest fully-online graduate program, the Master of Science in Information Systems (MS-IS). Ranked as a top 15 program in North America by EdUniversal Group, the online master’s degree is offered through the Carl H. Lindner College of Business and primarily serves as an educational foundation for aspiring IT, data, software, and business intelligence analysts, as well as SAP consultants and data scientists.
Prerequisites for the program include a completed application, the submission of required transcripts, a completed KIRA interview, and the submission of a Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score (a waiver can be sought). International applicants must submit an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score in addition to the aforementioned items.
“Our 100% online, asynchronous program is designed to be maximally flexible,” said Jaime Windeler, Ph.D., assistant department head and associate professor, department of operations, business analytics, and information systems.
“At the same time, our new program provides more options for our current students whose educational plans were changed or disrupted by COVID.”
The on-site MS-IS program has a distinguished track record, with most years seeing 100% of enrolled students employed upon graduation. Many of these students accept positions with reputable companies such as Accenture, General Electric, Google, and Microsoft, among others.
“The number of open jobs far surpasses the number of IS professionals available to fill them,” said Windeler. “This creates a high-choice job market for people with an MS in information systems and very competitive salaries.”
To learn more about the University of Cincinnati’s new online MS-IS program and the application process, please visit online.uc.edu/masters-programs/ms-information-systems.
About The University of Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati provides a world-class educational experience that offers flexibility for busy professionals, lifelong learners, and students from around the world. UC is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 46,000 students and has been named “Among the top tier of the Best National Universities,” according to U.S. News & World Report. The University of Cincinnati and all regional campuses are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
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