SAP has extended its plans to support ECC through 2027. At higher maintenance rates (+2%), SAP has said that it will even provide support until 2030. This schedule gives users at least six years to migrate to the new system. While this may seem like a lot of time, experienced SAP administrators know the clock is ticking. Migrating to a new version of SAP can be a multi-year proposition. To go live before support ends, they will need to kick off a migration planning project soon.
In this white paper, we’ll look at why the latest release of S/4HANA is so compelling for enterprises focused on digital transformation. Then, we’ll explore how Managed SAP S/4HANA can help enterprises mitigate migration risks, whether moving from a previous version of SAP or another ERP platform.
- Building a Business Case for Migration to SAP S/4HANA
- Main Challenges of Migrating to S/4HANA
- Migration Types- Brownfield vs. Greenfield?
- How to Mitigate your Migration Risks
- How a Partner Can Help You Avoid Pitfalls