QueBIT Blog: What FP&A options do SAP customers have after BPC is retired?

Posted by: Ann-Grete Tan Aug 12, 2020 9:45:00 AM
About 20 years ago my mentor and former boss, Richard Creeth, was introduced to a new company called OutlookSoft that had developed a corporate performance management (CPM) product called Everest on... Read More

QueBIT Blog: The SAP S/4HANA Clock is Ticking: What are my options?

Posted by Gary Quirke

From the time when SAP founders Klaus Tschira, Hasso Plattner, Dietmar Hopp, and Hans-Werner Hector first introduced SAP in 1972, SAP has arguably offered the best ERP available.  It has certainly contributed to changing and improving the way that the best performing companies are managed today.  Many businesses that use SAP could not effectively operate without it.  SAP has delivered countless benefits to companies, but these benefits have not have come without a significant price tag.  One thing that you can comfortably say about SAP is, nothing about SAP comes cheaply!  So with the news that SAP has set a December 31, 2025 deadline, after which its ERP system will be built to run on just one single database platform; SAP’s own HANA; should have many CIOs, CFOs and CEOs quaking in the boots at the potential cost of moving to the new system. SAP describes S/4HANA as the “biggest launch in 23 years, if not in the entire history of the company”. 

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