If you have already created an SAP S/4HANA transition plan, our SAP experts can help you further develop and refine it.
SAP S/4HANA Transition Plan Analysis
Refining your S/4 transition plan
Verify compatibility of add-ons
If any of your current processes will no longer work on S/4, as part of our our SAP S/4HANA transition plan analysis we can propose alternative options.
Identify business impact
An S/4HANA transition is an important milestone with both a functional impact on your users, and technical impact on your IT landscape. A key stage in our SAP S/4HANA transition plan analysis is to scrutinize business continuity during the transition and subsequent new ways of working.
Evaluate user experience
We look at what Fiori, as the standard user experience, means for your users.
Technical landscape optimization
Evaluate the SAP landscape architecture, optimize and avoid redundancies.
Assess custom code compatibility
We verify the compatibility of your z-programs and recommend an action plan.
Measure impact on connected systems
With your SAP ERP system often connected to several other SAP and non-SAP systems, we analyze the impact on these interfaces and data transfers when you move towards S/4HANA.
An S/4 architecture with compliant connected systems
Assurance that your systems and processes remain connected and compliant.
Continuity for business change requests
Achieve a fluid transition with minimal impact on the business.
User experience based on latest Fiori apps
Prepare users by predicting how the transition will impact them through Fiori.
No unnecessary rewriting of custom code
Identify custom code that is S/4 HANA compliant and limit code rewriting.
S/4 architecture proposition
Future proof S/4 HANA landscape, On-Premise or Cloud, based on your business requirements and IT strategies.
Business continuity plan
Limit the impact on your ongoing projects during the S/4 HANA transition.
S/4 compatibility report
Discover used SAP add-ons or client specific processes that are not compatible with S/4 HANA and offer possible solutions for these incompatibility cases.