SAP Insight: How to achieve the best value from your S/4HANA license migration


S/4HANA license migration

November 26, 2020 : 11:00 BST – If your organization sees a long-term future with SAP, a move to S/4HANA is likely to be inevitable.

This is a significant change for any business, and stakeholders will want to know the financial implications – how much will an S/4HANA license migration cost?

Drawing on our SAP licensing experience, ITAA can offer unique insight on the commercial licensing aspects of an S/4HANA migration. Please join us for our webinar to learn more about how to achieve the best value from your S/4HANA license migration.

We will:

• Recap the migration options and rulesets
• Explore your financial opportunities and highlight potential risks
• Illustrate our recommended approach to achieving the best value

You will also have the opportunity to put your S/4HANA license migration questions to ITAA’s SAP licensing team.

SAP licensing is notoriously complex.  From a licensing perspective, achieving the greatest outcome for your organization is a complicated process with many variables.  You need to be confident that the final proposal from SAP represents the best value for your organisation.

We look forward to seeing you there!

The webinar will be presented by James Cochlin, SAP Vertical Lead.

James has delivered SAP license management projects to some of the largest SAP clients in the world. James is considered an SAP licensing expert, specializing in SAP software use rights, audit defense, negotiations and technical license audits. As a former Deloitte auditor, James worked at a global level conducting SAP license audits on behalf of SAP. James has been responsible for delivering multiple SAP process architecture, SAP security blueprinting and SAP software acquisition projects for global companies. James is experienced working in various industries including consumer goods, telecommunications, food and beverage, transportation, energy and public sector.

Date & Time:

November 26, 2020 : 11:00 BST
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