Embracing the Digital World with SAP S/4HANA – What It Means to You

Global market dynamics – including an economically challenging environment along with changing consumer needs and buying behaviors – are forcing companies to rethink how they operate in a digitally connected world. To meet this challenge, many organizations are looking for innovative and adoptable ways to embrace digital disruption, especially around analytics, mobile, social media, the so-called “internet of things,” and of course, “big data.”

SAP’s recent release of SAP S/4HANA – which focuses on creating a digital enterprise – is the future of the global ERP giant. SAP S/4HANA enables organizations to respond quickly to their customer needs, enhance service levels, improve efficiencies, and enable the workforce with intuitive technologies to elevate performance of the organization.

SAP S/4HANA offers exciting opportunities for companies with decades-long investments in the SAP platform. In HANA, data is stored in memory as opposed to hard disk, increasing the speed of data retrieval for faster transaction processing and analytics. HANA’s innovative data storage structure facilitates the processing of large volumes of data at unprecedented speeds.

So, how is SAP S/4HANA different from various technology solutions in place from SAP? And what do SAP customers need to know prior to migration? Join Protiviti’s SAP Data Management and Advanced Analytics experts on July 15, at 11 a.m. Pacific Time. We will provide guidance on various deployment options, and discuss how this will help you better prepare to take advantage of S/4HANA.

An archived version of the live webinar will be available for those unable to attend. You can register on our website.

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