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SAP S/4HANA

SAP S/4HANA – The Digital Core for Your Business

Discover SAP S/4HANA, the next-generation ERP with in-memory technology that improves the speed and agility of your processes.

What is SAP S/4HANA?

SAP S/4HANA is an ERP (enterprise resource planning) system that runs on the SAP HANA database. The “S” stands for “Simple” and the “4” refers to the fact that it is the fourth-generation business suite from SAP.

It is characterized by integrated, intelligent features. These features are possible thanks to a new, simplified data model and the SAP HANA in-memory database, which allows for real-time data analytics and forecasting. It paves the way for fast, data-driven decision making.

With the in-memory technology, it exceeds all its predecessors in speed. And with that speed comes agility, a natural business behavior.

Center the digital core in your business and set out for new shores.

More Benefits of SAP S/4HANA

Validated SAP S/4HANA MOVE for Life Sciences and Pharmaceuticals

The digital transformation to SAP S/4HANA is a much talked about topic. Yes, it’s a proven, stable, and future proof platform. However, what you really want to know is what SAP S/4HANA can do for you on a daily basis. And how we, at NTT DATA Business Solutions, can ensure your organization of a smooth digital transition to this new ERP solution.

In this video, our Life Sciences consultant Ruud Nieuweboer walks you through three tangible examples, taken straight from the latest release of the SAP S/4HANA solution. He’ll show you how the new Overview Pages make your work a lot easier, how you can get faster insights on your sales order fulfillment cycle, and how you can create Excel reports on the fly.

Why Should I Move Now?

Everyone is talking about WHY you should transition to SAP S/4HANA, but you also have to decide about WHEN to move. There are three reasons why moving now is both logical and necessary.

Read our blog to find out why NOW is the right time for your move.

How Can I Move to SAP S/4HANA?

Existing SAP ERP systems will have reached the end of their life cycles by 2027, meaning SAP will no longer support their maintenance and they will not benefit from further innovations.

The first step on your journey to SAP S/4HANA is the decision for a transition path. Whether you start from a third-party system, convert from an existing SAP ERP system, or unite several SAP systems on SAP S/4HANA – we will help you to pick the most suitable transition path based on your starting point and your individual requirements. Let’s start your transition together!

Which Transition Path Fits My Requirements?

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SAP S/4HANA New Implementation

The New Implementation, or Greenfield Approach, is one transition path to move to SAP S/4HANA. Find out why it allows for a fresh start with SAP S/4HANA.

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SAP S/4HANA Selective Data Transition

Consolidate various ERP systems into one central SAP S/4HANA with a Selective Data Transition. The Hybrid Approach is mainly designed for large enterprises.

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SAP S/4HANA System Conversion

Move your existing SAP ERP system in place to SAP S/4HANA with a System Conversion. Keep your structure and processes and move to SAP S/4HANA in 22+ weeks.

Where Can I Host My System?

When moving to SAP S/4HANA, there is the question where to host the system. If you want to host the system on-premise, you have different options depending on your own effort level for maintenance. You need more information? Take a look at our Managed Cloud Services or contact us for more specific advise.

FAQs about SAP S/4HANA

Our experts answer some frequently asked questions. For Example:

Do I need to reimplement SAP?

Do I have to do everything in the cloud?

Do I have to rewrite all my code?

Get the Anwers

Attend Our ‘Innovation Tuesday’ Webinar Series

2021 – new ideas, new chances, new plans: how to ensure your business is future proof in times of disruption and ever-changing circumstances? How to define the first step towards digital transformation of you company?

Attend our webinar series “Innovation Tuesday” to learn more about innovative technologies, the Intelligent Enterprise, Customer Experience (CX), SAP S/4HANA and cloud-based technologies – get inspired!

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More Insights

How to Ensure a Smooth Transition?

If you are considering a transition to SAP S/4HANA, there are three different phases you should know. This simple infographic gives you first insights how your move  may look like.

Get the Infographic

What Should I Know about the 1909 Release?

To get the most relevant highlights of the new SAP S/4HANA 1909 product release, just take a look at these short videos.

Watch the Videos

What Should I Know about the 2020 Release?

Get all highlights of the SAP S/4HANA product release 2020 – discover the 2 main innovations and how they will improve your supply chain management further.

Read our blog to get all relevant information about the 2020 Release.

Blog Posts about the Next-Generation ERP

Company News
RISE with SAP® – What it Means for Us and Our Customers

Nicolaj Vang Jessen | Jun 21, 2021

Digital Transformation
Your Path to the Intelligent Enterprise: Intelligent Technologies in SAP S/4HANA

Dimitri Schweigerdt | Feb 17, 2021

Global Blog
How SAP S/4HANA Improves Your Sustainability Management

Frank Jacobs | Jan 05, 2021

Company News
Experience Management – Empowered by Global Partnership with Qualtrics

Jan Ammann | Nov 16, 2020

Global Blog
NTT DATA Business Solutions Partners with Natuvion Group to Accelerate SAP S/4HANA Transitions

Reimund Lips | Oct 20, 2020

Global Blog
SAP S/4HANA Release 2020 – What You Need to Know

Mersun Sezer | Oct 09, 2020

Global Blog
SAP S/4HANA Transition – The Right Mix with Natuvion’s ALLFIELD Approach

Lorenz Beckmann | Oct 06, 2020

Digital Transformation
Organizational Change Management: 5 Actions to Make Your SAP S/4HANA Projects More Successful

Chris Jaques | Aug 19, 2020

Global Blog
Custom Code Analysis for SAP S/4HANA Made Easy

Lars Verbuechels | Jul 07, 2020

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