Software-based migration is part of the S/4 Move program
Heidelberg, December, 7th, 2020 – SAP customers need more flexibility, speed and value orientation on their way to digital transformation. In an official announcement for its worldwide customer base, SAP has therefore presented the software-based Selective Data Transition (SDT) approach for the first time as a global standard for the switch to S/4HANA. The SDT approach is part of the S/4 Move program and enables a new customer orientation: the customized migration of business processes and data as an alternative between system conversion (brownfield) and new implementation (greenfield).
cbs is a founding member of SAP’s SDT expert community and close partner of SAP for industrial companies. With the transformation software cbs ET Enterprise Transformer, cbs enables large SAP customers to perform fast and value-added-optimized S/4HANA migrations in flexible, global supply and delivery models. The consulting and software company is today the world’s only full service provider for end-to-end transformation solutions to SAP S/4HANA.
Software cbs ET is the success driver
Digitization does not wait. It’s about speed of delivery, about competitive advantages, about clear benefits. No company can afford a mega-project over many years. SAP customers need more flexibility and speed to master the transition to an intelligent ERP. SAP has recognized this need, and in 2019 it set up a working group: “SAP S/4HANA® Selective Data Transition Engagement”. As a founding member of this expert community, cbs Corporate Business Solutions offers its customers a holistic end-to-end transformation approach.
“cbs ET is the pacesetter and success driver for the digital transformation to S/4. As the world’s only full-service provider for SAP consulting and transformation, we offer everything a customer needs from a single source: Holistic consulting, best practices for all types of business transformations as well as comprehensive technical migration services,” explains Rainer Wittwen, member of the cbs management board.
Review of the DSAG annual congress 2019: cbs and SAP present together the first global SDT project at energy system manufacturer Viessmann. The SAP keynote with CEO Christian Klein, board member Thomas Saueressig, Rainer Wittwen, member of the cbs board, and Dr. Harald Dörnbach, managing director Viessmann IT Service GmbH (Photo: DSAG).