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27.01.2021 | Webinar

Do S/4HANA Right with Selective Data Transition

SAP customers continue to struggle with the decision on how to make a move to SAP S/4HANA. The binary choice between Greenfield (New Implementation) and Brownfield (System Conversion) has been the question many organizations grapple with as they plan their journey toward SAP S/4HANA and the Intelligent Enterprise.

For many customers, these 2 well known transition approaches with boilerplate playbooks may be the perfect option based on the current system landscape or long-term strategic goals. For others, however, it may feel as being stuck between a rock and a hard place.

Well, this is no longer the case. Selective Data Transition (SDT) solves the conundrum binary choice for SAP S/4HANA. With SDT, you are now able to get the best of both worlds: keep the historical data which fuels your data-driven enterprise while simultaneously achieving process optimization and landscape harmonization.

Our panelists, Hans Dossche (S/4HANA Business Transformation Executive, Capgemini) and Lorenz Praefcke (CEO, cbs Corporate Business Solutions America), will share insights from CxO discussions around these challenges resulting in the typical pendulum swing from Greenfield to Brownfield and back, but where SDT is the easy but often overlooked answer. They will focus on four main topics:

– How to move to SAP S/4HANA Private Cloud solution with SDT (Experiences from a real live customer)
– How to leverage existing investments in the move to S/4HANA
– How to harmonize global financial data and drive a Finance Transformation adoption
– How to reduce business risk


Learn more about Selective Data Transition and the Capgemini-cbs partnership here.


Learn more about our speakers:
Hans Dossche, S/4HANA Transformation Executive Capgemini
Lorenz Praefcke, CEO cbs Corporate Business Solutions America


This session is open to SAP customers only.

Do you have any questions about our Events? Please contact:

Victor Puente
Manager, Sales & Marketing