To keep Pace you need a Clear Plan: Let us show you the Way
The digital transformation is in full swing. Whoever misses the boat now will be among the losers in the competition. The XEPTUM Digitalization Compass offers customers support and guidance to complete a targeted transformation.
According to recent studies, one in two companies in Germany are already using digital technology – and the trend is rising. For good reason: Companies that continue to use outdated business models will quickly be left behind in the global market. However, the digital transformation is placing a host of demands on companies. At present, many are uncertain and wonder what impact digitalization will have on their structures, organization, strategy, and value chain. One of the biggest challenges is finding the right path and taking the first steps down it.
A successful, targeted transformation thanks to the XEPTUM Digitalization Compass!
Digital Roadmap: Developed for the Customer
A generic digitalization compass becomes a customer-specific roadmap
The XEPTUM Digitalization Compass offers customers guidance in achieving an effective transformation. It bundles tools, methods, and expertise, and uses the XEPTUM Value Check to analyze and assess thematic issues that are relevant for digitalizing customers’ business processes (‘Scan’ and ‘Focus’ phase). The results form the basis for creating a customer-specific digitalization roadmap. XEPTUM consultants combine their knowledge of business with cutting-edge technologies and products like S/4 HANA, the cloud, HTML5, UI5, Fiori, and analytics in order to design and implement the best possible solutions together with customers.
Practical Example: XEPTUM Digitalization Compass SAP S/4HANA
One example is the XEPTUM Digitalization Compass S/4HANA. This helps customers define an ERP strategy that meets the requirements of Industry 4.0 and digitalization. If customers decide to continue with SAP as ERP provider in the coming years, the ‘Value Check SAP S/4HANA’ offers the necessary functional roadmap as a decision basis. Customers also get a basis for the pending renegotiation of the SAP license and maintenance agreement. The aim is to define chronological and content-based milestones for deploying SAP ERP.
For this purpose, the following questions will be answered:
- Maintenance for SAP ERP ends in 2027. The follow-on product is S/4HANA. When is the ideal time for a company to make the transition?
- What tools and options are available to minimize the risks of this transition?
- Can S/4HANA-compliant solutions already be used before the switch?
Our Digitalization Compass aims to answer the above questions and translate them into a clearly structured, customer-specific roadmap.
As a result, customers receive action recommendations for their individual SAP strategy. What is important when switching to S/4HANA is to include not only IT systems but also business processes.
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