What are the 3 paths to SAP S/4HANA?

Get a brief overview of the different approaches for a SAP S/4HANA migration

March 9, 2021, 15:00 CET

There is more than one way to SAP S/4HANA. Companies are different and so should be their path to SAP S/4HANA. Whether you seek a Re-Implentation (Greenfield), the Selective Data Transition (Allfield) or a System-Conversion (Brownfield). Every single approach has its challenges and the perfect solution looks different for every company. In this webinar our experts will provide you an overview on the 3 different approaches to SAP S/4HANA.

 

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Lorenz-Beckmann

Lorenz Beckmann

Principal Solution Expert SAP S/4HANA - NTT DATA Business Solutions

As graduated industrial engineer, Lorenz has been working in IT in SAP and non-SAP environments since 1997. There he developed – coming from processes – via analytics to in-memory computing with SAP HANA and SAP S/4HANA, for which he is an expert since 2009.

Wolf-Kothe-

Wolf Konrad Kothe

Chief Solution Architect - Natuvion

Wolf Konrad Kothe is main architect for ERP and CRM solutions. With about 20 years of project experience in SAP Landscape Transformation and ABAP Development he helps with the coordination and implementation of complex SAP SLO customer projects. His core competencies are SAP SLO Consulting, Data Migration, Data Conversion, System Consolidation, System Harmonization and SAP ABAP Development and Technology.

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