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May 26, 2022

A roadmap for successful SAP S/4HANA migration

For decades, SAP has led the software market for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), which organizations use to manage crucial business activities, including accounting, procurement, supply chain and risk management. SAP’s ERP solutions are used by thousands of businesses globally, generating billions in revenue. 

SAP customers currently use either a legacy ERP or its newer S/4HANA migration system (which stands for simple, 4th generation High Performance Analytic Appliance). The company wants all customers to move to S/4HANA and says it will discontinue support for its current ERP in 2027, but the trickiness and complexity and cost of migrating has prevented many customers from making the move. 

SAP S/4HANA migration that meets deadlines

The Cutover platform can make S/4HANA migrations faster, more streamlined and less costly. We’ve created a new e-guide, information page and case studies to help organizations jump from legacy systems to S/4HANA, and jump from on-premises to cloud. These materials can start your organization on its way to a smooth S/4HANA transition.  

Follow S/4HANA migration roadmap:

Learn from other Cutover customers:

We understand that it can be a huge undertaking to migrate legacy systems. But in the case of SAP S/4HANA, it’s a process that has to be done, and the clock is ticking. Cutover can provide the operational continuity, better collaboration and intelligent automations to make your transition run smoothly, and improve your bottom line along the way. 

Try Cutover’s S/4HANA migration solution for yourself

Tell us about yourself and your organization, and we’ll quickly set you up on our platform so you can see how we can improve your data migration processes.

Kathy Jones
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