Migration - eBook (EN)

Migrating SAP to the Cloud

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10 Successfully executing a merger or acquisition requires an organization to integrate the IT assets of their newly acquired entity with existing systems without disrupting operations. This includes understanding application and process dependencies to eliminate overlaps and redundancies, bridging new siloes in their architectures, consolidating ERP systems, modernizing environments where needed, and eventually retiring unneeded data centers. This process is arduous and predictably, the rigidity of legacy IT systems only bottlenecks it further, slowing time-to-value. Inversely, running on the cloud generally accelerates the time it takes to integrate IT systems and drive value from M&A because it eliminates hardware management, reduces manual configurations, and enables businesses to modernize systems faster. Furthermore, you can spin up IT environments to support new divisions in a matter of hours, compared to weeks or months on-premises. Seamlessly execute mergers and acquisitions (M&A) 10 "When our CIO said we had to start planning how to extend SAP BPC to new users after the merger, it was great to be able to tell him how easy it would be with Amazon AppStream 2.0. What could have been a big headache without AppStream 2.0 turned out to be something we barely had to think about." - Kevin Adams, Global IT Infrastructure Manager, Tidewater 10

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