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A guide to modernizing with SAP ECC-based systems on AWS

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3 A guide to modernizing with SAP ECC-based systems on AWS Introduction 1 ISG: ISG Provider Lens 2020: SAP HANA Infrastructure Services, October 2020 2 ASUG and Syntax: The Marathon to the cloud for SAP Customers Begins with Strategic Sprints Over 15,000 SAP customers have upgraded to SAP S/4HANA, driven largely by desires to eliminate technical debt and facilitate their digital transformation. According to a 2020 IDC report, the leading driver for SAP S/4HANA adoption is faster innovation. However, the reality is that while nearly every organization wants to innovate faster, 81% of large businesses have not reached SAP S/4HANA POC phase┬╣. Some of these SAP customers don't have an upgrade to the next-generation ERP on their short-term technology roadmap. According to an ASUG report, 67% of businesses have not started to move to SAP S/4HANA 2 . However, SAP customers should still act with urgency as they think about ways to get more out of their ERP systems and data. De-prioritizing ERP migration and modernization due to uncertain S/4HANA plans can come with significant opportunity costs. In this eBook, we will share the stories of AWS customers who are accelerating their transformation journeys by bringing existing SAP investments to AWS. We will also cover why lifting-and-shifting is often the best place to start, whether you have confirmed plans for an SAP S/4HANA transformation or you are still determining whether S/4HANA fits into your long-term plans. ERP modernization isn't an all-or-nothing proposition 81% of large businesses have not reached SAP S/4HANA POC phase 1 . 67% of businesses have not started to move to SAP S/4HANA 2 .

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