Episode 1: The 6 Selective Data Transition Questions Answered That You Wish You Knew for Your SAP S/4HANA Transition

A tactical data transition path to migrate only the data you need


Launched in New York on February 3, 2015, SAP S/4HANA is SAP’s next generation business suite and the company’s biggest innovation since SAP R/3.

Beginning 2025, SAP says it will no longer support the ECC 6 version of its Business Suite software. Though a system transition to SAP S/4HANA may sound daunting, it’s an important project to plan in 2019.

This being said, customers need to switch to SAP S/4HANA in order to continue receiving support and updates from SAP. It may seem overwhelming or scary to make the transition, but there are ways to do this in smaller steps to make the process easier. 

Together with SAP, Natuvion offers a new approach to help you migrate: The SAP S/4HANA Selective Data Transition. This lets you leverage the best practices of Greenfield approach, and the historical data benefits and customization of a Brownfield approach. You can easily split, merge, upgrade, and harmonize your data, plus there is a single SAP S/4HANA go-live, typically over a long weekend with minimal business disruption.

In this Natuvion educational webinar, we will explain why people are making the switch to SAP S/4HANA and why they are doing it now.



Joining us for this webinar is guest speaker Gregor Staubach of SAP. Gregor is the Director of Consulting Practice Consolidations/ SAP S/4HANA Solution Architect and has worked with SAP for eighteen years. His areas of expertise include data transition, data management, and landscape transformation and his current focus is helping customers plan and execute their transitions to SAP S/4HANA.



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