As you begin to migrate your data to SAP S/4 HANA, you must follow many steps to ensure that everything in your landscape is organized and accounted for. A typical consolidation of an SAP-System Landscape may include inconsistencies in stored data, sale or reacquisition of business areas, company reorganization, technological advances, or the simplification, improvement, and further development of the existing system architecture.
The global expert community for SAP System Landscape Optimization (SAP SLO) was developed to establish these common standards, methods, and processes for a reliable and proven transition to SAP S/4HANA. The scenario, called "Selective Data Transition," combines a flexible redesign of business processes and the preservation of historical data.
Natuvion has over 15 years of experience in complex projects related to SAP migration, transformation, and restructuring. One of our core competencies is our transformation and migration expertise, especially for large and complex SAP system landscapes. As a new member of the SAP S/4HANA Selective Data Transition Engagement, Natuvion brings best practice and first-hand leading knowledge in upgrades and migrations to SAP S/4HANA.
In this Natuvion educational webinar, we will explain the steps necessary to transform your data using SAP S/4 HANA Selective Data Transition, starting with Phase 0.
Joining us for this webinar is guest speaker Roland Reiter. Mr. Reiter is the CIO of Badenova, an energy service provider and distribution grid operator with over 1 million customers in Germany. He will discuss the preparation steps he encountered before an SAP S/4 HANA transition and give insight and tips for those thinking about making the transition themselves.
Also joining us is Roland Storbeck, Natuvion’s Chief Architect for Utilities. Mr. Storbeck has helped enable Badenova’s roadmap for SAP S/4 HANA and has worked on many other transformation projects for customers in the Utilities area.
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