Fever pitch is a term that describes a state of extreme excitement or agitation. It’s an apt assessment of what many SAP customers are feeling as a result of the hyperscalers vying for their SAP applications and workloads.
We’re inching closer to SAP's 2025 end-of-service deadline and companies across North America are evaluating when they need to make the move to SAP S/4HANA. Yet, most are still struggling with one of the biggest barriers to the new, intelligent enterprise enabled ERP—building a strong business case.
For 15 years, Johnsonville has been a relatively early adopter of SAP technologies. We’ve relied on SAP solutions to support and enable our growth and innovation.
ASUG recently held a webcast for its members detailing some of the top insights from our 2019 State of the Community study. If you missed it, ASUG Members can always listen to the webcast, or you can download our infographic with the top insights captured in visual form.
We had a great turnout for the webcast, and attendees asked some great questions. Although we couldn’t address all of them at the time, I wanted to make sure we answered some that we missed. I also want to offer a few insights from the study that weren’t part of the webcast that..
For the hundreds of you I've spoken to over the past several years who do not want to rebuild what already works on-premise for HR and payroll, SAP is providing a bridge solution. Right now, they are calling it a "sidecar" for SAP S/4HANA, and it's a promising option for maintaining your on-premise SAP HCM solution through 2030.