One of the hot topics in the SAP world is the move to SAP S/4 Hana. Many companies are in the process of setting up their roadmap to S/4, and try to find out which approach is the right one for them, and what would be the business case showing return on investment. Building up a proper business case is a challenge for most companies. Lupus Consulting has experts who support our clients to gain benefit from their S4H transition.
Our Partner cbs Consulting is one of the Key Players in the topic “S/4 Hana transition” / Enterprise transformation. At our Business breakfast on November 29th, cbs Consulting and Lupus Consulting will present their tool-based way to SAP S/4 Hana Migration, which is supported by SAP AG as well. The fundamentals of S4H selective data transition will be introduced by our CEO, Mihaly Bödy and Michael Horn from cbs will explain this approach showing detailed case studies. One of these examples is the world´s largest S/4H transformation project so far, which gives us a good chance to introduce the capability of our solution and gives plenty of ideas for our clients, which they can adopt into their own S/4 Hana strategy.
Join us at our Business Breakfast and find the best solution for your company!
Date: 29th November 2019 // 9:30 am– 11:30 am
Venue: K+K Hotel Budapest, Révay utca 24, 1065 Budapest, Hungary
- Mihály Bődy: Selective Data Transition to SAP S/4HANA® – The third option combining the best from Green- and Brownfield (20 min/HU)
- Michael Horn: SAP S/4HANA® migration in record time: Viessmann and cbs set new standards (30 min/EN)
- Michael Horn: Real customer roadmaps for S/4HANA® transitions – learn from our customers how to move to SAP S/4HANA (30 min/EN)
Registration: Latest 25th November 2019
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +36203494037
Topics in a nutshell:
- Ways to increase the benefit of a S4H transition project.
- How to save cost and simplify the preparation for S4H.
- Introduce key drivers to build up your own S4H strategy.
- When to use of the different approaches? What does a migration project look like?