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    Who defined and continues to define ‘The Cloud’?  Is it utility type billing for your usage? Is it a non-contractual month to month ‘switch on’, ‘switch off’ arrangement or is it a single simple pricing model for an application as a service (SaaS) with automatic application upgrades and regular innovation cycles?

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    Topics: Cloud

    G3G Goes Live on SAP® S/4HANA

    Posted by Chris Gunter on Fri, Jun 5, 2015

     
    Investment in next-generation business suite drives more innovation and drives enhanced support for customers


    WEYBRIDGE, U.K./BERWYN, Pa./PRETORIA, S.A. (June 1, 2015) – G3G, an SAP gold channel partner that helps customers grow through process and technology optimization, is now running SAP® Business Suite 4 SAP HANA® (SAP S/4HANA). The next-generation business suite is designed to run simply in the digital economy with simplified adoption, data modeling, business processes and more.

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    Topics: News, S/4HANA

    S/4HANA: The Milestones

    Posted by Chris Gunter on Thu, May 28, 2015

    I’ve blogged a few of the things that excite me about S/4HANA such as simplification, agility and the non-disruptive migration process. Something I forgot to mention is that it is not exactly “new” – a factor that often concerns people. Here is an interesting infographic showing some of the key milestones on the SAP S/4HANA journey.

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    Topics: S/4HANA


    In my first blog I explained my excitement about the simplicity S/4HANA introduced. I then moved onto the improved agility it delivered. I would now like to talk about the non-disruptive way in which we can migrate to S/4HANA. 

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    Reason 2: Improved agility on S/4HANA

    Posted by Chris Gunter on Tue, May 26, 2015


    In my last blog I explained my excitement about the simplicity S/4HANA introduced. Let me now talk about the improved agility.

    The complexity of managing multiple aggregate tables is significant. For many technical reasons, in the “old world” a software engineer would have to commit a significant proportion of their time to ensuring integrity was upheld in all the aggregates tables. 

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    Topics: S/4HANA

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