The value of the SAP S/4HANA certification

Being certified in a competency attests to the person’s level of knowledge, experience and personal commitment to professionalism. In the SAP world, we recommend working with people who have attained the SAP S/4HANA Certification on any project that involves the S/4HANA platform.

Amanda Brown

SAP Business One

Pick & Pack ignore non-inventory items

Your business might deliver products and services in one go. SAP Business One now enables you to excluded non-inventory items from the Pick & Pack Manager

Ari Schapira

Support & Managed Services

Moving to a new SAP VAR partner

Changing your SAP Partner can be a scary proposition and the need to be back in a steady state with minimal disruption is vital to the smooth running of your business. In this blog, we look at the importance of keeping the time and cost of transition under control, client updated regularly, following a tailored transition plan and having the right people in place throughout to ensure a successful transition into a steady state.

Mick Lewin

Support & Managed Services

How we use Solution Manager at G3G

At G3G we use Solution Manager extensively to deliver our Basis managed service, making use of features including Guided Procedures and IT Task Management. We can also install, upgrade and configure Solution Manager to help you get up and running with some of the core functionality.

Jonathan Salter

SAP Projects & Implementations

Purdue University takes giant leaps in democratising higher education

The SAP Higher Education and Research User Group (HERUG) is a user group for all education and research institutions that are using SAP software in a productive environment. The HERUG conference, taking place on 15th to 17th May 2019 at the Technische Universität Berlin, provides its members with the opportunity to share experiences and network with other SAP Higher Education and Research customers around the world.

Together with our sister company EPI-USE, G3G are sponsoring the event and hosting two sessions.

Louise Hannaway