SAP applications are the backbone of every business. Hence, the CIOs and owners put in all the efforts to make SAP implementation a success. But despite all the steps and struggles, numerous SAP implementations fail. It is said that the chances of success with SAP are 50-50.
Be it SAP Hosting, SAP S/4HANA implementations/conversions & run, building a strategic roadmap is like a foundation stone for a successful implementation or migration.
SAP applications are undoubtedly the core of every enterprises’ ecosystem. But managing and/or migrating them to the cloud is very challenging. That’s where an SAP managed services provider (MSP) can help.
So now that you have made the big decision of moving your mission-critical SAP workloads to a reliable, scalable, and highly available SAP-certified cloud platform – Azure, the next big question can be how to migrate your SAP workloads to Azure without causing any disruptions to your business.
SAP applications are essential for running business-critical processes. Hence, almost every organization is bound to have SAP applications for efficiently running their daily operations. But implementing and managing these SAP applications is a hectic process.
For a long time now, managing SAP applications has been the key responsibility of internal departments. However, with digitalization at scale, the complexity and speed of change is overwhelming for most in-house teams.