As HANA adoption continues to mount, archiving is becoming an increasingly more essential component to any SAP content management strategy. One major reason for planning is that HANA doesn’t scale like traditional systems.
As discussed in our prior post in this series, any lean IT organization should strive to eliminate waste in order to improve agility. One way to do this is to identify redundant platforms that may no longer fit into your business’ long-term strategy.
Over the past two weeks, we have examined the path to implementation required for a strong SAP enterprise content management (ECM) strategy. In particular, we have traced the path to implementation for two different types of platform: a traditional ECM system and a strategy built on Office 365.
Speaking at SAPPHIRE NOW, SAP chief Bill McDermott announced an exciting change to SAP's pricing model: their new model for Procure-to-Pay and Order-to-Cash scenarios in ECC or SAP S/4HANA will now be based on orders, providing a more predictable licensing scenario and eliminating costs around read-only access to SAP data.