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Moving SAP applications to the cloud can lead to increased flexibility, scalability, and cost control. But it is a big project. Therefore, the decision regarding when and how to run SAP on a cloud platform must be well informed. If done right, a shift to the cloud could empower your operations and generate real business value.
Many companies look to the cloud to answer their need for better business agility. While SAP is a trusted and robust cornerstone in the IT landscape of many companies, older versions of SAP lack the flexibility and scalability needed to succeed in the face of modern business challenges.
A cloud-based SAP solution can provide far greater agility and scalability, deliver better business intelligence, and reduce costs. However, migrating such a mission-critical application is no simple task, and you should not underestimate the complexity involved.
The complexity does not end once your new cloud-based SAP environment is up and running. To realize the benefits of the cloud, you must be prepared to handle frequent feature updates, changing policies for compliance, and new digital ways of working. It is, therefore, vital to choose a partner like NNIT that can provide both the expertise to ensure a successful migration and the advisory to facilitate long-term success in the cloud.
Leverage SAP on Azure to keep up with the ever-increasing speed of business
With the rapid pace of the digital economy, it is more vital than ever for businesses to improve their processes, launch new products and optimize based on insights from countless data streams. To meet consumer expectations, you must be able to quickly make critical decisions based on solid and updated information and follow through by building innovative solutions which take full advantage of the latest digital technology.
SAP is essential for your ability to do this. To succeed, you need all the end-to-end insights which only a cutting-edge ERP system can provide. Already, businesses are moving to SAP S/4HANA to leverage the advantage of the powerful in-memory database and the vast ecosystem of tools and services available to compliment it. And the best choice for running SAP is Azure.