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Hybrid approach to SAP S/4HANA migrations in near-zero downtime
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The most frequently asked question about SAP S/4HANA migration is "okay, but how others are doing it?" Greenfield or brownfield, on premise or cloud, and how to actually run the migration to S/4HANA? During this webinar, our top experts present a unique hybrid methodology which combines the strenghts of greenfield, brownfield and transformations approaches, with minimum effort on the customer side.

Join this webinar to learn more about building your strategy to SAP S/4HANA including:

  • EXPLORE. Run a deep-dive analysis and evaluate the impact of the transition on the current system - with no effort!
  • OPTIMIZE & TRANSFORM. Prepare the system for the migration and run transformation in near-zero downtime
  • INNOVATE. Build on the power of new technologies for maximum business outcome

 

Meet our speakers:

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Goetz Lessmann
Managing Partner at Datavard

Goetz is one of the founders of Datavard. He is responsible for Datavard consulting services. He is an executive and entrepreneur with more than 20 years of extensive experience in the SAP ecosystem. He is a leading expert in SLO and data management strategies. 

 

 

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Gerd Hagmaier (guest speaker)
Consulting Manager at SAP

Gerd is a recognized thought leader, architect, and manager in the area of business transformation. During his years at SAP, he successfully invented and extended tools and methods for ERP migrations and transformations.

 

 

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Jan Durinda
Solution Center Lead at Datavard

Jan is an experienced architect, implementing projects focused on business transformation and SLO. In his role, Jan has been working on Datavard in-house methodology and tools for SAP S/4HANA transitions.