SAP customers contemplating the transition to S/4HANA have a lot to consider. A move to S/4HANA is more than an upgrade; it’s a new implementation effort, a new platform, and a new database. With costs estimated to be 5 to 7 times current license costs and potential barriers to aligning scarce expertise to make the move with minimal disruption, many customers are searching for options.
The Valoir Research report, “Assessing an SAP-Rimini Street Strategy,” helps SAP customers understand the role of independent, third-party support from Rimini Street. In the report, you’ll learn:
- The current state of SAP software support and licensing burdens
- The value of stopping the clock on SAP’s planned deadlines to make the S/4HANA move when your business needs dictate – not SAP’s roadmap
- Ways customers are using liberated resources and budget to help fund digital transformation and accelerate innovation initiatives
- How Rimini Street independent, third-party support has helped customers reset their SAP relationships to better position themselves for an eventual move to S/4HANA