Many SAP customers are feeling pressure from SAP to license and migrate to the SAP S/4HANA platform due to the planned end-of-support date of 2027 for Business Suite 7 core application releases. This looming deadline has created a decision point for CIOs as they determine their SAP roadmap and strategy for the next decade and beyond.
SAP customers must make a choice now: either stay on an SAP-dictated roadmap which benefits SAP or choose a Business-Driven Roadmap which benefits their organization.
Rimini Street recently conducted a survey of SAP customers to gather data and insights on the impact of the 2027 deadline on their SAP strategy and how they plan to re-align their roadmap to meet their unique business needs.
- In this 30-minute webinar, former Gartner analyst, Pat Phelan covers the three main trends that emerged from the data:
- The top 2019 priorities of licensees and how those align with the current health of their relationships with SAP
- Whether they have moved or plan to migrate from their core SAP applications to S/4HANA and the reasons behind their decisions
- Details on their overall satisfaction with SAP maintenance, support, and new features, as well as their plans with respect to future investment with SAP
Hosted by Michael Louie, Director of Product Marketing for Rimini Street, this interactive session will be illuminating to any organization that wants to take control of their ERP strategy and eliminate the planned 2027 end-of-support roadblock.
Watch this on-demand webinar now.
Pat Phelan recently joined Rimini Street as a VP of Market Research. She is developing a product marketing research agenda that provides an ecosystem perspective and informs business decisions across critical topics – including enterprise software, third-party support, IT optimization, and application strategies.
Pat has 37 years of packaged application experience in various industries, both public and private, including commercial manufacturers, service firms, federal/state/local government and education. Prior to joining Rimini Street, she was at Gartner for 18 years providing CIOs and IT leaders with research and advice on methods and strategies for managing the ERP/business application life cycle, with a special focus on restructuring support as applications are moved to the cloud.