The Qintesi Value Proposition has integrated the streams necessary to achieve all the objectives into a single project initiative:
Stream A) Infrastructure migration on Google Cloud Platform
One of the first infrastructures in the world for SAP HANA and SAP S/4HANA on Google Cloud Platform was designed, sized, built and started up in production.
Stream B) “Brownfield” conversion from SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA
The methodology and tools used for the conversion from SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA are those provided by the SAP best practices: Software Update Manager (SUM) with Database Migration Option (DMO).
Qintesi suggested that the Customer adopt a “one-step approach”, which allowed the simultaneous conversion from SAP ECC to SAP S/4HANA and migration to the Google Cloud Platform infrastructure.
The “brownfield” approach enabled the Customer to:
Stream C) Application innovation and digital transformation
After the transition to S/4HANA, the application scenario of each functional area (Finance, Procurement, etc.) has incorporated the “natively” improvements resulting from the adoption of S/4HANA, for instance:
The adoption of S/4HANA was also the occasion for an application reengineering and a digital transformation of the business processes, enabled by the new features and technologies available, for instance:
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