This knowledge is based on the experiences SAP experts gathered from the first SAP S/4HANA customer implementation projects in collaboration with different groups involved in onboarding SAP S/4HANA customers.
One of these groups is the back-office support for customer engagements lifecycle, another unit is the market introduction team, working on customer’s side in a common approach with us, the SAP S/4HANA RIG – Regional Implementation Group.
The purpose of SAP S/4HANA RIG is the first hand information exchange between SAP S/4HANA RIG product experts, development, customers and the SAP ecosystem. The mandate is to: ensure the successful first SAP S/4HANA implementations across all regions, spread knowledge, give feedback to improve product and services and ensure successful onboarding projects of SAP S/4HANA. The SAP S/4HANA RIG helped setting around 40 SAP S/4HANA customers live on the 1511 code line as of today and are supporting roughly 130 active SAP S/4HANA projects.
Covering experience from different industries like: Consumer Products, Professional Services, Wholesale Distribution, Industrial Machinery and Components, etc. and using SAP Best Practices in more than 50% of the new implementations. The SAP S/4HANA RIG is engaged in a small but leading edge part of the overall number of SAP S/4HANA customer projects.
We are working hand-in-hand with the SDBO – Service Delivery Back Office under the Leadership of Dirk Rebmann, that is a trusted advisor to Service Hubs in the regions to help accelerate early knowledge for upcoming SAP S/4HANA projects. This team ensures project quality and best practice implementation on larger scale in a full remote setup.
With the implementation-related SAP S/4HANA FAQs, the SAP S/4HANA community has now the opportunity to benefit from the most recent SAP S/4HANA experiences first hands. This is the first step. More SAP S/4HANA related FAQs will be published in waves and also kept updated.
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