Unite several ERP systems into one central SAP S/4HANA with this hybrid approach between a New Implementation (Greenfield) and a System Conversion (Brownfield). Like an inland river delta flowing into the ocean, you migrate only a relevant selection of your existing ERP data to SAP S/4HANA.
A Selective Data Transition (also called Hybrid Approach or Landscape Transformation) allows you to consolidate several ERP systems to one central SAP S/4HANA system. Imagine an inland river delta, where different streams come together to form a more powerfully flowing river. With a Selective Data Transition, you can control which data and modules flow together.
Running an international or national business with different ERP systems adds inefficiencies and higher maintenance costs. Consolidating various ERP systems (SAP or non-SAP systems) into one central ERP system – SAP S/4HANA – reduces overall costs while boosting transparency and efficiency.
This is also true if you want to integrate a recently acquired company or perform a carve-out.
Like the New Implementation (Greenfield Approach), the Selective Data Transition is a phased approach that avoids the risk and downtime of a big bang while allowing you to keep your daily routines throughout the transition. In order to make the transition to SAP S/4HANA as smooth as possible, a multi-system landscape will be established, including the possibility of a phased go-live, depending on your organizational structure and plans.
This Hybrid Approach gives you the opportunity to decide which data you want to migrate. Get rid of old organizational processes and inconsistent data while retaining only what meets your future requirements. Take the chance to restructure, update, and harmonize your business. You will get a simplified system landscape, including only the data that is relevant for your business.
Moving to SAP S/4HANA with a Selective Data Transition gives you the choice to decide whether you would like to store your data on-premise or with Managed Cloud Services (at itelligence, SAP, AWS, Microsoft Azure).
This flow chart gives you an overview of the different steps of a Selective Data Transition that should be considered. But for a considered decision you need more details:
What are the benefits of a Selective Data Transition?
What should be taken into consideration?
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itelligence partners with Natuvion Group to accelerate Selective Data Transitions to SAP S/4HANA (Natuvion’s ALLFIELD™). Natuvion’s Data Conversion Software is a system transformation engine that offers a fast and pre-defined path to SAP S/4HANA.
Whatever the size or complexity of the project, Natuvion’s Data Conversion Software and Data Conversion architects provide a highly automated, fast as well as flexible migration to SAP S/4HANA. Thanks to Natuvion’s Cutover App the critical “near zero downtime to-live” becomes possible. Learn more about Natuvion’s ALLFIELD™ approach.
Natuvion is a founding member of the new SAP S/4HANA Selective Data Transition Engagement Community.
When moving to SAP S/4HANA, there is the question where to host the system. If you want to host SAP S/4HANA on-premise, you have different options depending on your own effort level for maintenance you want to invest. But there are also external hosting options. Learn more about our Managed Cloud Services.
You know that the Selective Data Transition (Hybrid Approach) fits to your needs and requirements, but you are still unsure how this will work in your company? Sound familiar? Find out how other companies like Clemens, IESA or DENIOS managed their move to SAP S/4HANA and why they have choosen itelligence.
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