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RISE with SAP towards a Sustainable Enterprise

By : Adil Zafar, Dharma Alturi, Sanket Taur, Mihir R. Gor
Book Image

RISE with SAP towards a Sustainable Enterprise

By: Adil Zafar, Dharma Alturi, Sanket Taur, Mihir R. Gor

Overview of this book

If you’re unsure whether adopting SAP S/4HANA is the right move for your enterprise, then this book is for you. This practical and comprehensive guide will help you determine your next steps toward building a business case, while preparing you for all the possible scenarios and enabling you to make informed decisions during implementation. RISEwith SAP toward a Sustainable Enterprise is packed with clear and detailed advice, including a run-through of what it takes to design the landscape using RISE with SAP. As you go through the chapters, you’ll get a solid understanding of precisely what services are available (such as Process Discovery, data migration, the fit-to-standard approach), and which scope items on RISE with SAP should be considered, allowing you to make the most of RISE with the SAP-based model. Finally, you’ll get an overview of different industry-based use cases and how they can be brought to reality with the platform that’s set up on the RISE with SAP offering. By the end of this book, you’ll be able to build a detailed business case to determine if RISE with SAP is the right transformation engine for you, along with a clear idea of optimized landscape design on RISE with SAP that addresses the pain points for your implementation and support activities.
Table of Contents (18 chapters)
Part 1: Overview
Part 2: The Journey with RISE with SAP
Part 3: The Way Forward: The Art of Possible

Web 3.0

The world wide web started as static, read-only content. Then, the era of interactive web technologies such as JavaScript and HTML facilitated the creation of interactive web platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Wikipedia, and many more, and added more on-demand data with dynamic content and video streaming. Unknowingly, information related to our choices and interests was stored in cookies. These web technologies were then restricted by data privacy laws, which now require consent given that data has previously been monetized by being sold to companies who can tailor advertising to what users search for or base it on our personal interests, encroaching on our personal privacy. Later, social networks and the production of user-generated content flourished since data could be distributed and shared between various platforms and applications whose data was hosted, owned, and centralized by big companies. Today, we are at the inflection point of the evolution of the web.