Next generation business applications

Empowering you to accelerate operational excellence and value creation

The rules of business are changing. To thrive in today’s globalized, fast-moving digital world, companies have to operate at peak performance at all times. On top of that, business and operational flexibility are key to success, as are connectivity, collaboration and customer intimacy.

While your core ERP system helps you streamline and optimize enterprise-wide processes, next-gen business applications provide the agility and insight you need to retain an edge.

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while your core ERP system helps you streamline enterprise-wide processes, next-gen business applications provide the agility and insight you need to retain an edge in today’s fast-moving world

How to excel in a digital world

Next-gen business applications embrace innovations and technologies including cloud, IoT, artificial intelligence, blockchain, etc. to accelerate operational excellence and value creation.

  • Enable outstanding efficiency:automation and advanced intelligence boost productivity, free up time to improve the quality of products, solutions and services and to innovate.
  • Gain unprecedented agility and flexibility: next-gen business applications can ensure far-reaching agility. They help you swiftly change direction, adapt to new business challenges, take advantage of new opportunities as soon as they arise and embrace new technologies.
  • Benefit from enhanced visibility and intelligence: by helping you visualize, analyze and act on a massive amount of data in real time, next-gen ERP systems enable you to make dynamic, split-second decisions.
  • Engage in smarter collaboration: thanks to thorough integration, mobile features and cloud platforms, next-gen business applications supports today’s needs for collaboration and connectivity across your entire ecosystem.

 


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Omniscience vs clarity: finding balance in data analytics

“I want to see everything,” is probably the most-often heard request in data analytics and business reporting. Powerful business tools like SAP Data Warehouse Cloud and SAP Analytics Cloud bring us closer to attaining that superpower. The question, however, is whether that should really be our goal, or if there’s a way we can balance hunger for knowledge with optimal performance and clarity.
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Best Practices in ERP

Implementing enterprise resource planning (ERP) in your business is essential, regardless of its size. It not only assists your business in streamlining diverse processes, but also serve as a single source of truth which provides the best report, improved decisions, and greater collaboration overall within your business.

These best practices cover all the stages of ERP implementation, from defining requirements to training and providing support. Think of it as a checklist that can help you achieve your business objectives, minimise the risk of project delays and budget overruns, and enable employees to use the system effectively.

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Connected planning: breaking down the silos

“How can we link our financial plan to supply chain planning?”, “Can you help us make planning more agile?” or “How can we get access to real-time data from across the enterprise?”. These must be the most common questions our finance experts receive these days. It’s crystal clear: as a CFO,  you need more data and forecasts, as well as the ability to change course quickly. Excel no longer do, but what’re the alternatives?
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Engage your business in your data journey with a data catalogue

To become data-driven, organisations need to establish a rock-solid data culture where the value of data is recognised and takes ownership. One of the keys to supporting and enabling this dynamic in the long run is data governance: clear agreements about the way data is organised and managed throughout the organisation. Recently, data governance tools, like the business glossary & data catalogues have proven indispensable parts of a data culture. Here’s why.
 
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