SAP Application Lifecycle Management Sebastian Darimont 2016-11-28T15:55:40+00:00

SAP Application Lifecycle Management

We offer comprehensive SAP application lifecycle management, and in doing so we harmonize the SAP landscapes of our customers. Our experts work on the basis of a customized integrated approach using SAP Solution Manager. Our goals are:

  • Successful implementation of new business and system requirements
  • Minimization of system complexity
  • Reduction of operating costs

We pursue an integrated approach. From a conceptual and technical point of view, we support users in the intelligent use of SAP Solution Manager. This is a central technology platform and provides extensive methods, procedures, tools and preconfigured content so that SAP systems can be analyzed and innovations can be designed properly.

The Solution Manager covers all project planning phases, from support during implementation to smooth operation throughout the entire project. Our SAP experts help companies take full advantage of this complex but powerful application as well as to optimize SAP landscapes and reduce costs.

The integration of all measures in a complete process also affects cost-cutting. This simultaneously allows an integrated approach for each project, and based on this we can offer advice and support companies during various stages of their change process, e.g. attract and involve the respective employees.

DATAGROUP has proven expertise in SAP. As a selected Ramp-Up Partner of SAP, we supported the development of SAP Solution Manager with our technical and practical knowledge before and during their market launch.

SAP Application Lifecycle Management Services

  • Introductory workshops for SAP Solution Manager
  • Consultation on how to use SAP Solution Manager
  • Assistance in implementation and use
  • Deployment and operation of the platform
  • Comprehensive support throughout the change process
  • Integrate and attract employees

The challenge

SAP systems are constantly changing. This is sometimes a major challenge for businesses: In order to meet new or changing requirements, occasional adjustments and enhancements to the system are necessary, thus creating highly structured established SAP systems. These continually expand and become increasingly integrated into complex landscapes, to some extent greatly modified while rarely or poorly documented. With this in mind, it is hard to judge what impact updates may bring in terms of functionality and cost, and especially in terms of user acceptance.