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Solution Manger 7.2


The SAP Solution Manager 7.2 ramp-up will be starting soon with a target of General Availability (GA) mid 2016. This release continues to reinforce SAP’s commitment to providing best practices and functionality to better manage your Business Processes and Systems.


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So what are the three reasons for going to Solman 7.2?


Reason 1 – Business Process Management

SAP has completely revamped the Business Process Management functionality. This is the biggie, SAP has finally introduced a proper graphical business process modelling tool based on the BPMN 2.0 standard. This will significantly improve the communication between the Business and IT by providing an intuitive visualization of the processes.

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Reason 2 – Release & Deployment Management

With the new Business Requirements and Release Planning Functionality integrated with ITPPM (Project Management) SAP has now fully adopted the ITIL standard for release management. This enables you to smoothly manage major and minor releases from identification of Business Requirements through to release planning and deployment.

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Reason 3 – Usability

Following on from SAP’s Business Suite Strateg, Solman 7.2 will come with a new Fiori Launchpad, Firoi Apps and UI5 User Interfaces.

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Some of the New Ops Application UI’s:

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EGI’s – North America Schedule for December 2015:

To view Online schedule for Expert Guided Implementation sessions select all delivery methods and use the “Region” search filter to refine the search results:

  Meet the Expert (1-hour presentation – replays available):

  North America Schedule for January 2016:

  Meet the Expert (1-hour presentation – replays available):

  • None scheduled – check out replays
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  1. Paul Hardy

    This was supposed to be out Mid 2015, now delayed to Mid 2016. So, in real life probably will be released about this time next year, or possibly Mid 2017.

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