Great News!!!

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SAP has made SAP Solution Manager 7.2 generally available to all customers. After a successful early adoption program

involving 400+ SAP customers and partners, there are more than 30 SAP customers live already!

This is the first major revision in 5 years and delivers an integrated end-to-end platform for building and running your innovation and operations initiatives whether they are Digital Transformation, transition to S/4HANA, Operations Control Centres, Solution Improvements etc… The platform is open and supports both SAP and non-SAP solutions allowing to use this as your central IT Management platform.

This new release provides solutions to increase collaboration with the business, accelerate your time-to-value and provide more transparency across IT solutions and business processes. With support until the end of 2025, focused solutions to accelerate adoption and a new simplified user interface, this provides the opportunity for customers to transform the way solutions are built and run whilst still delivering new solutions to the business in a shorter timeframe.

Where Can You Start Today?

There is a lot of information available already.  The links below provide a useful starting point to find out more information on SAP Solution Manager 7.2: –

SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Global Roadshow

To support the rollout for the new release, SAP – in conjunction with local user groups – is running a series of events around the world to provide you with

more detail on the benefits and content of the release, demonstrations of its capabilities and how to adopt it.


A list of past and future events can be on the SAP Support Portal – click here

For those attending these events, you will be receive a voucher for a free eBook copy of the new SAP Solution Manager 7.2 book.


For UKI customers, you can find more details of the event running in London in October – click here or on the video below.

I look forward to meeting you at the UKI event!

Andy Lawrence

IT Delivery & Operations Architect at SAP

You can connect with me on Twitter and LinkedIn


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