SAP S/4HANA 1610 Release Highlights
SAP S/4HANA, the next-generation ERP business suite, was introduced for the on-premise market in early 2015, and the 1511 released last November brought key innovations and simplifications in Procurement, Manufacturing, Supply Chain, and more.
SAP S/4HANA 1610, our next key release for the on-premise market, is just around the corner.
This blog is the first of a series on this new business suite, that will cover different topics, going from user experience to line of business (LoB) innovations.
What can you expect with this new release?
1) An elegant UX – across the suite, with the new Fiori theme, and many new user-centric applications
2) Innovations along all LoBs – including Finance, Procurement, Quality Management or Warehouse Management
3) The power of SAP HANA – the transactional, analytical and search worlds become one, for the benefit of the to end-users
Where can you start the discovery?
The brand new Release Highlights we have prepared for you will give early details on the business scope of SAP S/4HANA 1610 and touch some of the innovations.
Enjoy this early information, and stay tuned for more details on SAP S/4HANA 1610 that will be released at launch day.
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Thx for the much awaited news....
Thanks Monika, glad it is helpfull!
I created following blog based on TechED info...
Thanks for the Early Information!
Does a customer that already has the license for OP 1511 need to buy a new one for OP 1610? Or it would be an upgrade?
My POV is that the core 1610 product is an upgrade. However if you would like to use embedded EWM (advance WH functions), PP/DS etc then this has to be separately licensed. Talk to SAP directly to get clarity on what additional licenses need to be purchased.
I saw the TEC100 presentation and EWM, Simple Finance, MDG, PPDS and others does not reflect license. So, if you have 1610 license, you can use these functions without aditional license.
In my POV 1610 is an upgrade, but I didn't find any documentation clarifying it.
Lot of news about the SAP Fiori launchpad 2.0 but what is the future of Enterprise Portal? Should customers invest time and money in Fiori2.0 instead of EP?
For information SAP EP with a Fiori Framework allow to get results very close from Fiori Launchpad 2.0. You keep the advantages of having the portal (federation of system, use of alias) and the roadmap is clear, EP is part of the future.