I’m happy to announce the release of the SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Implementation with SAP Activate eBook, which we have pre-announced in the SAP Activate blog series over the past few weeks. If you missed our previous blog posts, they are listed at the very end of this text. The eBook is available from SAP PRESS and you can get it with a 15% discount if you use code SAPACT15 on this website.
We have written this eBook to help our customers, partners and colleagues learn how to best apply SAP Activate framework in their next implementation of the intelligent ERP, SAP S/4HANA Cloud.
The eBook will be your guide to understanding the benefits and process for deployment of SAP’s cloud ERP in your business. It details the six phases of SAP Activate framework from Discover, Prepare, Explore, Realize, Deploy, to Running your solution. The six-phase approach applies SAP Best Practices, Guided Configuration and Methodology to shorten deployment timelines, reduce costs, and simplify the implementation of SAP S/4HANA Cloud. You will learn about the application of techniques like fit-to-standard analysis to accelerate your onboarding into SAP S/4HANA Cloud. You can explore the Guided Configuration capabilities for solution configuration, testing and data loads that simplify your implementation experience. Understand the resources available to you, which enable your team on SAP Activate, including an engaging community on SAP Jam, learning resources, and key enablers like SAP Roadmap Viewer or SAP Best Practices Explorer. And there is more!
We invite you to learn from the SAP S/4HANA Cloud: Implementation with SAP Activate eBook; let it broaden your SAP Activate skills, knowledge, and experience. We hope you enjoy the book and encourage you to leave your feedback within this post or on our SAP Activate Jam Community!
You can reach us on Twitter via @SDenecken and @janmusil. You can find past blog posts in the SAP Communities space with tag #sapactivate, as well as in the SAP Activate Methodology Jam group (request access here), the community of 20k people already actively engaged.
SAP Activate Blog Series we kicked off few weeks ago: