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SAP Best Practices for SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1802 ERP Software

We are pleased to announce the availability of SAP Best Practices for S/4HANA Cloud 1802 on SAP Best Practices Explorer (SAP BPX).  With this release, content is provided for five additional countries and one additional language, bringing the total available countries to 35 and 18 available languages. 

Discover SAP Best Practices for SAP S/4HANA Cloud 1802, the latest release of our cloud-based enterprise resource planning software.

Easy access to language specific and localization specific content is a key customer requirement:  with the February update of SAP BPX, the user interface will support multiple languages. With the SAP Best Practices for S/4HANA Cloud 1802 release, content is now provided in Japanese, German and Portuguese directly in the user interface for the relevant country versions.

Furthermore, the online help for SAP BPX has been enhanced to provide clearer instructions to users about how to access translated content.

With the Best Practices Explorer providing a standardized set of assets per business process and informing on the business processes – the number of users have increased to more than 3,500 – a clear indication of the value that BPX is bringing with implementing S/4HANA.  With a continuous growth of functional content, the number of asset downloads per month has increased from 25,000 to more than 30,000.

On SAP BPX, you will find links to download the whole package or individual assets such as, software and delivery requirements, configuration documents, among many other documents.

Visit SAP Best Practices Explorer to navigate the whole portfolio with an easy-to-use A-Z index.


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      Author's profile photo Gavin Quinn
      Gavin Quinn

      Hi Sven -- thanks for the update.  An example of how someone used this best practice explorer within a project may be very helpful!