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Part 2: Transition Road Maps Series: Deep Dive Into the SAP S/4HANA Transition Road Maps Webcast Summary

This is from another SAP User Group webcast

Don’t forget to join us August 8 BI: SAP S/4HANA and SAP Analytics (Focus on SAP Analytics Cloud): Where to Do What?

Replay is here

Part 1 is here Introduction to the SAP S/4HANA Transition Road Map Webinar Summary | SAP Blogs

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Road map viewer is here

Time line left to right

Work streams to left

Each box is an activity

Super set of all scenarios

Clean up slide based on your plan

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Decide which activities should be done by SAP/partner

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Covers SAP services

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More about transformation navigator

Map to new solution – readiness check

New 2.0 check – all simplification check, and a rating

High level plan is created

Design Activities

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Activate solution – creating a sandbox version for Fit/Gap – first conversion

New implementations – set up sandbox, preconfigured content from SAP Activate, or SAP CAL, or model company

SAP CAL has sample data

Run design activities on pre configured system to identify deltas

Next step is Fit/Gip

– add sample data

– enhance configuration according to requirements

– identify gaps in workshop

The step after is to create a design

-UX design

-custom code

-data migration

This is documented in Road map viewer

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Service info sheets – in the road map

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More about SAP services

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The project plan

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More about the project plan template

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You can use the project plan with Solution Manager; check the read me file

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Steps to consume road map viewer

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Something to try on your own

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Have you used the road map viewer in your project?

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