Next-generation SAP Business Scenario Recommendations for SAP S/4HANA – Get your free report today!
Update 04/2023: The successor of Process Discovery and SAP Business Scenario Recommendations for SAP S/4HANA is now in beta phase: SAP Signavio Process Insights, discovery edition – to get more information read this blog.
The success story of the SAP Business Scenario Recommendations report continues:
After having delivered over 10.000 reports to satisfied customers we started at 2019 SAPPHIRE NOW and ASUG Annual conference the pilot phase of the next version, which is since September generally available.
The next-generation SAP Business Scenario Recommendations report provides you with tailor-made insights to build your case for SAP S/4HANA.
The report answers the following key questions from customers:
- Why move from SAP ERP to SAP S/4HANA?
- What can SAP S/4HANA do for my enterprise? What are the benefits for each lines of business?
- Which innovations are most relevant and what are the next steps?
The free of charge next-generation SAP Business Scenario Recommendations (BSR) report outlines why customers should move from SAP ERP to SAP S/4HANA by identifying the most valuable SAP S/4HANA business scenarios for each line of business:
The next-generation BSR report provides unique business performance insights based on the actual usage of your current SAP ERP system:
The details include business performance data and insightful industry benchmarks:
Customers can browse through the results report by line of business and review individual business scenario details that include: business context, value, business drivers, SAP S/4HANA and SAP Fiori innovation, improved transactions, and more:
How to get it
With little effort you can request your own next-generation SAP Business Scenario recommendations for SAP S/4HANA report. Please follow the instructions and apply on your productive system SAP notes 2758146 and 2745851 . This will generate a zip-file containing the data we will need to generate the report.
Go to the www.s4hana.com, complete the form, upload your data and submit it. The report is free-of-charge for customers on SAP maintenance.
During pilot phase we will send you the results report via email within approximately 10 business days after receiving your input. There is no further action from your side required. In case of questions please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming SAP User Group webinars and recording
Join one of the upcoming SAP User Group webinars to learn more about the next-generation SAP Business Scenario Recommendations and how to easily identify the most valuable digitized business scenarios for your enterprise. The next-generation BSR is an essential first step in building a business case for SAP S/4HANA and securing the buy-in from your senior business executives (CEO, CFO etc).
Recording and presentation from first webinar:
Next webinar option: September 26, 2019 – 10 am (CET)
More information: https://webinars.sap.com/sap-user-groups-k4u/en/ccoe#190926
And finally you can watch this video to learn how to read and understand the next-generation BSR results report:
As I understand it, for this report, SAP requires ST03 usage data. What is being analyzed with this data and will it be used for other purposes within SAP? Will it be destroyed once the report is done?
Q16 of the FAQ document covers the usage of data:
Is this report also applicable for Greenfield implementation customers or non-SAP customers who would like to implement SAP S/4HANA? If not, then is there any other report like this available for them ?
Process Discovery (new name for BSR) is only available for customer, who have a live ECC6 system.
In case the customer does not, then the pre-sales and a value engineering colleagues need to engage with the customer in a standard sales process.
Process Discovery is an accelerator for moving to S/4 and transform their current processes.
If the customer is currently on ECC6 but wishes to make a greenfield implementation, Process Discovery is still valuable to understand what capabilities of S/4 they will probably need, or even can use.