General Availability of Two New SAP Readiness Check Scenarios
After the successful close of the pilot phases, we are excited to announce the general availability of the following SAP Readiness Check scenarios:
- SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP usage and data profiling
- SAP Readiness Check for Customer Experience solutions
SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP Usage and Data Profiling
This SAP Readiness Check scenario supports you in analyzing your SAP ERP 6.0 system during the discovery phase of a transition project to SAP S/4HANA to support identifying the best-fitting transition approach to SAP S/4HANA. The analysis results help to better understand the complexity of a potential transition project and give insights into the configuration and data volume footprint of the current system.
SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP usage and data profiling covers these key topic areas:
- Detailed Data Profile
- SAP ERP Solution Usage Profile
- Initial Data Migration Profile
- Organizational Structure Profile
A detailed description of the topic areas can be found in the blog SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP Usage and Data Profiling – Now in Pilot Phase | SAP Blogs.
To set up and run SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP usage and data profiling on your system, follow the instructions in SAP Note 3112362 – SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP usage and data profiling.
SAP Readiness Check for Customer Experience Solutions
SAP Readiness Check for Customer Experience solutions shows how the current SAP CRM system is used, how it deviates from the standard, and what needs to be considered when planning the transition to the latest SAP Customer Experience solutions.
The analyses cover the following key topic areas:
- Solution usage profile
- Custom developments (both ABAP and BSP enhancements)
- Custom fields and custom tables
- Business functions
- Data migration
For detailed information on the available checks and topic areas, refer to these blogs:
SAP Readiness Check for SAP Customer Experience Solutions – Now in Pilot Phase | SAP Blogs
SAP Readiness Check for SAP Customer Experience Solutions – New Release Now in Pilot Phase | SAP Blogs
To set up and run SAP Readiness Check for SAP Customer Experience solutions in your system, follow the instructions in SAP Note 3123220 – SAP Readiness Check for SAP Customer Experience solutions.
As always, we look forward to receiving your feedback!
Your SAP Readiness Check Team
Hi Astrid and SAP Readiness Check Team!
Thanks a lot for keeping us informed about the new Readiness Check for SAP CX provided through SAP CRM on-premise. We and our partner ecosystem are looking forward to guide existing CRM customers on their transformation journey toward integrated, modern service, sales, commerce, marketing and customer data solutions across industries.
Hi Astrid Tschense,
thanks for sharing this new informations - great news!
One question: We use the Standard SAP Readiness Check for our customers. Should we use these new scenarios additionally beside our Standard Readiness Check or is there a function for embed this in the Standard Readiness Check as an additional tile on the Dashboard?
Thanks & Regards,
thank you for raising that question!
You need to create a new analysis with the collected data for SAP Readiness Check for SAP ERP Usage and Data Profiling. Since the character of the collected information in the UDP scenario (solution usage, configuration and data volume footprint) differs from the results displayed in the SAP Readiness Check for SAP S/4HANA (which are "must-dos" to prepare the conversion), we prefer to keep these analyses separate.
But of course it is possible to run both analyses in the same SAP ERP system and it may provide very good insights in an early planning phase to look on both results, for example to support the decision for the best transition path to SAP S/4HANA .
thanks for the feedback!
Yes, although this is an additional Check (and not a "must"), it would be good for the analysis besides the other pre-checks.
Especially the usage data of the application area´s (Finance, Logistic etc.) would be good for evaluating the best transition path as you said.