WEBINAR: Achieving deep ERP/SAP integration

Are you ready to experience the benefits of S/4HANA?

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Though the deadline of 2025 set by SAP for migration to their new and improved ERP system S/4HANA may still seem like a long way off, the sooner IT decision-makers finalise their migration plan and what their desired future ERP landscape will look like, the better.

With a powerful in-memory platform, S/4HANA is able to boast impressive improvements in simplicity and ease of use. Meanwhile, thanks to automated upgrades, it crucially also promises to be a more future-proof solution. However, as with any ERP system, it has its limitations, and unfortunately too few IT decision makers are aware of how best to optimise this system for their business.

In the context of more and more companies opting to supplement their main ERP system with external solutions for key business processes, this webinar will examine the benefits and hazards of moving to a so-called ‘postmodern’ ERP system. In particular we’ll analyse SAP S/4HANA’s EDI capabilities and the potential benefits of integrating an external EDI solution.

Topics covered will include:

  • The benefits and limitations of S/4HANA
  • Postmodern ERP systems – an introduction
  • How difficult is integrating an efficient EDI solution into S/4HANA?
  • Relieving the strain on in-house resources
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Presenter Philipp Liegl


Philipp Liegl
Managing Director

At ecosio Philipp is responsible for the operational business and coordinates the customer projects. Thereby, he consults international companies in the development of appropriate concepts and solutions for the realization of electronic data interchange – mainly in SAP ERP environments.


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