Dimension Data partners with SAP to implement and support business application software and technology platforms to solve complex business problems that add value to our clients.
Dimension Data felt it necessary to implement public cloud in their own environment to obtain valuable experience in the field and at the same time benefit from a fully integrated, real-time solution for their business.
Why Dimension Data strived to implement S/4 HANA Public Cloud for themselves
Dimension Data felt it necessary to implement public cloud in their own environment in order to obtain valuable experience in the field and at the same time benefit from a fully integrated, real-time solution for their business. Implementing S/4 HANA in their own environment, they aimed to become a trusted partner in the field of SAP S/4 HANA Cloud by implementing the solution in its own environment. They strived to standardise and streamline processes across its business units to ensure adherence.
How the Dimension Data SAP Team implemented S/4 HANA
The SAP team implemented the Finance and Logistics, Professional Services including Resource Management Modules of SAP S/4 HANA Cloud across all of business units .A public cloud SAP S/4 HANA solution to support the Finance, Logistics, Resource Management and Professional Services departments. Fit-to-standard processes based on global SAP best practice. Standardisation of processes across all business divisions.
What the S/4 HANA Public Cloud is adding to Dimension Data
- Learned valuable lessons pertaining to the S/4 HANA Cloud solution which can be leveraged in future implementations at customers.
- Seamless integration between processes is saving time and improving accuracy and control.
- Valuable implementation experience in SAP S/4 HANA Cloud replaced disparate legacy solutions, adoption of integrated best practice processes and created agility for innovation and optimisation.
- They improved governance and security with near real-time reporting while improving the user experience.
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