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SAP Solution Manager 7.2: Changing the Landscape of Process Management Solutions

[fa icon="calendar"] 20/03/17 08:30 by Editorial Team

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We are all aware that many enterprise-level organisations are understandably concerned with evolution into the digital landscape. However, there are indeed hurdles which need to be overcome. This is particularly the case in regards to modularity, scalability, centralisation and intuitive digital architecture.
 
It is therefore quite interesting to learn that SAP Solution Manager 7.2 is considered to be one of the leading platforms in regards to effective digital transformation solutions within real-time environments. Let us take a closer look at this turnkey platform in order to appreciate the discrete advantages that it is able to offer the modern business.
 
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The Power of Malleable Architecture

One of the most profound problems often encountered with digital transformation is that cross-platform adoption is difficult to achieve within the business environment. SAP Solution Manager 7.2 aims to take the guesswork out of this equation by providing an intuitive and user-friendly platform.
 
In particular, it is now possible to deploy the vaunted SAP S/4HANA framework in synergy with other options; saving both time and in-house resources. A rise in early sales has already illustrated the popularity of this bundle and yet, there are other functional benefits to be enjoyed.
 

Additional End-User Benefits

IT teams are constantly looking for flexible and adaptable means which can be used to expedite cross-channel digital solutions. One of the main takeaway points of this system is that it can provide such methods within an easy-to-use architecture.

This solutions manager can be used to optimise existing SAP S/4HANA software. The main benefit here is that users will now be able to perform highly technical analyses from a centralised framework as opposed to incorporating disparate systems only to achieve less-than-optimal results.

We also need to take into account the critical role played by hybrid scenarios and cloud storage solutions. In other words, the process of integrating cloud-based redundancy with on-premises architecture is much easier to achieve. This is not often possible through the use of native architecture alone.

Highly integrated and pre-configured solutions are likewise now much more of a reality thanks to this package. This is a massive benefit due to the fact that all of the advantages of a fully functional consulting platform are accessible at no additional cost to the user. Thus, enterprises on a limited budget can make the most out of such software.

Enhanced Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a final element included within SAP Solution Manager 7.2. The main takeaway point here is that all metrics are now presented in a graphical format. Results and KPIs are much easier to interpret and thus, on-the-fly changes can be made as required from time to time.
 
 

Digital transformation

There is no doubt that this bespoke software package is continuing to redefine the digital transformation landscape. Other benefits which cannot be denied:
  • Actively monitoring functions
  • Streamlined deployment tools
  • Real-time tracking 
Firms which are looking to fully embrace a digital edge are encouraged to examine this bundle in closer detail.
 
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