Five Minute Briefing - SAP
June 22, 2022
Published in conjunction with the Independent SAP Technical User Group (formerly the International Sybase User Group), this monthly publication contains news, market research, insight for the SAP user community, as well as ISUG-TECH news and information.
invenioLSI, a company with decades of experience as an SAP integrator offering cloud solutions, in partnership with RISE with SAP, is now building intelligent business operations for the public sector with advanced solutions like AI and robotics. invenioLSI's focus on diversifying their global AMS and cloud portfolio offers RISE with SAP for customers interested in migrating legacy or ERP applications to SAP cloud solutions.
LeanIX is expanding its partnership with SAP to accelerate digital transformation journeys, announcing its Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) solution is now an SAP Endorsed App, available on the SAP Store. The solution helps companies map their critical business processes to their enterprise architecture, SaaS, and microservices landscapes, providing greater process transparency and control.
Syniti is introducing a new offering with IBM—the IBM Data Readiness Assessment with Syniti Knowledge Platform—to help accelerate digital transformation for their joint customers preparing to transition to SAP S/4HANA. The new offering helps further the common goal of accelerating digital transformations and driving continuous innovation by starting with a clean and quality data foundation.
When organizations move their SAP applications to a cloud provider, what they are really doing is placing their mission-critical application into someone else's hands—this exacerbates the need for more cybersecurity monitoring to ensure the provider is handling it with care. Beware, some cloud service providers offer a monitoring service, but the customer also needs to have a process in place to understand what activities are ongoing in the hosted SAP system.
Think About It
As we advance deeper into the digitally roaring 2020s, data executives and professionals are seeing change on a scale never seen before in their careers. A new generation of technologies that often build on previous solutions means new ways of working and ensuring performance for today's increasingly data-driven enterprises. We asked industry leaders for their views on what technology is enhancing enterprises' ability to compete on data.