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Relying on traditional, manual intensive SAP change management makes it difficult to deliver faster, better and safer SAP applications and enhancements. It also means there are less resources and time to focus on innovation which is crucial for survival in the digital age.
The SAP TechEd conference starts this week and we’re more excited than ever. There are two things in particular we’re looking forward to discussing at TechEd.
Agile development, promising rapid delivery of working software, is increasingly being viewed as crucial in keeping businesses competitive in the digital age. The adoption of agile development and DevOps initiatives for SAP enables the delivery of more frequent releases in a set period or sprint.
I recently came across “Digital Transformation and the CIO: A point of view prepared by IBM and SAP”. What stood out in this eBook is the need for SAP IT teams to develop systems, processes, and methodologies to deliver continuous innovation for the business. CIOs see agile as key to fostering innovation. Meaning agility is fast…
These days it’s hard to find companies using SAP where a modern approach to improving SAP change management is not top of mind with business owners or IT leaders.
Agile is a term that SAP IT teams are hearing more frequently these days. It shouldn’t come as a surprise. Today, businesses across every sector, must react quickly to constant changes in the marketplace to survive. However, to understand why agile is such a hot topic, you need to know something about the benefits of agile for SAP solutions.
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Just before the recent SAPPHIRE conference, SAP quietly announced the “beta” availability of a new Cloud-based Transport Management System which is supposed to be similar to CTS+. Since it’s still in beta, it’s hard to determine exactly how it will work. However, SAP states that it will support a wide variety of content and many different types of target environments.
Apple started a revolution with the concept of an app on the first iPhone. It has been interesting to see the impact it has had on different organizations’ product evolution.
When I turned on my first iPhone, I was confused. The phone function is just an app now. How does it get the same amount of real estate as the calendar? A different app for messaging and another for Internet – this was revolutionary.
Lately, almost every SAP IT team member I speak to is telling me that their organization has a digital transformation strategy. Things like DevOps, Agile and Continuous Delivery are top of mind. However, many are still grappling with ways to increase change velocity, maintain quality and deliver at the rate business demands.
Recently, Rev-Trac announced it won’t charge additional license fees for integration to 3rd party applications like ServiceNow, HP, ALM etc. Also, customers on the current 7.x version of Rev-Trac can leverage the value of our SALT application without the burden of additional license costs.
The goal of a DevOps approach is the delivery of business solutions at the speed and quality customers demand. This means one must increase the volume of change delivered and increase the velocity at which it is delivered. And because quality is important, it means doing so without a reduction in governance or quality control.
Our customers sometimes amaze me – in a good way. Many organizations have been kicking around the agile, DevOps and continuous delivery phrases for some time now, but we haven’t seen very many execute on their plans.