SAP S/4HANA is the next generation of SAP's enterprise suite. This new version brings significant capabilities around analytics and reporting, features simplified accounting processes, and is architected to connect people, devices and business networks in real time, enabling the flexibility of applications across desktop computers, tablets and smartphones.
Many companies are treating S/4HANA projects as a business transformation opportunity and creating large-scale implementation initiatives that require the attention and buy-in of various functions across the organization. This article includes a table of areas affected by S/4HANA implementation/migrations, including the area affected, key changes and risk/compliance implications. It also covers how to support S/4HANA projects, potential risks and key questions to ask.