Reimagining Business with SAP S/4 HANA

Reimagining Business with SAP S/4 HANA

Clockhouse, London,

SAP S/4HANA isn't just the solution that can transform your company for the future. It is the solution that can grow your business right now. As industrial machinery and industrial  components companies digitalize their business, they focus on strategic priorities that require new business capabilities along the entire value chain.

Join the CSI team that have developed four industry specific templates around professional services, warehouse and distribution, professional services and manufacturing, to create the future of your business.

Our team have experienced global implementations and participation in this complimentary workshop will allow you to develop a roadmap to guide you on the journey to HANA.

We are hosted by SAP at Clockhouse Place and will harness the state of the art facilities at the Innovation Centre to allow delegates to reimagine their business processes and enable their business to survive and thrive. 

Agenda - 

Chair: Ian Rutherford - CSI

Introduction: 20 mins in Surround Room - 

• Core message – “Transformation is coming”

• Core message – S/4HANA is the enabler

• Question - Do you know your roadmap?

Design Thinking: 60 mins in Design Thinking room

• Objective – Focus on Pain Points and identifying business inhibitors

• Question – Can you adapt to survive and thrive

Break: 30 mins Break and visit Sport room - 

• Objective – Real time insights powered by HANA

• Core message –S/4HANA enables innovation - create the future today

Solution: 60 mins in Solutions room –

• Objective – How can you harness the power of S/4HANA 1610 to transform your

business, deliver more value and address issues identified in the design thinking

session

Close: 10 mins Wrap up and Next Steps

 

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