IT News

What's in Each SAP S/4HANA On-Premise Release

March 30, 2020

SAP S/4HANA—first introduced in February 2015—is SAP’s current ERP system as well as the core of the intelligent enterprise. It’s the future state that’s already here. 

SAP has released an upgrade to the on-premise edition each year since it first introduced SAP S/4HANA. Those include 1511, 1610, 1709, 1809, and most recently, 1909. Each of these releases has introduced significant additions and advances to the platform, as well as some unintended consequences. In this article, we’ll go over the five major on-premise releases, detail their most notable additions, and give you the information you need to decide which version of SAP S/4HANA is right for your enterprise.

SAP S/4HANA: Release 1909

For the third year in a row, SAP buckled down on automation and machine learning. SAP S/4HANA release 1909 went even further, ingraining these capabilities into the core of the platform. The “Digital Core,” as SAP calls it, is a new architecture that embeds automation and system intelligence to help with business practices across the entire SAP S/4HANA platform. 

Version 1909 introduced new innovations to many of the SAP S/4HANA key LoBs that directly use all these new automated capabilities. For example, customers in the manufacturing sector now have a predictive material and resource planning application that can reduce inventory carry costs by predicting the demand for components and materials. 

The finance and sales components of SAP S/4HANA also saw significant updates. Financial users now have access to group reporting and financial planning with SAP Analytics Cloud. Users working in sales have more workflows for sales documents—for example, they can manage approvals for workflows and receive notifications related to those workflows.

Highlights of the SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2002 Release (February 2020)

January 30, 2020

We are proud to announce the general availability of our SAP S/4HANA Cloud 2002 release today. 

The first release of this year brings great innovations in all Lines of Business and industries and adds a lot more features and improvements that support the intelligent enterprise. Also via the embedded SAP Analytics Cloud (SAC) we’re adding more capabilities for clients to analyze and steer their companies, and we’re also enriching SAP S/4HANA Cloud with more intelligent robotic process automation (iRPA) capabilities. 

In this blog post you will find my favorites of some of the latest and greatest SAP #S4HANA #Cloud 2002 highlights. 

Next Generation of SAP CX Commerce Arms Organizations to Drive Contextual Shopping Experiences

August 14, 2019

The new release of SAP CX Commerce contains several enhancements, including:

  • SAP Customer Experience solution — A redesigned content management system with a new user interface (UI) allows marketers to easily manage content across all channels in a single business tool. As a result, they can create personalized sites and experiences in the context of the customer more intuitively than ever before.

  • New promotions engine — Flexible and easy to extend, this new feature allows business users to create and deploy dynamic promotions on the fly without IT involvement, putting full control over promotions directly in their hands.

  • Customer support — A new back-office UI includes all the capabilities customer service and sales agents need to provide exceptional service and sales support across all touch points.

  • Enhanced back-office — The back-office framework has been enhanced with new validation capabilities and widgets to make it easier and quicker to build customized applications and business tools.

Please reload

© 2020 by ASER Group. All Rights Reserved.

logo-designer%20(1)_edited.png
  • Twitter - círculo blanco
  • Facebook - círculo blanco
  • LinkedIn - círculo blanco