SAP S/4HANA is SAP’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software built for the needs of large enterprises. While SAP S/4HANA is already a powerful, feature-rich system that can help transform your business processes, you can make further enhancements to the platform that will multiply your return on investment.
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Process mining is a powerful technique to bring greater transparency to your business operations, improve your processes, and make smarter predictions and decisions. But what is process mining exactly, and how can you transform your SAP S/4HANA deployment with process mining?
In today's increasingly digital landscape, software is often the key to industry disruption. A company that delivers products faster, without adding costs to the customer, gains a bigger market share. It is software that is the backbone of some the largest industry disruptors, with services like ride sharing, home sharing and other services acting as a guidepost of how technology platforms can innovate otherwise stagnant industries like hospitality and consumer transportation.
What this means for business is clear: A faster business app development cycle is the foundation for long-term success.
Business process management (BPM) is a methodical business approach that improves a company's workflow. When developed, integrated and applied correctly, BPM has the can improve business processes throughout the entire organization. The most important developmental aspect of any effective BPM plan is its organizational structure, starting with the lead position and filtering down to all other levels.
Business process management (BPM) is a methodology that allows businesses to identify and develop their processes in a manner that allows for continuous improvement. BPM can be applied to all aspects of a business from production to IT to human resources.
Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is a concept that guides businesses to develop services that can be reused instead of building static applications that can only be applied to one specific process or department.