How to efficiently prepare for the transition to SAP S/4HANA System Conversion?

Are you planning for a smooth transitioning of an SAP ERP system to SAP S/4HANA? Tune into this webinar on "How to efficiently prepare for the transition to SAP S/4HANA System Conversion?” and discover how businesses can transition to a next-generation enterprise system SAP S/4HANA in their existing SAP ERP-centric landscape with minimal business impact. In this webinar, our industry experts - Dr Srinivas Bandi and Mr Ramesh Srinivasan talked about a winning approach to improve SAP ERP capabilities using right SAP S/4HANA implementation strategy and create differentiated capabilities to gain a competitive edge. 


For every agile business, migration to SAP S/4HANA has become a vital step to accelerate Digital Transformation journey. As a straight-forward strategy, SAP S/4HANA has been embraced by many enterprises to overcome challenges associated with data quality and data migration. Also, it helped in creating digitally agile architectures across on-premise, cloud, and hybrid environments — all within budget and timeline constraints.
SAP S/HANA is a next-generation enterprise system built on SAP HANA in-memory platform and runs exclusively on the HANA database. With strategic investment in SAP S/4HANA, an enterprise can gain improved user experience, streamlined transactions, real-time data, table simplification, and flexible APIs. It can be leveraged to simplify complex data-driven processes that result in speedy outcomes, continuous business innovation, and greater flexibility along with potential benefits of AI capabilities.
Everyone is moving to SAP S/4HANA, but businesses must understand that to reap its benefits they need to first move there successfully. The process of SAP S/4HANA implementation and transitioning is a complex one and many unforeseen challenges are ranging from insufficient planning to obsolete tools and more - limiting the effectiveness of SAP S/4HANA.
Watch this webinar by our speakers Dr. Srinivas Bandi and Mr. Ramesh Srinivasan who deep-dived into scalable SAP S/4HANA implementation options and talked about a step-by-step roadmap for transitioning to this modern digital SAP S/4HANA platform using proven tools and services. 

Key Takeaways:

  • What, when, and how can you prepare for the system conversion to S/4HANA?
  • Top five challenges and pitfalls to be aware of in S/4HANA System Conversion.
  • Tools and techniques to identify the requirements, readiness, and dependencies of Technical Landscape, Application, Custom Code, and Data
  • Numerous pros and cons of using SAP S/4HANA System Conversion approach.
  • Ways to accelerate the Conversion to SAP S/4HANA safely.

     Our Speakers

Dr. Srinivas Bandi – Vice President, Digital Enterprises - Kellton

A technology professional with 16+ years of rich experience in SAP consulting, Dr. Bandi has adorned many hats during his long and illustrious career. His current role in the organization is as Vice President - SAP Solutions and Head S/4HANA Center of Excellence. Dr. Bandi has expertise in SAP Roadmap Consulting, encompassing SAP Best Practices implementation and adopting SAP Standard Processes minimizing customization. A Doctorate in Business Studies, Dr. Bandi has vast experience demonstrating SAP S/4HANA capabilities and addressing unique business requirements via delivering prototypes and helping clients draw maximum business value from their SAP investments.

Mr. Ramesh Srinivasan - Enterprise Architect SAP, Digital Enterprises - Kellton

He is an experienced Enterprise Architect for SAP technology and domain leader with a demonstrated history of S/4HANA CoE, Solution design and architect, delivery assurance in S/4 HANA and SAP Cloud Migrations, successful implementations of mission-critical enterprise software as well as delivering solutions to complex business problems. With a strong architecture background and industry knowledge, Mr. Ramesh Srinivasan brings to Kellton over 33 years of progressive IT experience, including 22+ years of expertise in SAP products.