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Accelerate your move to SAP S/4HANA
Looking for ways to accelerate the move to S/4HANA and cloud migration and keep the costs of the new HANA database down?
Fast track your way to S/4HANA by preparing your data foundation in advance. Analyzing and archiving prior to a migration can cut your database size by up to 50% allowing you to migrate to a smaller HANA system – reducing costs and freeing up vital IT budget in advance, which could ultimately be invested in the migration project itself – win-win!
Archiving to the cloud with Datavard OutBoard, not only offers a more cost effective storage solution, but also ensures access to all your important historical data – no matter where it is stored, whilst staying compliant with all sap regulations for access rights.
Watch our Datalicious Tour: SAP ERP Archiving to find out more on how Datavard, as one of the SAP Selective Data Transition Engagement partners, can help you execute on your transformation strategy. Learn how to identify archiving potential and find cheaper storage solutions for data prior to starting an S/4 HANA migration and hear Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Architect Roman Broich talk about the benefits of archiving to the cloud.
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Keynote: Data – Getting everything you can out of all you’ve got
Data is essential for innovation. But, it is also a cost driver – Datavard CEO will talk about how to find the right balance in the data-driven world.
Session 1: Smash Costs and Accelerate ERP Archiving
Product Manager, Datavard
Session 2: Archiving to the cloud with Datavard and Microsoft Azure
Cloud Solution Architect, Microsoft
Session 3: How best to analyze your current system to identify archiving potential
Senior Manager - ILM Consulting, Datavard
— Data Detox — curb your data growth and cut storage costs — Data Archiving — Document processing — OpentText migration — legacy data — legal hold — retention management — cloud support for archiving and data decommissioning — project insights — hard offers — product demos —