SAP Implementation Services

Comprehensive ERP from SAP for SME, Quick to Implement, Affordable and Flexible

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TriazineSoftware helps growing business needs the right technology platform to help manage that growth and to lay a foundation for further success. In particular, growing small and midsize enterprises (SMEs) need software to help streamline operations, control costs, and gain visibility throughout the organization

SAP implementation is a collection of practices and workflows intended to design, build and tune an SAP landscape. SAP landscapes are all unique, so SAP implementations are seldom the same. Each has its own organization-specific requirements based on distinctive SAP configurations, customizations and combinations of SAP and third-party modules.

SAP implementations do have a lot riding on them, though. Mistakes are costly. A poor SAP implementation can result in brand damage, loss of revenue, negative customer experience, excessive IT and business operational expenses and frustrated employees.

SAP Implementation Objectives

Triazine aims to adopt SAP implementation to meet these following objectives

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Integrated Systems

An integrated system that operates in (or near) real time without relying on periodic updates

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Application Support

A common database that supports all applications

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Business Consistency

A consistent look and feel across all business areas

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On-time delivery

Our team is dedicated to provide you with continual maintenance and real-time support services to meet all your software requirements

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Allocated budget

Improve the readiness of your project for support & maintenance and save your time & cost with our pre‑support auditing service.

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Expected functionality

As the timelines and costs are decreasing, product features are increasing and this way the development of middleware components has become essential in the design of embedded systems

Phase wise SAP Implementation

SAP implementations do have a lot riding on them, though. Mistakes are costly. A poor SAP implementation can result in brand damage, loss of revenue, negative customer experience, excessive IT and business operational expenses and frustrated employees. SAP implementation is a collection of practices and workflows intended to design, build and tune an SAP landscape. SAP landscapes are all unique, so SAP implementations are seldom the same. Each has its own organization-specific requirements based on distinctive SAP configurations, customizations and combinations of SAP and third-party modules.

  • Project Preparation

    Initial planning and preparation for the implementation

  • Business Blueprint

    To derive on common understanding of how the company intends to run SAP to support their business

  • Realization

    Implement the business process requirements based on the blueprint.

  • Final Preparation

    To complete the final preparation that incudes testing, end-user training, system management and cutover activities, to finalize the readiness to go-live

  • GO-LIVE and Support

    To move from a project-oriented, pre-production environment to live production operation.

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Installation vs. Migration vs. Upgrades

SAP implementation work arises in three main settings. The first is installation, such as with a product like SAP S/4HANA. New or old customers need installations. With an existing customer, the implementation may occur because the customer has such an extensively customized landscape that it’s better in the long-run to build a new system from scratch.

Migrations, in contrast, involve moving an SAP product between hosted environments. A migration might also mean moving SAP from one database to another. Migrations usually occur in multiple phases. They are by nature, complex and require frequent testing. An SAP upgrade is an implementation project that moves an SAP instance to a newer version. This could be something relatively simple, like adding enhancement packs. Some upgrades are challenging, however, requiring a great deal of planning and testing to successfully implement.