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Selective Data Transformation: Using SAP S/4HANA to turn your business to an intelligent enterprise

Learn key insights on how SAP S/4HANA can give you the flexibility to adapt and customise your business data and processes seamlessly—all in real-time.

The pandemic isn’t over yet, but many companies face numerous obstacles in managing and operating their businesses. Coping with these challenges and leveraging them into new opportunities require them to be more intelligent.

By engaging Selective Data Transformation approach as part of their digitisation efforts, businesses can utilise Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems like SAP S/4HANA to customise, process and analyse huge amounts of data in real-time. The end result of moving to S/4HANA and cloud is a more intelligent enterprise that enjoys increased cost savings, efficiency and data transparency compared to traditional system conversions.

Singapore Business Review, in partnership with SNP, Datavard, cbs, and Natuvion, is hosting a Live Fireside Chat that tackles how selective data transformation plays an important role when implementing SAP S/4HANA for business agility. It also introduces RISE with SAP, a seamless collaboration between SAP and their customers who are starting their journey to digital transformation.

Together with SAP industry thought leaders, the 60-minute Live Fireside Chat Virtual event titled “RISE with SAP and S/4HANA Accelerated with Selective Data Transformation” aims to share key and timely insights on how selective data transformation allows companies the flexibility to customise processes and data by using the SAP S/4HANA system. Moreover, it discusses how RISE in SAP helps simplify their clients’ transition to cloud technology seamlessly and easily.

For this event, Singapore Business Review invites C-level executives, decision makers, and industry experts to register and share valued insight on how businesses can accelerate selective data transformation through the SAP S/4HANA system.

Confirmed speakers for this event includes:

  • Chern-Chuen Khor, Chief Operating Officer for SEA, SAP
  • Gerald Faust, Managing Director & CEO, JAPAC, SNP
  • Ulf Spies, Managing Director, Datavard APJ
  • Holger Bock, Managing Director, cbs Corporate Business Solutions APAC
  • Chris Schroefl, CEO and Co-Founder, Natuvion APJ

If you are interested to join this Live Fireside Chat, Please please contact Kathleen Belena, businessconference@charltonmediamail.com or call +65 3158 1386.
For details about the event, click here. To register, click here

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