Don’t forget this important consideration on your journey to SAP S/4HANA

S/4HANA isn’t the new kid on the block anymore.  For some years the customers I work with have been challenged with the prospect of how and when to make the move, but for many of them it has been something to worry about ‘later.' Well, it seems that ‘later’ has arrived. More and more people that I speak to are well underway with a transition...

How technology can help drive change to a DevOps culture
Posted by - Thursday, 15th June 2017 - Business Transformation, DevOps, Agile Development

As part of an organization that evangelizes Agile & DevOps for SAP, it is hard to ignore the power of practicing what you preach. Sprints, collaboration, and mixed teams who help achieve overall targets of the company or even to write this blog post are certainly more effective than doing it alone.

The Agile Product Development Rock Band
Posted by Stephan Metcalfe - Friday, 2nd June 2017 - Agile Development

Throughout my teenage years I played the guitar and sang in a few different bands, and I even tried my hand at being a singer/songwriter. Reflecting on those experiences now as a Product Manager, I can see many similarities in the way Agile product and software development teams work compared to a rock band.


Blog: SAPPHIRE NOW 2017 Wrap up
Posted by James Roberts - Wednesday, 24th May 2017 - Business Transformation, DevOps, Agile Development

So it’s the end of another SAPPHIRE NOW & ASUG conference and now that I’m over the jetlag having returned to the UK, I wanted to share some highlights and discoveries.

The big theme of digital transformation was no surprise as this is on...

Autonomous ERP - the Terminator in the room
Posted by Barry Green - Monday, 15th May 2017 -

Autonomous systems are always just over the horizon, teetering on the periphery of sci-fi. How long before we are letting the machines have a go? How long before Skynet has control of our lives, and do we want it?

Looking at Tesla, after 1.2 billion miles on Autopilot, you could argue we’ve made our first steps, and ERP is...