How to create a future enterprise data roadmap for SAP and Non-SAP

Do you have a 360˚ overview on your enterprise data?

Are you struggling to respond to fast-changing market conditions? Are you capable of having in-depth insights into your enterprise data? And are you able to provide the business with their data needs quickly? If the answer to any of these questions is no, then it is time to start your future data roadmap journey. This will enable you to capture, process and visualize the ever-growing amount of enterprise data. But it will also provide answers to the increasing business demand for real-time data.

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Here's what will happen if you don't change...

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Your landscape will be completely fragmented

  • You are not in control, as you are not steering your organization on fact-based data.
  • Due to further data fragmentation, your data landscape’s TCO will keep increasing.
  • You cannot support the business with its ever-increasing data demands.
  • Governance is out of control.
  • Data complaint issues: difficulty generating meaningful business and consumer insights.
  • It Is challenging to collect vast amounts of data, add proper governance, security and comply with the regulations affecting it.
  • It is challenging to predict costs, avoid vendor lock-in and spin down unused resources.
  • A lack of agility to respond to end-customer needs.
  • A failure to leverage the connected world.

Start thinking about a future-proof data integration roadmap

Create your data integration foundation

A future-proof data integration roadmap is crucial to create the base foundation of your future data landscape.
  • Start by defining your future data architecture roadmap to make the base foundation.
  • Learn how SAP BTP helps you towards scalable data integration.
  • Takeaway approach for switching to real-time data integrations.
  • Learn how to incorporate proper integration security of data at rest or data in motion.
  • Optimize your current integration patterns (improving the maturity level of your data integration).
  • Adopt SAP best practices into your data integration landscape.
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Start with an Integration exploration and advisory session.

This is what we will cover during our first (online) meeting.
Understanding how your general architecture is defined.
Discuss your strategy and future plans. How are you heading into the future?
Understanding your challenges in achieving your goals.
Defining the rest of the organization's structure, roles, team, ownership, and stakeholders.

Move to scalable integrations

Make real-time decisions

  • You are able to make correct, real-time decisions within your complete enterprise consisting of SAP and Non-SAP data sources.
  • You will strongly reduce your TCO within your data landscape.
  • You will have a properly governed and secure data landscape. Your data experts can switch from operational data tasks to delivering high-value insights within the organization.
  • You are able to deliver business data demands faster than ever before. A robust data and analytics strategy together with a clear, actionable roadmap of analytics initiatives and supporting capabilities (people, process and technology) can help your organization stay on track in its pursuit of benefiting from analytics. Business functions within the organization can now work on strategic initiatives that matter the most and drive business value.
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