S/4HANA is highly evolved. The data models of S/4HANA are quite simplified. S/4HANA contains no materialized aggregates. It will really a perfect fit for real-time analytics. Most of the hardware finds the perfect use of compression. There is ease of configuration. On average, SAP users have close to 30,000 objects that will need updating, for some companies, the process can take as long as a year.
As the SAP's CEO announced their plan to run everything simpler, there's a great level of commitment expressed from its SAP partners, who provide solutions which not only give users smarter ways of doing things, but also making the user experience more enjoyable and simple.
The challenge lies in the possibility of making software simple. It rises above the general comprehension of an easier method for getting things done. And rather, focuses how best-practices are very much necessary for a enterprise level business software as a method for adoption.
Cloud always means one thing - Less downtime. No messy back-end administration. And, with HANA, ERMS (enterprise resource management systems) are such a passe. With S/4HANA, SAP is infact steer heading the way how hybrid systems will evolve, but there is always a catch - cost effectiveness.
If the costs are lowered, we can always proudly quote with S/4HANA business suite always is not for the F500s. No big surprise SAP predicts that its cloud business will grow seven fold. A course how numerous organizations will be taking, if S/4HANA is affordable.