Companies and governments across the globe in all industries are using digital advances such as analytics, mobility, social media and smart embedded devices as well as improving their use of traditional technologies such as ERP to change customer relationships, internal processes and value propositions.
Agile began as an approach to software development, which is rapidly becoming a preferred way to tackle other project types. It’s based on a set of values and principles that guide the decision-making process, without being as restrictive as traditional project management methods usually are.
When correctly implemented, SAP HANA conveys outstanding results and performance, analytic intelligence, integration capabilities, data processing, and improved ROIs of the SAP landscape with swift time-to-value. Planning and executing a successful transition to the SAP HANA platform is crucial, and this article provides a detailed overview of ten tips that will help mitigate risks during your business’s migration to SAP HANA.
SAP S/4HANA delivers massive simplifications (customer adoption, data model, user experience, decision making, business processes and models) and innovations (Internet of Things, Big Data, business networks, and mobile-first) to help businesses Run Simple in the digital economy
SAP Suite on HANA can help customers simplify IT by bringing together analytics and transactions for reduced total cost of ownership. Since SAP HANA provides a unique ability to deal effectively with both transactional and analytical workloads.
SAP Activate Methodology combines guided configuration, SAP best practices, and methodology that gives you the capability to streamline your company’s build- and run activities. This represents a giant step forward in exploiting the potential and power of SAP S/4HANA. It uses the agile approach, which advances greater flexibility and lowers total cost of ownership. Plus, S/4HANA improves user experience through the Fiori front end application for a quick, well-executed implementation.
Let’s finish this run on iBPM with an example of creating an APP in Pega Systems Express. The Pega Systems 7 Platform is designed to allow the user to build visual-driven applications quickly. Let’s look at how you can use Pega to implement business process management (iBPM) by building our first Pega 7 App together.
The core of Pega is its Pega RULES Process Commander, which enjoys a deserved reputation as an exceptional software. It’s highly sophisticated programming easily streamlines large, complex, multi-year projects. Lloyds Banking Group used the software to minimize customer complaints, and Cisco used Pega to centralize its operational processes. Indeed, one of Pega’s best features is its ability to launch and implement quickly regardless of the size or objectives of the project.
Last month we took a high-level view of the Appian intelligent BPM (iBPM) platform. We saw that Appian iBPM Solutions remain the best-in-class primarily due to its focus on the business user by enabling them to improve business decisions. The Appian Platform is designed to make it easy to build robust enterprise applications with a combination of low-code development and business process management (iBPM) tools. So let’s build our first Appian Application together…
Appian iBPM Solutions leads the industry by integrating RPA, prioritizing people, technology, and processes, offering superior low-code app building capabilities and dynamic case management. These capabilities enable users to streamline their operations through greater access to data when they need it.