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Lesson Learned from SAP S/4HANA Transformation project

Metro Transformation project has been one of the most challenging projects due to its scale of business and diversity. The project's success is testament to the quality of ECS's work and the efforts of the consultants working on the project. Before I start let me give you an overview on the scope of the project, the project comprised the below:

  • Migrating from ECC to SAP S/4HANA

  • Implementing SAP Omnichannel Point-of-Sale by GK

  • Implementing SAP CAR

  • Implementing SAP F&R

SAP system implementations require careful planning, effective communication, and a focus on quality. In this blog I listed some lessons learned from our SAP implementation, I hope you will find them useful. Let's get started on what you should take care of:


1- Define clear goals and scope: It's essential to define the goals and scope of the SAP implementation project upfront. This includes identifying the business processes that will be impacted, the people who will use the system, and the expected benefits. Having a clear understanding of the project's goals and scope helps to ensure that everyone is on the same page and working towards a common objective.


2- Manage change: Implementing a new SAP system can be a significant change for an organization. Therefore, it's important to manage change effectively. This includes communicating with stakeholders, managing resistance to change, and ensuring that everyone understands the benefits of the new system.


3- Engage stakeholders: Engaging stakeholders throughout the implementation process is crucial to success. This includes business leaders, IT teams, end-users, and any other relevant parties. Engaging stakeholders helps to ensure that everyone's needs are considered, and that the system meets the requirements of the organization as a whole.


4- Ensure data quality: SAP implementations require high-quality data. Therefore, it's essential to ensure that the data being migrated into the new system is accurate, complete, and consistent. This may require data cleansing activities, such as deduplication and data standardization.


In conclusion, by incorporating the lessons learned above and implementing effective planning and coordination, we can achieve an optimal formula for success."


I will leave you with some of behind the scene photos, that was taken throughout the lifecycle of the project.







Author: Mohamed Saeed- SAP Consultant at ECS


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