Compared to the transfer from SAP R/3 to SAP S/4HANA, the Oracle solutions deliver a more effective cost-to-performance ratio and significantly reduced deployment times.
Existing SAP R/3 installations need to be transformed to SAP S/4 HANA by 2025. Full Speed Systems offers its customers alternative solutions with equivalent functionality at a fraction of the initial and operating costs. With Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne or Oracle Netsuite we guarantee our customers a worry-free replacement of existing SAP installations. We are happy to advise you without obligation in the evaluation of your most suitable ERP solution.
Effect: Simplification / Cost Reduction / Ease of Use – Same Functionality
The business is getting smaller, is being sold or is being carved-out – or – the current ERP solution is to complex and to heavy for the business. The required ERP functionality is being assessed and a lean, easy to use solution is the right choice. There is a need to save money and an urgency for a lean and cost effective ERP solution.
Expenses for data migration in the areas of costs and personnel are , in the scenario Complete Replacement, equivalent for all three systems.
Your business is based on one or more productive SAP instances up to release ECC 6.xx. These systems are heavily customized and adopted to your business needs and you are running Non SAP specialized appli-cations like e.g.: Non SAP CRM, non SAP PLM, Variant configurator, High Rack storage system, budgeting, etc. …
Business is growing and new companies are joining the enterprise. The core system at HQ is SAP and the new companies must be integrated in an easy and seamless way. It is easier to implement Oracle JD Edwards or Oracle NetSuite for complex or smaller satellites, than to change the SAP company/mandates structure.
Your business is based on one or more productive SAP instances up to release ECC 6.xx. These systems are heavily customized and adopted to your business. A new company is joining the enterprise with a SAP ERP or a Non SAP ERP system.
Some of the group companies require other or less functionality than the HQ (headquarters). The legacy systems of HQ are to heavy and complex to be rolled out to smaller companies. Specifically the handling of Master Data and the to be built interfaces into the HQ systems would add risk, complexity and high costs to the project.
Every division has its own ERP System, depending on its needs and requirements. The group of companies HQ runs a central consolidation and/or finance ERP to which the divisions have to report into. The divisions run their own ‘local’ finance system but report and liaise with the group finance.
Clear and transparent concept of Master Data.