Webinar | SAP S/4Move: Don’t just move – SmartMove.

Grow your SAP applications through RPA

29 Sep 2020 12:00 - 16:30 Webinar

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SAP S/4Move: Don’t just move SmartMove

Grow your SAP applications through RPA

Gartner analysts see RPA as an important part of ‘hyperautomation’, a key theme interwoven with key strategic technology trends for 2020. In a recent Gartner survey, respondents identified two main investment reasons: automating repetitive or manual tasks and improving the customer/employee experience.

As an SAP customer you know that migrating to SAP S/4HANA is inevitable.
There are, of course, a number of things that you want to consider before moving. What’s the ROI? How disruptive and/or time-consuming will it be?

Nevertheless you should keep in mind that SAP S/4HANA is a powerful software, with a user-friendly interface that works out of the box. You maximize business flexibility with standardized processes, fast innovations and fast returns. Thanks to intelligent automation, you lift the performances in your organization to a higher level.

Curious about what S/4HANA and RPA can do for your organization?
Invest 30 minutes of your time.

We’ve reserved two time slots:

  • 12h00 – 12h30
  • 16h30 – 17h00

So you’re free to choose which one’s best for you.


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During this webinar we’ll show you:

  • the story about the Intelligent Enterprise – in a nutshell
  • the RPA best practices
  • what iRPA (SAP) brings to the table
  • how to innovate through SAP Intelligent RPA within SAP S/4HANA
  • some real cases
  • how to SmartMove or to manage the cost, the complexity and timing of your migration project while innovating your business

There are a lot of benefits if you consider RPA for SAP.
By growing your SAP applications through RPA you reduce the amount of errors in the back-end.
Automating SAP processes means focus on your core activities, higher data quality, smarter decision taking and last but not least significant financial benefits.

So, don’t just move but ‘SmartMove’!