SAP S/4HANA Cloud includes three technologies that form the foundation of intelligent ERP, according to SAP: Digital assistant. SAP S/4HANA Cloud uses SAP Co-Pilot, a conversational digital assistant (or virtual assistant) for the enterprise that lets users interact with ERP applications and functions.
SAP published S/4HANA in February 2015 to much fanfare, and the company now views it as one of its flagship products that customers will move to as the next-generation successor to the SAP Business Suite ERP platform. S/4HANA is intended to be easier to use and administer while helping to solve more complex problems and handle vastly larger amounts of data than its predecessors.
The SAP S/4HANA ERP suite is built on the trailblazing SAP HANA, a registered business data platform. This is deployable on-premises or in the cloud, SAP HANA enables utilities to manage and analyze vast data volumes in real-time. SAP S/4HANA influences the power of SAP HANA in order to optimize core processes that are, from billing and finance to asset management and customer relationship management (CRM).
For utilities, the SAP S/4HANA digital core delivers game-changing capabilities that support their journey toward greater business responsiveness and results in enhanced customer-centricity, and new business models and revenue streams.
SAPTAMI, an IT firm, a digital pacemaker of the IT world has marked its presence through the introduction of SAP S/4 HANA Cloud. SAP S/4HANA can benefit your utility company as you compete in the new digital reality.
The industry is currently balancing the efficient operations of its existing infrastructure with the need to adapt to the volatile market environment. Leading utilities are re-evaluating their physical assets and customer relationships to:
a. Reimagine business models to find new revenue and profit sources.
b. Reimagine business processes and the use of digital technology to optimize business outcomes.
c. Reimagine the role and structure of the workforce to support future business.