New implementations in SAP.
In more than 20 years of market presence, GAMBIT has successfully completed many implementation projects for small or medium-sized companies and globally active corporations in many industries. SAP ERP is the clear market and technology leader today. For non-SAP enterprises it is a question worth considering whether they would become fitter for the future with its economic and digital challenges through a conversion (by new implementation) to SAP.
IT systems are subject to life cycles, too.
ERP systems are subject to life cycles. Many SAP implementations were configured and implemented under the reigning market and competitive conditions of the past. Today, many of these reach their limits when they must integrate the dynamics of the market, new structures or new models into the business processes. As a result, performance drops while the TCO (total cost of ownership) rises.
Measure future readiness. Reveal options.
GAMBIT has developed a procedural model which measures and assesses ERP capacities as well as the possibilities of mapping current and planned strategic and operative requirements. More…
At first, the initial situation and target requirements are determined and formulated. Greenfield and brownfield solution concepts are developed and evaluated. All efforts required for implementing the various solutions are evaluated and the benefits to be achieved are compared (ROI).
There are constellations in which SAP systems were modified far beyond standards, mostly during times when technical functionalities were not yet as matured as we know and use them today. It makes sense in many of these cases to replace these system landscapes completely and start over from scratch. (greenfield).
However, existing environments can often be transformed into the desired target structure with less efforts using special SAP-certified software tools (brownfield). More…
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The goal determines the path. Not vice-versa.
Crucial for the decision which path to take is the distance from the starting to the end point. Our SCORE feasibility study reveals this in detail. Experience shows that the optimal solution is a mix of greenfield and brownfield approaches. On one hand, existing central SAP systems are transformed into future-proof ERP system architectures. On the other hand, company units once independent from a system-technical point of view are integrated into a the newly adapted platform through re- or new implementation. In the end, you will find a functional, well-performing, future-proof SAP system environment.