Proof of Concept
PROOF OF CONCEPT
HOW MUCH YOU CAN SAVE ON YOUR SAP LICENSES?
By getting a POC in 1 week for a small sum, our customers can get a clear picture of whether a comprehensive optimization and risk management project is worth it, or whether the company’s current practice is effective. It includes a quick assessment in 2 SAP systems based on real executed transactions.
Quick SAP License Assessment:
The quick license assessment prepares a business decision based on solid foundations about the degree of cost optimization possibilities and the current audit compliance. In our experience there is a range of 10-50% potential savings on SAP license costs.
• Installation of measurement software (2 hours), required client-side resource: basis administrator
• Optimization of license allocation in 2 SAP systems based on real executed transactions
• Preparation of financial and ROI analysis
• Demonstration of audit compliance for the given systems
• Presentation of result
In the final presentation, we will show you:
• Where do you have licensing risks or deficits?
• Where do you have surpluses?
• Which type of user licenses should you purchase in the future?
You will also get from us a management summary with recommendations:
WHY WITH US?
The SAP team of IPR-Insights has successfully executed over 45 SAP software portfolio management projects in various industries like Telecommunication, Banking, Manufacturing, Retail, Utility, etc. all over the world for companies like ELMŰ, KBC Group, Telenor or Carlsberg Group.
Less than 5 years left for S/4HANA migration, it seems like a long time, but a transition most likely has never happened without challenges on this scale regarding the high cost, risk, and complex implementation process.
IS IT WORTH THE PRIZE?
SAP license management is cheaper if the given company does not manage it exclusively in-house, but with the involvement of an external independent expert, considering the hundreds of hours of internal resources gained this way and the added specified expertise and tool. The amount of the investment does not appear to be significant compared to the quick ROI, in most cases.