Business Guide to S/4HANA vs. ECC's Enterprise Asset Management & Field Services

Wednesday, August 21, 2024
11:00 am


Moving from ECC to S/4HANA is a major undertaking and complex, and it's important to understand how this transition will impact your SAP EAM and Field Services processes. This webinar will bridge the understanding of what to expect when moving from ECC to S/4HANA when SAP EAM and Field Services are integrated and the benefits in terms of improved performance, better user experience, and alignment with SAP's strategic direction.

This integration allows for seamless communication between the back-office and field technicians, enabling them to access real-time data, collaborate effectively, and provide excellent customer service. And how the Fiori apps can enhance this functionality.


  • Data Migration and Conversion: You'll need to migrate your existing ECC data to S/4HANA. This includes asset data, maintenance history, work orders, and other relevant information. Data may need to be converted to the new data model of S/4HANA, which might require a mapping exercise and data cleansing to ensure data quality.
  • Functional Changes: S/4HANA brings many functional changes and improvements, such as a simplified data model and streamlined processes. Some of the SAP EAM and Field Services functionalities have changed and improved. Asset management and field service functionalities should be aligned with S/4HANA best practices and take advantage of the new features.
  • System Landscape and Integration: Evaluate your current system landscape and integration points. Some integrations and custom developments may need to be reworked to align with S/4HANA's architecture and API-based approach.


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