45
minutes

Business Guide to S4 vs. ECC's Purchasing Spend Analysis

Wednesday, October 18, 2023
11:00 am
CST
WaynePeyton
With
Wayne
and
Peyton

S/4HANA vs ECC's Purchasing Spend Analysis

Many Companies are contemplating with the potential journey to S/4HANA and not sure the benefits nor the business opportunities it may bring. In this webinar we will review the various differences between S/4HANA vs ECC's capabilities and will address how spend analysis can identify opportunities for sourcing, automation, contract compliance evaluation, and supplier performance.

Key Points

  • S/4 with Fiori replaces some of the traditionally used LIS and Info Structures used in ECC, we will explore some of those differences and highlight the user experience and the ease with which some of this functionality can be used.
  • Spend Analysis is a gateway to using other functionalities to seek opportunities for improvement in the execution of Purchase-to-Pay activities including automation, self-service procurement and the like. We will explore ways that these opportunities can be identified.
  • A Purchasing function would like to monitor Contract Compliance and Spend Visibility. Learn ways in which a spend analysis can help understand how well an organization measures up against these expectations and how those functionalities look in ECC and in S/4. One of the key issues a Purchasing function would like to monitor is contract compliance and spend visibility.

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