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RISE with SAP: Why It Matters and 5 Ways It Will Benefit Your Business

For many SAP customers, the costs, resources and technical complexity involved in migrating their SAP environment to S/4HANA has been prohibitive. This is a key reason why SAP introduced RISE with SAP, a new offering that simplifies digital transformation by bundling the most popular SAP software and services in a customizable, subscription-based “as a service” model.

RISE removes many of the roadblocks to S/4HANA—yet critical questions remain around pricing, timing and approach before many SAP customers are ready to consider their next move.

Look no further! Navisite brings together leaders from SAP and Dickinson + Associates (D+A) to discuss the five ways RISE with SAP can benefit your business and provide guidance on next steps. In this interactive discussion, Will Yeldell, North American Channel Partner Manager at SAP, and Don Dickinson, President of D+A, a Navisite company and SAP Gold Partner, will dive into the ins and outs of RISE, and provide a roadmap for how you can get started today.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • What is RISE and why it matters to your business
  • Recommendations on next steps—quick and easy places to get started
  • A look at how RISE can de-risk and support your move to S/4HANA
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