Hyper-personalization has grown strong in the last few years and along these lines, businesses are expected to deliver channel-agnostic tailor-made offers and exemplary customer service, that creates an intimate and individualized value for repeat engagement and more loyalty.
Businesses on the legacy SAP ERP Central Component (ECC) may be planning to stick around, despite the success of S/4HANA. A host of reasons such as fewer internal resources, lack of organizational focus, change management concerns, huge financial investment, return on that investment, lack of understanding of the benefits of upgrading, and a sense of comfort in ECC led them to dismiss
Customers expect hyper-personalization. They have started experiencing the benefits of it with other brands and come to anticipate the same from you. Especially in recent years, customers have started looking for more tailor-made experiences in exchange for the sensitive data they are prepared to share.
A hot topic in the SAP ecosystem is SAP S/4 Transformation where you migrate your existing landscape into the latest ERP by SAP. Most companies look at this migration as an ominous task that will take several years before any value can be achieved.
With new trends and concepts emerging all the time, the fashion industry has a history of pushing boundaries. In the coming years, the fashion sector will see massive amounts of innovation with customer expectations shifting around interaction, shopping experience, and multiple touchpoints; introducing a new degree of complexity.
SAP S/4HANA, SAP's latest ERP solution has been instrumental in powering digital transformation across industries with the potential to catapult firms into the digital future. However, switching to a new ERP system is not a simple undertaking.
There is so much content out there today to help companies decide whether to go greenfield or brownfield when they migrate their current SAP platform to S/4 HANA. A quick search on SAP greenfield vs brownfield will give you dozens of results with blogs, articles, videos and even people who have coined the term “bluefield”.
Fit-to-standard is an approach that involves implementing industry best practices to build a clean core solution, allowing for faster adoption of S/4HANA within an organization’s SAP systems. It promises to give businesses a reliable core ERP system that is agile, dynamic, and responsive to technological and market challenges.
Fashion has always been a fast-paced and sensitive industry. With customer expectations fluctuating rapidly, delivering a superior shopping experience is not an easy task. Fashion companies are facing new hurdles in the wake of production and procurement departments becoming increasingly digitalized.
Digital transformation is a broad-reaching change that includes people, technology, and processes from across a company to improve the customer and employee experiences and make the company more robust and productive.
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