SAP’s end-of-support deadline is coming; their customers need to make a crucial decision: migrate onto the newest product, S/4HANA, or keep their current systems and be left unsupported? A difficult enough decision in itself; but SAP’s customers may be wondering why they’re facing that decision in the first place? Why has SAP announced their deadline, where has it come from? … Read More
SAP’s end-of-support deadline is coming; and it’s become the priority for every organisation running SAP software – HANA databases, ECC 6, SAP payroll, etc. – to make an important decision: Upgrade to S/4HANA (now or later) or stick to what you have? It’s not a decision to be made lightly. That’s why, in this series, we’re exploring three key areas … Read More
As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop and cause adverse effects worldwide, Support Revolution would like to provide a public update regarding our own services and team. We are monitoring the situation as it progresses, and we are confident that we can continue delivering our exceptional services, while taking necessary measures to protect both our customers and our staff. The … Read More
‘Cloud lock-in’ is a familiar phrase; but what does it mean? We explore the various outcomes which can lead you to become ‘locked-in’, and how you can avoid it.
If you use SAP’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software, and you’re not using SAP S/4HANA, then you’re on a deadline. A deadline that was recently extended from 2025 to 2027 – with additional options until 2030. Nevertheless, the clock is ticking. SAP is using their deadline to move customers onto SAP S/4HANA in an attempt to force adoption of their … Read More
There’s a lot of confusion and rumours around the nature and legality of third-party support for Oracle and SAP software. We explain why third-party support is legal, how we make sure that it stays that way, and what happened to create this myth in the first place.
Some think that third-parties cannot support Oracle and SAP software, but this isn’t the case – we can access Oracle and SAP code to develop patches and updates; and in the unlikely instance where we cannot as the issue is with inaccessible code (<1%), we develop an alternative solution.
SAP have extended their end-of-support deadline once more, from 2025 to 2027, and released more information on what’ll happen for customers who refuse to move. What does this new information mean for your organisation?
Oracle’s recent messaging seems to be Cloud-obsessed and indifferent to their legacy customers; our latest blog questions whether their profitable past is enough to hold up their optimistic future?
Oracle and SAP audits are an inevitability, but being unprepared for them is not. Our three-step guide will help you survive the stressful process of an Oracle or SAP audit.