Keep systems at peak performance
Developing prototypes for next-generation scenarios such as machine learning, big data and IoT
SAP offers a whole range of services and tools here. The switch to SAP S/4HANA is an opportunity for customers to further differentiate, optimise and innovate. Examples include SAP S/4HANA Adoption Starter, Business Scenario Recommendations, SAP Transformation Navigator, SAP S/4HANA Readiness Check and extensive benchmarking with the help of SAP Innovation & Optimisation Pathfinders. As part of our SAP Enterprise Support, our customers receive active expert help and a structured approach using SAP Value Maps. The SAP Mission Control Centre helps our customers with complex issues to integrate our new solutions such as SAP S/4HANA. It collects experiences from early adopters and implementations at customers, where complex hybrid solutions with large data volumes are built. With this project experience, we are expanding our maintenance offering, for example with Meet-the-Expert Sessions of the SAP Enterprise Support Academy. We also publish best practices for analysis and quick solutions to technical problems in SAP Knowledge Base Articles.
With the rollouts of SAP software to additional locations, new functions, as well as new employees, come to SAP systems and increase the support volume. Service tickets are regularly purchased, which are processed by support every month. Time and again, adjustments are needed to exploit the complex functionality of SAP systems. The national and international sites are being developed in a targeted manner and require new functionalities. And SAP itself is still developing - it is regularly important to check new functions and implement them if necessary.
As one of the few companies in the world, we have been awarded the title in the field of SAP Cloud Application Services - Strategic Supplier. It is an award for companies that offer their customers the highest level of Application Management Support (AMS).
Here's an example we had about one or two years ago. A larger company with a fairly large SAP user base had 2 experts in support alone. SAP experts, who tend to be expensive and have done nothing but route the incoming tickets to the right place so IT support could get involved. We automated this process by using AI. Not their semantic skills, not as a chatbot, but their analytical skills to learn from historical tickets that used to arrive and were misdirected and how they were resolved. So within a few days, we were able to build up this AI to the point where it could fully adopt the classification of the tickets. Now, the artificial intelligence that came out of this rich information that came out of the SAP world was able to pass these tickets on to the right person, and in some cases even work out solutions.
"Shortcut for SAP Systems" makes it easier and faster to complete many SAP support tasks.
They gave us the overall score "very good.".
You can also find the ticket form on the Terminal Server or on the Intranet under the heading: SAP Help & Documentation.