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Solution Summary Rapid Data Migration to SAP® ERP
©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.2 Solutions for specific business needs Business challenges Migration projects typically run over budget and over time Unsuccessful migration results in failed implementation, where users cannot use the new application system Migration must comply with regulatory requirements Users do not trust the quality of data Poor quality master data unable to support core business processes Lack of quality data can make new system unusable and reduce user adoption Return on investment is at risk if implementation is delayed
©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.3 Trusted data migration to SAP ERP Whats included The Rapid Data Migration to SAP® ERP allows you to jump start a safe and trusted migration of fixed scope specific for ERP based on industry-leading software, and predefined services at a predictable price Rapid Data Migration to SAP ERP 1 1 ANALYSIS Governance and Visualization SAP DATA MIGRATION 5 5 LOAD 2 2 EXTRACT CLEAN 3 3 VALIDATE 4 4 6 6 RECONCILE
©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.4 Migration project delivered on time Delivers trusted data for end users Provides quality master data for your core business processes Establishes extendable solid foundation for data management and data governance Migration platform is reused for on-going integration with source systems Trusted data migration to SAP ERP Whats the value Business Benefits
©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.5 Services Scope Overview Jump start your data migration to SAP ERP in 4 weeks Installation and configuration of a single environment consisting of two landscapes (Development and Production) Migration of two legacy data objects of medium complexity to form a pilot system Data extraction from a single source system of up to 250,000 records per object Demo of data quality capabilities for name and address standardization, validation and de- duplication One end-to-end test execution followed by a demo test (production data migration load & validation) Intended to be a starting point for broader data migration and data management project activities A special step-by-step guide describes each activity during the deployment Service Name: RDS for Data Migration for SAP ERP Implementation Duration: 4 Weeks
©2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved.6 Software Requirements Software Mandatory Pre-requisite: SAP ERP ECC 6.0 SAP BusinessObjects (SBOP) Data Services (DS) 4.0 SP2 (or higher) on one server host per environment - Client tool installed on two workstations SAP BusinessObjects (SBOP) Business Intelligence (BI) Platform Enterprise 4.0 SP2 (or higher) installed on one server host per environment Optional* SAP BusinessObjects Information Steward 4.1 SP1 (or higher) installed on one server host and two workstations OPERATING SYSTEM Microsoft Windows 2008 R2 x64, SUSE LINUX 11 x64 DATABASE MS SQL 2008 R2, Oracle 11g, DB2 9.7 *For extended data quality functions
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