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Got A Minute? SAP TechEd Las Vegas 2017

Whilst talking to our customers at SAP TechEd Las Vegas, there were lots of conversations around speed and agility, delivering high quality SAP change in a continuous delivery cycle.

So if you’ve got a minute, take a quick look at this 1 minute video to see how Rev-Trac supports digital transformation and DevOps Strategy.

SAP Change Control Practices and Digital Transformation

According to Gartner’s 2017 CEO survey, the number 2 strategic priority for CEO’s is technology related business change. Not surprising when 47% the same group of CEO’s indicated they are experiencing pressure from their Boards to make progress in digital. Digital transformation is the order of the day. Digital transformation and its impact on the customer experience is the top CIO priority

Your SAP DevOps Toolchain at SAUG Summit Sydney

As always, SAUG Summit is a great opportunity to catch up with customers and other Australian companies running SAP. In particular, to talk about their experiences and future plans and their progress towards automating their SAP DevOps Toolchain. When I was walking around the exhibition hall talking to the other exhibitors several common themes emerged. Namely, SAP DevOps, Agile Development and Digital Transformation. All reflecting the growing trend among SAP IT support teams to increase the volume of change and increase the speed at which it is delivered.

From Spreadsheets to ITIL to DevOps and “AI”

The recent article Ringing Down The Curtain On Change Management Theater by Forrester analyst Charles Betz made me think about the future of SAP change management. What is it going to look like in 3, 5 or 7 years? One thing that is certain is that it won’t look the same as it does today. Over the years, I’ve seen SAP customers go from managing SAP change with spreadsheets, emails and ITSM tickets (and many still do it that way); to ITIL-based, semi-automated processes; and now towards business-driven automated Agile/DevOps practices.