SAP S/4HANA migration: greenfield, brownfield, or phased?

30 January 2017

Julien Delvat

Julien Delvat

SAP S/4HANA Consultant

SAP S/4HANA is an inevitable change for SAP’s customers currently on ECC 6. However, SAP UK&I User Group reported that “70% of members don’t believe that SAP has been clear in communicating the migration path to S/4HANA”. Julien Delvat’s white paper helps clients face this change head on.

"S/4HANA is SAP’s next-generation Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Suite. Organizations planning to implement this real-time digital core to their business need to choose between a migration (brownfield) or start anew (greenfield). Bluefin Solutions outlines the pros and cons of each strategy and extends the choice with a hybrid solution."

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About the author

Julien Delvat

SAP S/4HANA Consultant

With over 15 years’ experience of developing cost management applications at SAP Labs France, coupled with significant experience of architecting, designing and implementing these systems for clients across the globe and industries, Julien is perfectly placed to offer Bluefin’s customers unrivalled expertise in the colliding worlds of finance and technology. It’s not with good reason he’s known as a ‘Costing Geek’!

When it comes to collaborating with clients, Julien likes to get under an organisation’s skin. He wants to know what makes a company tick, what their priorities are and what the reality is on the ground. Doing this assists him to build information systems that reflect their true business needs.

Julien’s contributions to the SAP Financials community have been recognized through publications in professional blogs and journals like SCN.com and SAP Expert, as well as multiple speaking and panel opportunities at conferences like SAP Financials, SAP Controlling, Sapphire / ASUG, and SAP TechEd. He is most passionate about his roles as an ASUG volunteer for the Financials community and as an SAP Mentor, working as a trusted advisor to build new communication channels between SAP and its customers.