Bentley Systems Explores SAP S/4HANA
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Bentley Systems serves architectural engineers worldwide with its innovative software products. The company’s mission is to advance the world’s infrastructure.
The company runs a highly evolved, intertwined infrastructure. Essential, says Barry Carney, Senior Director of Global Business Services, is keeping pace with innovations as they happen. To balance its complex SAP landscape with its ambition to develop an enterprise system of the future and provide first-rate service to architectural engineers around the world with its innovative software products, Bentley is building a business case for SAP S/4HANA. A cloud-first strategy is also driving Bentley forward, hosting its SAP footprint on Microsoft Azure.
Moving to a new system is a monumental project for a company like Bentley Systems. “We don't want to jump in the water. We want to get our feet wet by dipping our toes in.” In other words, he wants to get it right. “Keeping up with demand and the ever-changing business landscape and fighting to win business every day is an important thing for us as a company to gain market share,” Carney says.
Read this executive article and learn:
- Which components Carney is including in his business case for SAP S/4HANA to appeal to the c-suite;
- Three learnings that Carney is sharing at this point in the discovery phase; and
- Resources and support that Bentley Systems has leveraged in its learn-it-all approach to develop the IT landscape of the future.