SAP in a company – what then
Well-implemented and functioning SAP helps to gain a competitive edge, that is certain. However, everyday maintenance of the system causes plenty of tasks that require expenses. The system must have administrators, its efficiency must be monitored, the functioning of its servers must be controlled. Also it is good if simple development works can be executed in the company. Besides, employees using SAP create a number of questions that result, for example, from the lack of knowledge about the system.
That is why most companies using SAP decided to create their own teams, whose main tasks are administration, current problem solving, and SAP development. Such teams are composed of IT specialists – SAP administrators.
Moreover, SAP maintenance involves key users of the system from particular areas (like accounting, controlling, sales, HR…). They serve as an internal help desk, helping end users in everyday work, and also carrying out some development works.
It is more expensive and more risky on your own
Creating such a team requires a long process of building competencies, which in turn involves training expenses.
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