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SAVIC Implementation Methodology

Keeping in mind the scope and the time-lines, one might be tempted to take an approach where quick but shallow deployments can be achieved. However, SAVIC recommends an SAP® Activate approach where the project deliverables would be in line with the Best Practice methodology. Under this approach calls for a tighter implementation plan and a higher level of discipline within the project team. This SAP® Activate approaches not only guarantees success bit also helps in accelerating the speed of implementation without diluting the quality of the documentation generated during the implementation. The Goal of SAP® Activate methodology is to implement SAP S/4HANA & its components faster, easier, and at affordable rates for customers. The SAP® Activate innovation adoption frame- work is a unique combination of best practices, methodology, and guided configuration to help customers and partners implement the SAP S/4HANA suite. It is designed for IT and business professionals who are involved in the migration to or configuration, integration, or extension of SAP S/4HANA. With ready-to-run, digitized business processes optimized for SAP S/4HANA, customers and partners can start fast, build smart, and Run Simple while continuously innovating across implementation modes.

Delivering value Throughout the Project Lifecycle

Phase One: Prepare

Conduct initial planning and preparation and define project governance to start the project off on the right foot.

Phase Two: Explore

Review solution functionality in scope in a series of show-and-tell sessions to confirm that business requirements can be met with standard SAP Best Practices. Conduct solution design workshops and create process-oriented documents to illustrate how intend to run customer business using SAP S/4HANA. Capture, prioritize, and document requirements and gaps in a solution backlog document.

Phase Three: Realize

Through a time-limited, iterative process, incrementally build and test a complete solution environment that is based on the business processes and requirements identified in the explore phase and captured in your backlog document.

Phase Four: Deploy

Prepare SAP S/4HANA for release, move to a production environment, and conduct sustainment activities. At this point, you have everything you need to run your business.
During each phase, the project team produces a prescribed set of deliverables that serve as input for the subsequent steps. The methodology provides examples of key project deliverables, including a procedure description of how to prepare and complete the deliverable. There are accelerators for each phase and work stream, including templates, questionnaires, checklists, guidebooks, and other tools that facilitate the efficient, consistent, and repeatable delivery of implementations and upgrades of customer SAP solution landscape

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