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  • SAP Rapid Deployment SolutionsRun Better, FasterExternal Overview PresentationMONTH, 2012
  • The new norms of IT Reduce risks, while Flexibility and moving forward choice Big Incremental On-premise Mobile bang IT approach Public Private Hybrid environment© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 2
  • Divider page How can you advance?…quickly, with little to no disruption?
  • Enter SAP Rapid Deployment solutions Fast A complete solution • Quickly address specific needs • Gain fast time to value with seamless rapid-deployment tools, embedded best practices • Speed end-user adoption with guides and educational materials Simple • Clearly priced services and project time frames – help ensure a predictable outcome • Modular yet integrated solutions – help ensure long-term landscape integrity Deployed in weeks • Support across all environments (on- premise, mobile, and cloud) – leveraging the cloud to accelerate projects and deployment© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 4
  • Discover rapid-deployment solutions in 3 easy steps Visit www.sap.com/rds1 Learn more 2 Find your solution 3 Get pricingAccess informative videos,demos, and white papers Browse by solution, line of business, or industry Takes minutes to complete © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 5
  • What’s in each solution? Software SAP Rapid Quickly address the most urgent business Deployment processes solutions Service Fixed scope and price provide maximum predictability and lower risk Content SAP-supported best practices, templates, and tools make solution adoption easier Enablement Guides and educational material speed end-user adoption Core differentiators© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 6
  • What’s in each solution?Content SAP Rapid Content Deployment SAP-supported best practices solutions • Preconfigured into each solution’s process scope and flow • Applied to project delivery, assets, and know-how leveraged from SAP Consulting Step-by-step implementation guide • Charts the course of a successful implementation • Provides accelerators and tools each step of the way© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 7
  • What’s in each solution?Step-by-step implementation guide Step-by-step guide provided for each rapid- deployment solution Accelerators and tools – tailored to each rapid- deployment solution – are provided each step of the way© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 8
  • What’s in each solution?Content Start Deploy Run Predelivery and qualification checklists Delivery roles and project planning© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 9
  • What’s in each solution?Content Start Deploy Run Business process descriptions Going-live checklist Predefined test scripts© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 10
  • One example of how “rapid” is achieved Shortening start, deploy, and run through best practices 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100Traditional Business Prep Realization Testing Go liveproject blueprintRapid-deployment At least a 40% reduction in time and effort compared tosolution traditional project scope Start Deploy RunBlueprint – up to 100% savings Realization – up to 50% savings Testing – up to 30% savings• Fixed scope • Best practice processes already • Test-case template supplied• Business blueprint ready to use configured and documented • Operations-support template• Best-practice processes • Delivery through transports and available modeled and described business configuration (BC) sets • Operational support documents available © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 11
  • What’s in each solution?Enablement SAP Rapid Enablement Deployment A Focus on User Adoption and Success solutions • Each solution is packaged with a full content library, by solution, helping both services partners and customers to leverage: − Configuration guides on each building-block of functionality − Presentations outlining each business process flow − Overview guides on each functional component of the given rapid-deployment solution© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 12
  • Academic challenge:University students deploy SAP CRM in 80 hoursThe challenge:• Technology students with no SAP expertise challenged to implement the SAP Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM) rapid-deployment solution• Start in November, end before Christmas break! Success! Rapid-deployment solutionsAll students implemented on time• using step-by-step implementation and training guides• One group implemented lead management in 80 working hours! SAP Rapid Deployment solutions allow a quick and intuitive implementation. – Prof. Dr. Dirk Frosch-Wilke, Fachhochschule Kiel© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 13
  • +70 SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions Modular solutions that are pre-integrated, across SAP’s broad portfolio of solutions Mobility Cloud Analytics Technology & Database Lines of Business Industry Solutions * Available Q2 2012; ** Available Q3 2012© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 14
  • +70 SAP Rapid Deployment Solutions Address Specific Business Needs Mobility Cloud • Mobile Sales • Social CRM with StreamWork** • Mobile Apps & Infrastructure • SAP HCM with SuccessFactors** • SAP Information Interchange OnDemand* Analytics Technology & Database • Sales & Operations • CO-PA and operational • Asset Analytics reporting • CRM Analytics • Customer segmentation Lines of Business Industry Solutions • CRM for Sales, Service & Marketing • Manufacturing Integration & • Treasury & Risk Intelligence • HCM • Transportation Management * Available Q2 2012; ** Available Q3 2012© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 15
  • A new solution adoption modelStart Leverage rapid deployment for baseline ERP with rapid- deployment solutions for SAP ERPInnovate Leverage rapid-deployment solutions as a starting point for the SAP HANA platform and mobility to move forward, then expand into new/unique use casesGrow Derive further value from existing systems through rapid, low-cost extensionsComplex Address highly complex business needs through multiple rapid-deployment solutions© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 16
  • Three ways to the cloud with SAP Rapid Deploymentsolutions 1 Cloud-based 2 3 quick start Partner cloud SaaS* Load Execute Migrate• Test-drive a rapid-deployment • Partner clouds offering SAP • Bridging on-premise SaaS solution rapid-deployment solutions integrated solutions• Quickly configure, enhance, and test • Ability to customize, not just • Hybrid SAP solutions: in the cloud configure• Use sandbox or development • Secure, yet elastic in scale – SAP ERP HCM + SuccessFactors BizX Talent environment Suite• Experience no delay (hardware availability) to project kick-off – SAP CRM + SAP• “Run” on-premise or private cloud StreamWork for social CRM – SAP Information Interchange OnDemand© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 17
  • Test-driveWhat is the process? Retrieve data Upload data Run demoStep 1 – Customer Step 3 – SAP Step 5 – SAPInstall a plug-in to extract data Upload data from drive to SAP POC Review/adjust SAP Businessfrom ERP landscape: SAP presales Explorer• 1 year of data or• 12 million rows max per table Step 4 – SAP Step 6 – SAP • Load data into SAP HANA database Present results to customerStep 2 – Customer • Modify SAP HANA models asTransfer data to external drive needed Step 7 – Customer Experience the resulting demo • Receive iPads, if desired • Share within organization Your SAP account manager and solution engineer will support you at every step © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 18
  • Cloud-based quick start for rapid-deployment solutionsWhat is the process? Load Execute MigrateStep 1 – Rapid-deployment Step 3 – Enhance Step 5 – Transport to final solution • Fine-tune solution and further environment• Preconfigured, tested, and customize to accommodate • SAP Services moves the loaded solution business processes preassembled template to permanent infrastructureStep 2 – Preassembly Step 4 – Test• Deploy the rapid-deployment • Use cloud-hosted sandbox to Step 6 – Go live solution to SAP’s secure experience SAP solution with • Customer implements private cloud real data production environment• Load customer data Cloud logistics Your SAP account manager and solution engineer will support you at every step © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 19
  • An incremental approach to SAP software projectsDelivering the right adoption path for each client, supported by the full partnerservices value chain Cloud and hosting services Partner-led rapid-deployment offerings Customer value Customization and extension in the future Expansion into specific industry needs Partner value SAP HANA, mobile, and analytics: entry-point solutions for customers to adopt, deploy, and expand innovations SAP value easily SAP CRM Sybase Mobile SAP HANA On-premise or for use in sales Infrastructure CO-PA private cloud© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 20
  • Partners delivering the promise of rapid-deploymentsolutions to market• Nearly 200 SAP partners are providing qualified implementation services for rapid-deployment solutions• Over 60 qualified partner rapid-deployment offerings on SAP EcoHub ecohub.sap.com/store/rds/• Cloud partners provide rapid-deployment solutions under a flexible and seamless deployment model© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 21
  • Why have customers chosen SAP Rapid Deploymentsolutions? 15% 8 4 Reduction in Weeks Week project costs to going live implementation© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 22
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  • What analysts are saying:“SAP has rapid-deployment solutions for CRM, SCM, IT management, finance, andsustainability, with more on the way. These approaches to the application lifecycleare truly innovative at a time with total cost of ownership has never been morecritical to customers.”Josh Greenbaum, EAC, May 2011“Now when companies think about implementing an application, they really want toimplement an integrated solution.”Henry D. Morris, SVP of Worldwide Software and Services, IDC“Implementing ERP solutions has traditionally been time-consuming and costly…SAP Rapid Deployment solutions aim to tackle those problems at the source,promising firms speed and certainty in implementation time scales and costs, witha potentially dramatic effect on business agility…”Philip Carnelley, Research Director, PAC, March 2012© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 25
  • What’s next? ? Start Experience Contact the evaluation for it yourself at the SAP or one of our business relevance next SAPPHIRE NOW qualified solution on our Web site conference and meet partners for a demo our experts SAP.com/rds SAPPHIRENOW.com ecohub.sap.com/store/rds/© 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 26
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