S/4HANA Migration

Seven Lessons Learned from SAP S/4HANA Migration in Public Sector

By Vikas Pathak Migrating to S/4HANA in Public Sector environment is a complex project with many variables. How should the project be structured to manage risk? What is the involvement of the super users (central and departmental) in the project? What is the technical migration path for each environment? Having migrated a few public sector…


Elevate the Human Experience with Phoenix’s Evolve Technologies: An SAP SuccessFactors Value Solution-in-a-Box

Please join us on Friday,  June 26th, 2020, at 10:00 AM PST for a 45-minute Executive Webinar entitled Elevate the Human Experience with Phoenix’s Evolve Technologies REGISTER HERE Modern problems require innovative solutions. In today’s extreme business climate, we need a Human Capital Management solution that can help  curb volatility and address the issues on…


How Cloud ERP can fuel growth

Do you think the next wave of business innovation will come from making your existing business processes faster?
I seriously doubt it. While I agree that it is important to make business processes efficient to spur innovation, speed alone cannot be the basis. A company’s ability to act quicker than the competition and respond to disruptive changes, be it COVID-19 or changing economic conditions, has a lot to do with it

Making a leap in crisis times

What’s driving innovation in small and mid-sized businesses today?
In my recent interaction with business owners of small and mid-sized businesses, one thing has come out quite clearly: They are resilient than ever and innovation is high on their minds.
When businesses talk about innovation, they predominantly mean upgrading their technical capability or adding technology into their existing business processes.

Five Quality Questions Every CEO Should Ask

“The quality of questions you ask determines the quality of your life.”
I read this out loud, as I casually browsed through Anthony Robbins’ all-time best seller ‘Awaken the Giant Within’, early Sunday morning. The quote hit me like a bolt.
Smelling the freshly brewed coffee in my hand, I began pondering over the phrase: quality of questions. It occurred to me that as most of our lives are driven on an auto-pilot mode, we seldom pause and reflect on the questions we ask ourselves.

3 things your business needs to survive in the new normal

Businesses are beginning to realign to the new world order.
The writing is on the wall, and it’s clear – only digitized businesses will sail through the winds of change.
As hard-hitting as it may sound, the fact is that a lot of the businesses that were not digital pre-Covid are now either on the brink of shutdown or have ceased operations entirely since the lockdown was announced
What will our world be like after Covid, and is my business prepared to handle it?