IDC recently found that over two-thirds of SAP users are already planning their company’s future with SAP S/4HANA and Fiori 2.0. It’s no longer a question of if your SAP architecture will change; it’s a matter of when. As these SAP advancements are adopted, it’s proving increasingly difficult for testing to keep up. Testers face a number of challenges:
- Automated tests architected for previous generations of SAP platforms must be rebuilt.
- Existing testing processes don’t suit the new faster (and more fragmented) release cycles, with different components evolving at different speeds.
- Within the SAP ecosystem, testing must address new technologies such as SAP SuccessFactors, SAP Ariba, and SAP Hybris.
- Reinvented business processes commonly extend beyond the SAP ecosystem, including APIs, mobile, mainframes, and so on—but legacy testing approaches often do not.
Watch our webinar, Why modern SAP architectures require a new approach to SAP testing, to learn the fastest way to transition your existing quality strategies and assets to a modernized approach that’s architected for the latest generation of SAP advances.
James Senecal, Director, Solution Architect