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Global SAP implementations are challenging. Here's how to get it right.

Tue, Dec 15, 2015

Global SAP Implementation

For fashion brands, succeeding with a SAP roll-out globally is never easy. With on-going activities of meeting market needs in an industry where timing is everything, implementing a fashion specific global roll-out with SAP is a task that requires a well thought out methodology. But, when a company decides to go ahead with it, they are bound to turn the business around, grow revenue, tackle competition, expand market share and grow exponentially.

To face the music in a fiercely competitive global economy, SAP’s fashion solutions simplifies a vertical business and prepares a brand for growth, opens doors to explore new opportunities, complies with regional laws and creates a seamlessly networked system that meets the omnichannel requirement much needed today.

When a fashion brand decides to integrate their global operations onto a single, integrated platform via SAP, the company is challenged to face hurdles of change. Change in most cases comes along with switching over to SAP from multiple legacy systems that slows down the business - leading to enormous amounts of wasted hours of existing resources. But, this switch-over in the long-run is a good one. When SAP comes into the picture, it allows flexible adjustments and minimizes investment in redundant process development phases. The trick however is to identify a company’s need for visibility globally to stay ahead of the game.

SAP Global Roll-out methodologies when backed by industry best practices prior to the implementation, multiple delivery models and knowledge of local, statutory and legal requirements across different countries will provide a fashion brand the opportunity to prove their worth, because they are worth it.