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Multinational Consumer Goods Company Reduces Maintenance Costs by More Than 75% with SAP-Certified Archival Solution

A globally recognized consumer goods company realized that if it could take the risk out of migrating to a new archival system, it could accrue hundreds of thousands of dollars per year in maintenance fee savings, while gaining functionality. In this white paper, learn how the company found an extremely low-risk solution and, following a remarkably smooth and successful migration, now archives financial information at a fraction of the cost associated with its legacy system. In fact, the first-year maintenance fee savings alone paid for the investment. Learn about the company’s experience, and how you can achieve:

  • Significant savings in maintenance costs
  • Full compliance documentation built into the process
  • Worry-free document and data migration
  • Simplified architecture and reduced TCO
  • 5-minute production cutover with no performance impact on your SAP system during migration
  • A migration process that is fully transparent to end users

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Jochen Hager

Jochen C. Hager is a results-oriented and proven professional over 20 years of consulting and management expertise in the SAP Eco space. He is an expert in translating business requirements into solution proposals, analyzing existing operations and implementing strategies, processes and technologies to improve organizational performance. He has extensive experience in SAP, ECM (Enterprise Content Management), and storage technology to help companies improve operating efficiency, reduce cost and increase revenue. He personally designed the SAP ArchiveLink interface together with SAP engineers almost 15 years ago. Over the last 10 years, he and his team have helped more than 200 large ERP / SAP customers to implement an Imaging and WF solution, gaining significant business process improvements. Jochen held positions in Consulting, Consulting Management, Business Development, and Executive Management with Open Text / IXOS, Mobius Management Systems, 170 Systems, and other organizations.

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