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Benefits of SAP Blueprinting in iServer
Produce accurate blueprints and align your SAP solutions to the business requirements using iServer
Create functional layouts and blueprints that align business processes and information systems using SAP Blueprint in iServer.
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Align SAP Solutions to Business Requirements
Without a central store for SAP business requirements, it is very difficult for users to realize the benefits of running SAP in the first place. iServer provides this central repository, enabling users to consistently model processes in the context of SAP against a common modeling language.
Produce Accurate Enriched Business Blueprints
iServer’s wide range of modeling and analysis tools enable the production of accurate, optimized Business Blueprints.
Reduce SAP Project Costs and Risks
SAP projects are notorious for being very expensive, and taking a long time. With iServer to manage your Business Blueprinting, project leads are able to ensure they are able to implement SAP within project budgets and timescale objectives.
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