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SAP Integration Trends That Are Here To Stay In 2023

Published by Chris St Amand

On April 3, 2023
SAP Integration Trends for 2023 blog Banner - This blog post explores the trends in SAP integration that will shape businesses, the environment, and the product portfolio of SAP by 2023.

​The digital revolution has ushered in a new age of opportunity for businesses worldwide, but it also presents unique challenges. To stay competitive and remain agile in an ever-evolving world, companies must have the ability to keep up with the latest trends in SAP integration. This blog post will explore how developments like circular economy, sustainable power, adaptable supply networks, and risk and capital will shape the direction of SAP product portfolios by 2023. Read on to learn more about these trends and how they can help you stay ahead of the competition in a digital future.  

SAP integration is the process by which businesses link their SAP systems to other systems throughout their organization using an integration platform.

More than 400,000 businesses use SAP to manage 77% of worldwide transactions. SAP’s enterprise application software can be particularly useful when utilised for corporate resource planning, customer relationship management, or financial management.

However, SAP needs to be integrated and connected across your business in order to be used to its full potential. Data in SAP is connected to all the data in other systems that your company uses.

SAP Integration Trends For 2023 graphic showing all 6 trends the blog post will go over

Trends and Predictions in SAP Integration for 2023

The end of the year is a perfect time to think about our future. Various technological, societal, and business advancements will have an impact on businesses in a variety of areas.

Following are some SAP Integration trends and predictions that are here to stay for 2023:

Everything-as-a-Service

Producing and selling commodities has long been the most prevalent business strategy across various industries. Contrarily, until recently, only a small number of companies, such as the telephone industry, were capable of providing such services using a subscription model. Those times have now passed.

There are very few products or services that customers do not expect to get on a subscription basis, from sports equipment and streaming services in B2C to machines and software in B2B.

In other words, how goods and services are used, purchased, and paid for has changed, and there’s no doubt that this trend will continue to alter revenue streams, product development, and consumer interactions across industries.

 

New customer pathways

Industry distinctions and business strategies are mixing when it comes to the customer experience. Both consumers and corporate clients expect a unified brand experience across all brand engagements.

Additionally, customers want to be able to access individualized experiences anytime, anywhere. Sustainability is yet another impetus.

Customers’ expectations will only increase, therefore it’ll be interesting to see businesses provide an experience that extends beyond the purchase and entices clients to return.

 

The Future of Risk and Capital

The functioning of the global financial system depends heavily on banks and insurers, who are governed by both national and international laws. Pioneers in the fields of fintech and insurtech have recently changed the ways that capital is created and dispersed, risks are transferred, and payments are handled in our global economy.

Because banking and insurance products and services may now be completely digital, it is anticipated that this industry will continue to experience fast transformation.

 

Sustainable Power

Stopping climate change and its effects on the environment is one of the century’s greatest challenges, and the shift to a sustainable economy is one of the fundamental tasks of our time.

Emission-free electricity helps encourage sustainable development. Numerous possibilities exist today for an energy transition. Now, it’s crucial to apply concepts broadly because it’s anticipated that this will have an effect on every industry.

Redesigning the global energy system will need a tremendous amount of work from all governments, corporations, and people.

 

Circular economy

The circular economy is yet another essential component of sustainability. For far too long, the global economy has been linear and single-use: Businesses extract resources, produce commodities, and customers throw them away.

As a result, we are using more resources than the world can replenish and producing more waste than we can recycle. The transition to a circular economy improves the environment’s sustainability while also opening up new business opportunities.

The benefits of adopting circular business models will surely outweigh the current investments that businesses must make.

 

Adaptable Supply Networks

In the contemporary, internationally-interconnected economy, supply chain interruptions can have catastrophic consequences. This involves delays and shortages of supplies and goods, which leave store shelves empty and raise prices.

Transparency in the supply chain is necessary for businesses to develop resilience and wise planning. This necessitates open communication and information sharing between business partners across a digital network that is both accessible and secure.

To achieve this real-time transparency across the complex supply chains of today, a lot of work is required. But it’s the best method, if not the only one, for businesses to be able to react to and foresee supply and demand disruptions.

The Best Run SAP

 

 

SAP integration is a crucial part of staying ahead in the digital age and continuing to move forward. As businesses continue to adopt new technologies, they must ensure that their systems are integrated with each other to take advantage of all available solutions. While it can be overwhelming to keep up with the latest trends, understanding how developments like circular economy, adaptable supply networks, and risk and capital will shape SAP product portfolios is essential for staying competitive. By recognizing the importance of these trends now, you can prepare your business for success in 2023 and beyond.

Ready to stay ahead of the competition with SAP integration? Get in touch with us today and find out how our experts can help you unlock all the potential of your SAP systems. Discover what the future holds for you and your business!

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Published by Chris St Amand

On April 3, 2023

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