New data from Gartner suggests that SAP is continuing to struggle to get users from its legacy ERP platform ECC onto the latest version: S/4HANA, launched in 2015.
Despite seven years on the market, SAP S/4HANA has not been licensed by two-thirds (69 percent) of ERP Central Component (ECC) clients, according to data from calendar Q3.
“Currently, Gartner sees little evidence of the acceleration of migrations that would be needed to meet SAP’s 2027 target to terminate mainstream maintenance support for ECC. After 2027, SAP will still offer extended maintenance until the end of 2030, but with a 2 percent premium for software support fees,” the global research organization said.
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