SAP on Cloud: Is it the Promised Land?

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A Lemongrass study on expectations versus reality

Though it may not seem like it, the migration of complex SAP workloads to the Cloud is really a relatively new phenomenon. As recently as just five years ago, migrating and operating critical systems such as SAP on Cloud seemed almost inconceivable.

While many CIOs felt comfortable running non-productive systems in the public Cloud, they didn’t see it as a viable option to run their critical business workloads on what was perceived at the time to be an immature, unstable and insecure platform.

In a recent report commissioned by Lemongrass, Norstat, Europe’s leading independent pollster, surveyed 100 senior SAP users at enterprises, both large and small, across EMEA. The respondents were split into two groups:

  • 50% are with enterprises who have yet to migrate SAP workloads to the Cloud
  • The other half are with enterprises that have completed their SAP migration to the Cloud

Download the report to get insights into why companies using SAP have migrated to the Cloud, what results they’re achieving and how enterprises are looking to maximize their investment in SAP applications and Cloud technologies to drive their business forward.