Paul Cooper
Paul Cooper is chairman of the UK & Ireland SAP User Group
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NOTE AB chooses IFS Cloud
Weighing up when and how to move to the cloud
When moving to the cloud, some things you must consider are: time and resources, customized applications and code, implementation partners and more...
Ensuring a successful transition to SAP S/4HANA
2023 promises to be an important juncture on organizations’ SAP journey. It is up to the entire ecosystem to ensure the move to S/4 HANA is a successful one.
SAP project success
SAP certifications and beyond: gearing up for project success
SAP projects aren't a small undertaking. Paul Cooper discusses in-house skills and working with partners with the right level of expertise.
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Digital transformation in the public sector: optimizing SAP projects for lasting success
Paul Cooper discusses how migrating to S/4HANA, SAP’s next-gen cloud-based platform could result in big operational wins for public sector bodies.
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How ERP software can accelerate our journey to a more sustainable future
Paul Cooper, Chairman UK & Ireland SAP User Group (UKISUG) discusses how ERP software can accelerate our journey to a more sustainable future.
Optimising your SAP data strategy
Data remains one of a business’s most valuable assets, with organisations increasingly using insights derived from analytics to drive decisions and strategy. According to our latest survey of 116 SAP user organisations across the UK and Ireland, three quarters of...
What is the cost of change? Implications for your SAP roadmap
With the maintenance deadline for SAP ECC 6.0 fast approaching, organisations are deciding how they will use SAP going forward. For many, their ERP system is the heartbeat of the business, so they are currently evaluating the role it will play and what needs to change for it to be fit for purpose in today’s digital world.
UKISUG CONNECT 2021 – S/4HANA, RISE and customer relationships
Despite the travel disruption caused by Storm Arwen and the Omicron variant, it was fantastic to see so many people from across the SAP community come together at UKISUG CONNECT last week. It has been a long and challenging two years. But from listening to many of the customer sessions during the conference it’s clear that organisations haven’t stood still when it comes to their usage of SAP.