So, are these two irreconcilable, or can we find a way to deliver both? Must architectural robustness limit what service delivery teams can do? There are a lot of elements that can play a role in answering those questions. Some of the things to consider include: business-led IT, data governance, desired service delivery speed, legacy technology, and the choice between starting fresh or investing in redeveloping existing tools.

In this session, we had a look at these topics, and more: two organisations took us through their real-life user stories. First, we heard from Liantis about the challenges of developing an architecture that meets all of the requirements of a digital transformation. Then, Daikin shared their large-scale migration to SAP S/4HANA.

Presentations from the event are available for Beltug members (after login):

  • Liantis user story: Liantis architectural runway
  • Daikin user story: Daikin’s migration to SAP S/4HANA: Towards a comprehensive governance of data