SAP implementation

SAP Activate Methodology • Best Practices • Guided Configurations

Speed of cloud

Adopt differentiating technologies with fast innovation cycles.


Access business-driven, self-service tools that cut complexity.

Business impact

Deliver best-run operations with fit-to-standard leading practices and processes.


Deliver efficiency with end-to-end build guidance and transparency.

Gain the greatest value from SAP solutions

Deploy and sustain the tools your business needs to run its best with the core elements of SAP Activate.

Deliver ready-to-run, preconfigured processes

Clear path to adopt industry best practices

Leverage apps for easy adoption and extensibility

Our key differentiators


SAP Activate Methodology

Phase: Discover

Define the broad goals and context of the project and assess where your company is on its SAP journey and what you want the project to accomplish. This should be grounded in an overall framework of digital transformation, considering where your company wants to be in the next 5-10 years, not just 5-10 months.

Phase: Prepare

Provide the initial planning and preparation for the project. In this phase the project is started, plans are finalized, the project team is assigned, and work is underway to start the project optimally.

Phase: Explore

Perform a fit/gap analysis to validate the solution functionality included in the project scope and to confirm that the business requirements can be satisfied. Identified gaps and configuration values are added to the backlog for use in the next phase.

Phase: Realise

Use a series of iterations to incrementally build and test an integrated business and system environment that is based on the business scenarios and process requirements identified in the previous phase. During this phase, data is loaded, adoption activates occur, and operations are planned.

Phase: Deploy

Setup the production system, confirm customer organization readiness, and to switch business operations to the new system.

Phase: Run

Monitor the deployed solution including system interfaces, provide support to the business users, and resolve any issues (functional or non-functional) which are logged through the normal support channels. It also provides a period of overlap between the project team and the “Business-as-Usual” support team to facilitate support transition.