Two systems – one user interface. Purchasers and consumers or the department work with the same database – regardless of whether processes are started from the SAP Launchpad in SAP S/4HANA or ECC 6.0 or are operated via the FUTURA® Cloud. This means: tendering based on the most diverse sources of supply, such as purchase requisitions, material masters, contracts, etc., negotiating and ordering or creating contracts – everything is done from one place and from one interface without changing systems. In real time with the SAP system. And with a well-designed user experience via apps that is as simple as it is flexible.
FUTURA® Cloud closes the gap resulting from the heterogeneous purchasing processes with SAP Ariba and the restrictions of SAP's simplification strategy, especially in service procurement.
Large and medium-sized customers from the industrial, energy, infrastructure and real estate sectors
A go-live in just a few weeks? Rely on the support of FUTURA experts as well as a practically proven procedure model
Favorable licensing model
Transparent and economical: Licensing model according to users and number of transactions processed via FUTURA
Easy integration of suppliers
More than 60,000 suppliers with a focus on the German-speaking region (GSA) – easy connection via the FUTURA Supplier Portal
What changes in service procurement when moving to S/4HANA
How workarounds in the sourcing of complex services are finally a thing of the past
What advantages will arise from a consistent orientation towards SAP as the digital core
The new SAP S/4HANA strategy focuses on so-called simplified processes in purchasing – and thus presents purchasing organizations with the challenge of having to adapt their current processes accordingly.
FUTURA® is taking a different approach. Work with SAP ECC 6.0 (from EHP 8) or S/4HANA via a single sign-on and integrate your suppliers and service providers directly into your tendering and purchasing processes via FUTURA® Cloud – without restriction for complex services with multi-level item lists (GAEB-LVs) as well. And without having to fundamentally change current processes.