On-Demand Webinar

Digital Integration - How to ensure successful S/4HANA Transformations and Migrations

May 11, 2021

Watch this 45-minute webinar showcasing how SAP Signavio and LeanIX help enterprises to successfully migrate to SAP S/4HANA.

Key takeaways:

  • Maximize impact and business value
  • Leverage the transparency of your IT and process landscape to plan budgets and ressources accordingly
  • Enable company wide collaboration and communication
  • Seeing is believing - Our live demo will highlight how the LeanIX and SAP Signavio integration enables a seamless S/4 migration and leads to continuous improvement

SAP S/4HANA Transformation on your roadmap?

Complexity, legacy systems, customizations, missing transparency can be obstacles in regards of ERP transformation and migration efforts that can be overcome. But how? By combining best-of-breed Process Management and Enterprise Architecture Management tools: SAP Signavio and LeanIX.

On May 11, Jan Thomas Seutter von Loetzen, IT Consultant at LeanIX, and Jean-Patrick Ascenci, Principal Solution Architect at Signavio, will showcase a live demo for you to learn how global enterprises nowadays and for the future ensure successful SAP Transformations and Migrations.

This is the first webinar of the series in which we will share best practices on S/4HANA Transformations. Stay tuned!



Jan Thomas Seutter von Loetzen



Jean-Patrick Ascenci

Principal Solution Architect


LeanIX's Continuous Transformation Platform® is trusted by Corporate IT and Product IT to achieve comprehensive visibility and superior governance. Global customers organize, plan and manage IT landscapes with LeanIX's automated and data-driven approach. Offering Enterprise Architecture, SaaS Management, and Value Stream Management, LeanIX helps organizations make sound decisions and accelerate transformation journeys.

LeanIX has over a thousand customers globally, including Adidas, Bosch, Dropbox, Santander and Workday. LeanIX is headquartered in Bonn, Germany, with additional offices in Germany and subsidiaries in Boston (USA), London (UK), Paris (France), Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Ljubljana (Slovenia).