The implement of SAP software, such as SAP R/3 is almost always a massive operation that brings a lot of changes in the organization. The whole process can take up to several years. Virtually every person in the organization is involved, whether they are part of the SAP technical support organization (TSO) or the actual end-users of the SAP software.
Enabling easier adaptation to future business changes. But international SAP deployments via traditional, labor-intensive methods are a challenging path. In addition to aligning and harmonizing system processes and data across geographical boundaries, organizations must keep international legal and compliance considerations top of mind. Adding to this complexity, some local sites may choose to carve out their SAP instance from the central organization to better meet local market conditions and enable business process customization.