Discuss these statements using case study examples (from literature searches) to demonstrate the benefits of SAP S/4 HANA Finance.

Discuss these statements using case study examples (from literature searches) to demonstrate the benefits of SAP S/4 HANA Finance.

enterprises are faced with the immediate need to embrace the digital age to match the new and evolving business models and offer decision makers with instant insight. 

 

SAP S/4 HANA Finance allows an enterprise to create a consolidated view of all operational and financial data to offer flexible and easy reporting along with automation of processes. It also offers real-time analytics, simulations and forecasting with a great user experience. Benefits of SAP S/4HANA include but is not limited to ‘single source of truth, faster forecasting and planning, ‘on the fly capacities’, new reporting and analytic support, global regulatory and compliance abilities across all languages, currencies and industries, faster month closing, integrated with Fiori etc.

 

Discuss these statements using case study examples (from literature searches) to demonstrate the benefits of SAP S/4 HANA Finance.

 

Your paper should include the following areas :

 

  • A brief historical overview of SAP S/4HANA Finance
  • The difference between SAP S/4HANA Finance and current SAP ERP FICO
  • What are the benefits of SAP S/4HANA Finance for businesses
  • Case Studies of companies and the issues they faced migrating to SAP S/4HANA Finance. (Minimum 2)

 

Your task is produce a 3000 – 4000 word research paper which discusses the issues relating to the above.  The paper should demonstrate a depth and breadth of reading and should be appropriately referenced.  The paper should be referenced using the Harvard referencing standards and formatted according to the approved style guide.

 

Your essay must include: (Do NOT use heading like Body in your report)

 

Cover Page:       Use the cover sheet provided. Include the Title, Assignment number, Student Name and Number and Unit.  This should be uploaded separately

 

Introduction:     Introduction to the topic, a statement of the purpose of the report and a brief description of the report’s structure.

 

Body:                Discuss, compare and/or contrast different perspectives and present arguments supporting the purpose of the report. Use relevant business case studies to illustrate key points. All points must be presented with Harvard citations and have a corresponding entry in your reference list.

 

Conclusion:       A summary of the points you have made in the body of the report. These should match your stated purpose.

 

Reference list:   A complete Harvard format reference list. Review the Library style guide for citation and reference list examples http://guides.library.vu.edu.au/harvard .

 

Presentation:     You should include a title page that has your name, the title of your report, your tutorial day and time and your tutor’s name on it. Every page should feature a footer that includes your name, student ID, and page number.

 

You should review: http://www.vu.edu.au/campuses-services/student-support/academic-support-development/academic-writing for some general help on academic writing, especially the sections on essays and referencing. Review the Library Harvard style guide for citation and reference list examples http://bit.ly/1jvBd0i. Please note that Academic Support and Development staff can assist with drafting reports. However, appointments are limited and you must book well in advance on 9919 4744..

 

 

Submission:

Your report must be submitted via the Assessment 4 drop box link on VU Collaborate (this links to Turnitin) in MS Word format. Name your assessment 4 file in the form s3999999Assn4.docx and where the 39999999 is replaced by your student number. You do not need to include an assessment declaration (because the assessment declaration it is a standard template it will boost your similarity results so don’t upload it). However, note that when you submit to Turnitin you are formally agreeing to the statements set out on the declaration relating to academic honesty. Your submission to Turnitin must include only a title page, your report, and the reference list. Your submission on Turnitin will be marked electronically, so ensure it is complete. Note that if your tutor asks you for a hard copy, you must submit the complete originality report version produced from Turnitin.

 

Notes on referencing, paraphrasing, Turnitin and similarity

You must include citations with matching references to demonstrate research relating to the discussion and analysis in the body of your report. You should aim to paraphrase sources where possible, writing the report in your own words and including citations and corresponding reference list entries to demonstrate research where appropriate. You should submit your report to Turnitin well in advance of the due date to ensure your similarity does not exceed twenty per cent (for a submission including your reference list). Note that:

  • Turnitin scores higher than 20% will be heavily penalised.

 

It is normal that your reference list is highlighted in Turnitin; this is acceptable and is factored into the 20% threshold. It is not acceptable for whole paragraphs to be highlighted. This usually indicates exact similarity with another source. If this happens you must revise your work and resubmit. Note that you can resubmit your report up until the submission deadline. Initial originality results are returned within minutes. Resubmission results can take up to twenty four hours to process. Therefore, ensure you submit early so you can avoid problems at the last minute.

 
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