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SAP R3 & SAP S/4 HANA

What are the most differences between SAP R3 and SAP HANA ?

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    Posted on Jul 02 at 02:22 PM

    Hello Bilal Razem

    First, let me say that your question is... well... not a very precise or elaborate one. Also you post two questions at the same time - the title asks about differences between R/3 and S/4HANA, whereas the body - about R/3 and SAP HANA. Those are two different questions.

    You need to understand that SAP HANA is generally speaking a database, whereas S/4HANA is an ERP system utilizing HANA database.

    So if you ask about differences between R/3 and HANA, you are comparing pears and apples. The answer could be - the difference is the same as between a car and an engine.

    Now seriously, S/4HANA is a next generation ERP system from SAP. It supersedes ERP ECC, which long time ago superseded R/3. R/3 is an old version of ERP system from SAP.

    To get general overview of what S/4HANA is, go to: https://www.sap.com/products/s4hana-erp.html

    Explore S/4HANA best practices at: https://rapid.sap.com/bp/#/browse/packageversions/BP_OP_ENTPR

    Then you can see a detailed list and explanations of the differences (simplification) between ERP and S/4HANA:

    Best regards

    Dominik Tylczynski

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  • Posted on Jul 02 at 02:13 PM

    Refer below link for further details.

    https://blogs.sap.com/2016/05/16/s4-hana-and-its-differences-with-ecc/

    Regards,

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